2009-2013 Cadillac CTS-V Appearance Mods Discussion, Interior floor protection in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2013; I've been looking for these Car mats I saw a while ago in a magazine and I can't remember the ...
I've been looking for these Car mats I saw a while ago in a magazine and I can't remember the name. They actually go up the sides of the floor , almost like a pan you put your feet into for bad weather circumstances. Any ideas or opinions on good-quality floor mats I'd appreciate it. I also may be needing a good all season type cover for my V . I am building another stall for my garage, but may not be finished before this winter. When I had my Magnum I purchased a cover that was made with Kimberly-Clark material from Carcraft it was a piece of crap. I think it did more damage than actually protecting the surface. So I'm a little leery of a cover.
As mentioned above I believe it's the weathertech stuff. They advertise in a lot of popular car magazines.
They have some good products, I think it's just a little to rugged for a luxury car. The factory snow rubber
mats would be a better choice.
You probably are referring to the weather tech " digital fit " mats. I have these in bothy my cars and love them . They fit perfectly! I have had them for about a year and still look new . The quality is great. The only negative I have is the rear set seems a little thinner material wise but still do an excellent job .
Thanks for all your replies yes it is the weather tech I was looking at. The factory mats I really did not care for and I understand what you mean about the ruggedness but we have really bad winters where I live and there is salt everywhere you go. I have another vehicle that's four-wheel-drive I hope to keep the V in the garage as much as possible during bad weather however sometimes it's just not possible.