: Best rubber floor mats that actually trap dirt & what not?



Brad1970
03-08-11, 04:35 PM
I see Weathertech has some you cut yourself... Any thing better around?

Doctechx
03-09-11, 10:44 AM
I started a thread about a month ago trying to garner support to persuade Weathertech to develop Digitalfit mats for the 03-07 Cadillac CTS(V) models. There wasn't any interest. I have looked for comparable mats such as the US Speed Catch-all mats, but those are not made for 03-07 CTS(V) models either. The Digitalfit mats are so much better IMO. Unfortunately no one makes them for our cars. I ended up getting the Weathertech all-weather mats. They are nice. I like the material, which is not as stiff and lays better than similar mats from other vendors. However, the front mats are kind of small. Not worth the $115 dollars you end up paying. I just wanted something to catch the dirty melting snow this winter. In retrospect, I would have just bought and cut the standard Weathertech mats that you can get at PEP Boys. Those are only about 50% of the "custom" all-weather mat price. Then you can put the $ you save toward some Loyd embroidered mats for the summer.

Brad1970
03-09-11, 10:49 AM
Well that sucks about the weathertech stuff... but if the Lloyd's work & will trap debris & water in the mat & not let it out into my carpet I'm down with that.

repenttokyo
03-09-11, 11:03 AM
I installed Lloyd Rubbertite mats in my car, perfect fit, liking them so far.

I posted a thread about this at the beginning of winter:

http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums/2004-2007-cadillac-cts-v-general/217056-what-winter-rubber-floor-mats-v.html

bhendricks
03-10-11, 08:48 AM
:yeah: I love the Lloyd's Rubbertite, they are a perfect fit.

50 4Ever
03-10-11, 01:54 PM
I use the Rubbertite in both the CTS-V and the Z06, no better winter mat IMHO....

Link to Rubbertite (http://matdepot.com/carmats/SelectCar_L.cfm?category=rubbertite)