09-08-12, 11:38 PM
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.
Take a look at weathertech.
09-10-12, 03:04 AM
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 .
09-11-12, 12:39 AM
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.
09-11-12, 09:57 PM
Have weather tech 2 seasons now and good protection up here in great white north
10-14-12, 01:31 AM
I have them also. They are the best in my opinion. The back ones aren't as good as front as they don't go over the hump. The edges also curled down in the rear. The trunk liner is very nice.
I use the Lloyd's over them in the front, no problem.