Cadillac SRX Second Generation Forum - 2010+ Discussion, Floor mats in Cadillac SRX Forums; Any recommendations on all weather floor mats? I am considering a set of weather tech ( non digital fit). Normally, ...
Any recommendations on all weather floor mats? I am considering a set of weather tech ( non digital fit). Normally, I wouldn't care, but the standard mats are pretty crappy in my opinion. Too little coverage and slits.
... The Weather-Tech Digital Fit liners are the absolute best, however, at $180 complete, I question the value of purchase. They aren't yet available for the 2013 SRX.
The 2010-12 Weather Tech floor mats should fit the 2013 for there wasn't any changes made to the 13 MY that would cause them not to fit. If you have light color floor carpeting the Weather-Tech Digital will completely eliminate any soiling of your light color carpets. I have the original OEM accessory Cadillac rubber mats and they are not full coverage. However, since I have ebony/ black carpets the grease, dirt and salt will not show up nearly as much as they will on light colored carpeting.
I got a set of non-digital weather floor mats from WT and they are terrible. They do not have a hold down, the two holes shown in their ads do not work on our cone shaped posts, they do not have the little spikes on the bottom like some of their rivals do so the mat will move abound and they did not build a bulge into their mats where our floor has a bump in it under your left foot when driving. Get the digital mats and you will be happier if you need the protection.
Does anyone have a photo that would show how well the WT Digital drivers floor mat fits? The photo of the SRX digital floor mat on the Weather-Tech website doesn't show an actual SRX floor image. I would guess that the door edge part of the floor mat does not cover the lighted Cadillac script logo on the door sill correct?
I finally received the WT digital floor mats. (website has been updated to allow 2013 as option regardless of them being the same as 2010-). I found they were rather squeaky while I was wearing rubber soled boots. Hopefully, that reduces with wear. Also, putting them into the driver side I had to pretty much slam my fist down to get the one of the nubs to lock into place. I'm hoping I don't break one of them off when removing. After taking out the OEM mats I really got a good feel for how crappy they really are.
Sorry how crappy those images look. Sometimes my iphone is great and sometimes it isnt.
Have owned these in previous vehicles so I knew what to expect.
The only downside is that the front passenger weatherliner does not have a locking module on it, or, it didn't line up with the locking nub at all.
This is my first set. I wasn't real happy about dropping 179+shipping on upgraded floor mats, but it's still better than the alternative. Snow, salt, dirt, etc all over the place during winter. I do think that the factory OEM floormats I had on my 04 mazda 6 were FAR superior to the OEM in the caddy. Oh well, I guess you can't have it all...