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Didn't see these posted on here yet......


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#21 OFFLINE   HybridDragon

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Posted 05 September 2014 - 05:38 PM

So, It was down to the Husky WeatherBeaters or these.  I read quite a few reviews on these Maxpider style mats and they seem overall really positive.  I'll post up some actual pictures and a review once I get them.  I'll attach a picture below because I didn't see them posted here yet.

 

Thanks for this post.

 

I just received (Sep 2) MY 2015 FFH Titanium and had preordered these exact mats (front and rear) based on the info posted here and the pics. Installed them the day I brought the car home and very pleased with the fit and appearance.

 

I will wait and see how they handle a winter up here. But I don't anticipate a problem. The 'button holes" for securing on the driver side have a slight rise to them, so it appears it will take a fair bit of melt water to cause any leakage.









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#22 OFFLINE   lsherlockl

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Posted 09 January 2015 - 09:24 AM

don't mean to bring up an old topic but anyone have any winter experience with these? been debating these or husky liners (similar price), the stock ones just are not cutting it.

 

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#23 OFFLINE   tr7driver

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Posted 09 January 2015 - 11:55 AM

I have the Husky liners and they do a great job.



#24 OFFLINE   Texasota

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Posted 09 January 2015 - 12:12 PM

I have the Husky liners and they do a great job.

Same here. Very happy with them.



#25 OFFLINE   thavil

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Posted 09 January 2015 - 01:09 PM

Husky liners for me also. Great coverage.


Mods/accessories:
Tint 35%
LED license plate and trunk lights
Husky WeatherBeaters floor mats
Covercraft sun screen
Proclip cell phone holder
Stubby antenna (4")
LED puddle lamps (DaytimeBrightLites)
AVS in-channel window vents
Mud flaps (OEM) front/rear
(Shhh, the wife only knows about half of them!)


#26 OFFLINE   JEVERHARD

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Posted 28 January 2015 - 10:54 AM

I too just received the Maxspider floor mats and they are great. Will post pics later. Found them on Amazon.



#27 OFFLINE   BiXLL

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Posted 28 June 2015 - 08:53 AM

These look really good!  I tried to get some on line but I keep seeing "Non Hybrid " model in description?  Would that mean the rear mat may not fit?



#28 OFFLINE   TonyHzNV

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Posted 28 June 2015 - 11:15 AM

These look really good!  I tried to get some on line but I keep seeing "Non Hybrid " model in description?  Would that mean the rear mat may not fit?


I bought my (Maxpider) mats on Amazon. I have a '14 FFH SE. I did not see any "non hybrid" notes in the description. They fit perfectly front & rear. Note that the driver's side is NOT waterproof due to the holes to accommodate the carpet pegs on the the floor. Love the way they fit and look. Get compliments on them all the time. A little pricey but worth IT IMO.

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#29 OFFLINE   BiXLL

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Posted 28 June 2015 - 11:25 AM

Tony, did you get the carpet version or the carbon fibewr look?  Also if they are not waterproof, would you say they would still be a suitable winter mat so far as protection?



#30 OFFLINE   securityguy

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Posted 28 June 2015 - 01:57 PM

I have had Weathertech DigitalFit mats in all of my cars for years.  Great quality and fit is excellent.  When I bought my Daughter's Fusion a few weeks ago I heard the Husky liners were good and thought I'd give them a try (not that I don't love my daughter).  The Weathertech's were $179 plus shipping for front and rear.  You can get the Husky's for $100 - $139 with free shipping.  I was very disappointed in the Husky's. The material is lighter in weight and far more flexible.  They also do not cover as well.  The WT mats are made of a far stronger material and look to be of a much higher quality.  I have zero experience with the Max mats but I can say with confidence and numerous years of experience that the WT mats are worth the extra money and are second to none IMPO.  Lesson learned.


Edited by securityguy, 28 June 2015 - 09:19 PM.


#31 OFFLINE   TonyHzNV

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Posted 28 June 2015 - 02:30 PM

Tony, did you get the carpet version or the carbon fibewr look?  Also if they are not waterproof, would you say they would still be a suitable winter mat so far as protection?

I got the Kagu rubber ones. They do have a carbon fiber like look to them. I live in Vegas, so a VERY dry climate. I don't worry much about rain & snow, but more about protecting the original carpet. If you're dealing with heavy rain or other types of precipitation, you'd probably be better off with the WeatherTechs. No chance of leaking onto the original carpet. BTW, WT also makes an excellent trunk/cargo area mat (that many of us have) that fits perfectly and looks great. About $100 with shipping from http://www.weatherte...-engine/hybrid/
Congrats on your new ride!

Edited by TonyHzNV, 28 June 2015 - 02:33 PM.

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#32 OFFLINE   BiXLL

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Posted 28 June 2015 - 07:51 PM

I really like these, but do to the fact I am a boater in the summer and have Pittsburgh winters to deal with I ended up going with the Husky liners.  $124. with free shipping through amazon.



#33 OFFLINE   FernMTL

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Posted 29 June 2015 - 10:19 AM

The weathertech have a weak point. They leak front the clipping buttons on the driver side. As soon as there water on the liner, it gets under it and soaks the carpet. Had to fix it with epoxy and silicone. A little dissapointing for a 200$+ carpet. Otherwise, they shape the car perfectly.



#34 OFFLINE   securityguy

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Posted 29 June 2015 - 09:02 PM

Are you floating a boat on your liners?  Takes a lot of water to get into those holes as they have a raised section around them for that specific purpose.  maybe it's all that Canadian snow :)



#35 OFFLINE   FernMTL

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Posted 30 June 2015 - 11:39 AM

A little water. When you take a turn, the water goes around. But yeah, it snows a lot around here!! :)






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