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    Quote Originally Posted by Wallythacker View Post
    For the full retail price of $300, they are really lacking.
    Was that price for the set of front seat mats, rear seat mat & cargo area mat?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wallythacker View Post
    ...the flat area where the left foot rests is not tall enough.
    ...I needed to find some plastic, bend it to fit and mount it over the mat so any slop drains down into the mat.
    Very common complaint. I recall this guy improvising a little to extend his coverage.

    For the full retail price of $300...
    Hmmm...I just priced these on their US and Canadian websites. A front/rear set is $179 in the US...but the same thing is $269 in Canada?!?

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    Yep. Prices here can be bizarre. Especially when the item is made in Canada. (or invented in Canada).

    I actually used a plastic cutting board from the dollar store to extend my false pedal protection. Lol.

    I do remember what it was like with generic Michelin mats in my '14. Salt was everywhere. It got under the mats and was all over my carpets. Not saturated mind you, but enough for me to be upset at the situation on a 3 month old car.


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