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    WeatherTech Floor Liners. Do the ones for the 2021 for 2022 and 2023

    WeatherTech makes some very nice floor liners for all different cars.
    The newest year they have listed for the Mirage is 2021

    https://www.weathertech.ca/en/mitsub...er-digitalfit/

    Does anybody have any idea if these will fit either the 2022 or 2023 Mirage?

    Does anybody have any better/ alternative solutions?



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    Quote Originally Posted by cleadus_fetus View Post
    WeatherTech makes some very nice floor liners for all different cars.
    The newest year they have listed for the Mirage is 2021

    https://www.weathertech.ca/en/mitsub...er-digitalfit/

    Does anybody have any idea if these will fit either the 2022 or 2023 Mirage?

    Does anybody have any better/ alternative solutions?
    If you get them IMO don't use their approach to screw them to the floor. Instead, use some silicone seal do close the 2 holes at the end of each front mat. If you don't the salted slop that builds up runs out of those holes into the carpet. Plus the mats are much easier to remove to dump without the anchors.
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    Iíll try to remember to take a close look at one tomorrow. Iím pretty sure theyíll fit though.
    I have some weathertech mats in my mirage. They donít screw to the floor. They use the little locating studs to hold in place. Iíve never had enough slop in my car to worry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fummins View Post
    I’ll try to remember to take a close look at one tomorrow. I’m pretty sure they’ll fit though.
    I have some weathertech mats in my mirage. They don’t screw to the floor. They use the little locating studs to hold in place. I’ve never had enough slop in my car to worry.
    I know the driver side uses the existing lugs to attach but did your WT not come with screw in lugs for the passenger side? Are there even holes in your passenger side mat?

    And oddly enough, even in urban Niagara Falls there's sometimes so much slop I have a small lake on the go in my driver side WT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cleadus_fetus View Post
    WeatherTech makes some very nice floor liners for all different cars.
    The newest year they have listed for the Mirage is 2021

    https://www.weathertech.ca/en/mitsub...er-digitalfit/

    Does anybody have any idea if these will fit either the 2022 or 2023 Mirage?

    Does anybody have any better/ alternative solutions?
    I can't imagine anything would be different from a 2021-23 Mirage. My guess is the Mirage 2014-23 would even be the same. They aren't cheap with shipping, however. So I would contact them & make sure.

    Not finding a product for your vehicle?

    Phone: (800) 441-6287 or (630) 769-1500
    Email: sales@weathertech.com

    If I compare a 2017 Mirage to a 2021 Mirage, the same part # comes up for the floor liners.
    Last edited by Mark; 01-31-2023 at 01:28 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark View Post
    I can't imagine anything would be different from a 2021-23 Mirage. My guess is the Mirage 2014-23 would even be the same. They aren't cheap with shipping, however. So I would contact them & make sure.

    Not finding a product for your vehicle?

    Phone: (800) 441-6287 or (630) 769-1500
    Email: sales@weathertech.com

    If I compare a 2017 Mirage to a 2021 Mirage, the same part # comes up for the floor liners.
    I reached out to them and they basically said they haven't checked yet and can't say when they will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cleadus_fetus View Post
    I reached out to them and they basically said they haven't checked yet and can't say when they will.
    If the 2014 Mirage, updated 2017 Mirage, & 2nd updated 2021 Mirage all list the same part number, what makes you or anyone else think there is something special about a 2022 or 2023 Mirage?

    They are floor mats. They obviously haven't changed them since 2014, and I see no reason why they should? That's my take on the subject at least.

    I love my front WeatherTech floor mats. First time I ever owned them, and all my future vehicles will have them, too.

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    I love mine as well and twice when I dropped in to the WT sales place they had none for my Saturn fronts. They had rears.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wallythacker View Post
    If you get them IMO don't use their approach to screw them to the floor. Instead, use some silicone seal do close the 2 holes at the end of each front mat. If you don't the salted slop that builds up runs out of those holes into the carpet. Plus the mats are much easier to remove to dump without the anchors.
    Agreed. Don't us the supplied cleats. Early versions of these mats don't even have cleats/holes for the front passenger floor. Be warned that these cleats were added to prevent the AC condenser drain tube from being accidentally disconnected from under the dash if these mats shift too much, so be sure you have it secured it with a zip tie to prevent this. Otherwise, you might end up with wet floorboards on a hot day.

    No reason they shouldn't fit, Weathertech just hasn't updated their fitment guide.

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    Looks like Weathertech updated their fitments:

    https://www.weathertech.com/mitsubis...mId=2167523096


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