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    All-Weather Rubber Mats

    Anyone purchase any for the Mirage? I'm looking for ones that fit well (top requirement) at a reasonable cost. Any ideas?



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    All my cars came with carpeted floor mats, which are nice, have the model name, etc.

    For winter, I've always picked up a pair of all weather (rubber) mats from Sam's Club. $20 for the set of 4 mats and they have fit every car I've owned.

    Their mats have a raised edge around them that does a good job of retaining whatever you drag into the car. Easy job to pick the mat up and dump it and nothing falls out during the process.

    For the price, I haven't found anything better.

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    Thanks for the suggestion aydu!

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    I ended up purchasing a custom set from WeatherTech and it has an (almost) perfect fit, front and back!

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    Nice product. Expensive, but nice.

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    Has anyone found any other fitted rubber mats? I usually buy the regular Weathertech floor mats, but they only seem to have the pricier Digitalfit liner ones at the moment.

    Costco has some universal-fit Michelin ones but I would prefer to have something that covers the dead pedal area since the "carpet" is so thin.

    They do provide a lot of coverage, might just spring for these:


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    Quote Originally Posted by aydu View Post
    For winter, I've always picked up a pair of all weather (rubber) mats from Sam's Club. $20 for the set of 4 mats and they have fit every car I've owned.
    This is what I have. Makes vacuuming the floor easy as one just has to vacuum the sides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookiemonster View Post
    I ended up purchasing a custom set from WeatherTech and it has an (almost) perfect fit, front and back!
    How much did they cost? I have been looking at Weathertech for floor mats for quit a while but never knew what they run.
    Certified holder of useless car knowledge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 91cavgt View Post
    How much did they cost? I have been looking at Weathertech for floor mats for quit a while but never knew what they run.
    http://www.weathertech.com/mitsubish...er-digitalfit/
    $110 for front, $70 for rear

    I usually buy their mats which are $100 for all four. The big benefit over the universal ones from Costco/Sears/etc. is that they cover the dead pedal area and are contoured around the fuel release and etc. We had these in our Yaris and they were great: http://www.weathertech.com/toyota/20...s-all-weather/




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