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Old 02-12-2016, 05:41 AM
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Re: Cargo Liner?

Good info here, thanks all. I may go with Canvasback. The linked images show decent coverage.

Any other suggestions or recommendations?

Images: https://www.google.com/search?q=canv...w=1024&bih=672

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Old 02-12-2016, 05:47 AM
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Re: Cargo Liner?

I like Weather Tech because they'll contain liquid spills. Think of a gallon of milk all over. Soaking in on a hot, humid Summer day.

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Old 02-12-2016, 06:17 AM
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Re: Cargo Liner?

There is also this concept: K&H Quilted Cargo Cover. $50 at Bed, Bath and Beyond.

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That great price alone makes the concept worth trying.

An image search on 'dog cargo cover' shows similar takes:

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Re: Cargo Liner?

Mopar Cargo Liner has been great! keeps things from moving around freely.
as mentioned, its a little more time consuming to clean (deep ridges)

Jeep Grand Cherokee Cargo Liner - Mopar Part # 82212085 #82212085
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Mopar Cargo Liner has been great! keeps things from moving around freely.
as mentioned, its a little more time consuming to clean (deep ridges)

Jeep Grand Cherokee Cargo Liner - Mopar Part # 82212085 #82212085
I picked up one of these as well, currently it is just sitting under my Husky Liner. I figure in the summer I'll just leave the Mopar liner in, and have the Husky on top in the winter.

We throw a ton of wet ski/snowboard boots back there in the winter.
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Someone that just got a 2016 Summit said it came with a removable cargo mat. I would think that would be available from Mopar or a Jeeps part dealer either now or eventually. I don't know if it's just the Mopar cargo mat that's been out for sometime or something new and exclusive to the Summit.
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Re: Cargo Liner?

I've Mopar, its excellent & doing what is suppose to do

Others have the corner liner highers than mopar, really good for wet stuff I assume
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Re: Cargo Liner?

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I have the CanvasBack (awesome) in addition to the Jeep cargo mat. I like that with the Jeep mat, nothing slides around and it still does a decent job of containing liquids since it has so many grooves. I had WeatherTechs in my prior vehicles and while they worked to contain spills with their high lips, they were also too slick and cargo could move around. Then again, they're MUCH easier to clean than the Jeep mat.
This is the combo I will be going with. My Canvasback arrives tomorrow so hopefully it will be installed tomorrow as well. The MOPAR mats will be added next week. I have a new puppy and new all the protection possible.
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Re: Cargo Liner?

My combo is Mopar cargo liner, and husky x-act liners for the front and rear foot area
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Old 04-02-2016, 10:41 AM
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I recently chose to get the Jeep/Mopar rubber cargo mat and it's fine for my needs. Price was right, too. I have zero desire for things like the Weathertec elsewhere in the vehicle. Don't need them and don't want the "hard" surfaces, either. But that's just me and my own personal needs.
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I recently chose to get the Jeep/Mopar rubber cargo mat and it's fine for my needs. Price was right, too. I have zero desire for things like the Weathertec elsewhere in the vehicle. Don't need them and don't want the "hard" surfaces, either. But that's just me and my own personal needs.


I can agree with that. I like the rubber MOPAR ones better than a plastic liner. I live in Texas and slush and mud are not usually the problem for us. And the price is much better for MOPAR.
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My combo is Mopar cargo liner, and husky x-act liners for the front and rear foot area
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