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Winter floor mats

Hey guys/gals,
Looking into getting some winter floor mats. What are you guys using? I've seen the weather tech mats, but not 100% in love with them as I don't like the raised sides on them (not a clean look to me). What other options are out there? I'd like something for front, back and rear cargo area. Thanks


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Re: Winter floor mats

I have the WeatherTech FloorLiners and could not be happier. Having had multiple spills that would have ruined the carpet otherwise, the raised edges serve their purpose well and completely contained the messes. Can't go wrong with these for the front, back, and cargo area! Good luck with your choice.
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Old 10-17-2016, 10:49 PM
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Re: Winter floor mats

I use the OEM rubber ones in the front and Weathertech in the rear + cargo.
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Old 10-17-2016, 11:12 PM
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Re: Winter floor mats

I run husky liners front+rear and cargo. Its similar to weather tech concept wise.


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Re: Winter floor mats

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I run husky liners front+rear and cargo. Its similar to weather tech concept wise.


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I've had several sets of weather tech but am thinking about the Huskys for my new JGC. Aren't they a little more flexible? Anybody with experience with both have any input on the differences?

Also, do the factory slush matts contain spills?
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Re: Winter floor mats

Check Amazon Some good ones on there and good reviews!
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Re: Winter floor mats

I was looking into the mopar slush mats but reviews say the rear doesn't fit very well. Can anyone confirm that?


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Re: Winter floor mats

I just put a set of these mopar ones in my 2014, seemed to fit fine.
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Re: Winter floor mats

I ended up getting the Husky X-Act floor mats for the front and back and then the mopar one for the trunk. I did A LOT of research beforehand comparing all the different brands. Everyone seems to love the mopar trunk one and it does fit very well. It looks good too if you want that.


If you don't want the higher sides, get the mopar slush mats. The only complaint I found about the back is that the foot areas that go underneath the front seats are pretty small and not the best coverage.
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Re: Winter floor mats

I've had mopar mats and use husky liners now.

If you have harsh winters where you are, I would not recommend the mopar mats, as previously mentioned they don't offer protection on the sides and dirty water from the melted snow will eventually flow over.

The huskyliners offer similar coverage to weather tech. the difference I noticed is the huskyliners are softer and more flexible. They will both do the trick but looking back now, After seeing the weathertech mats for my mothers vehicle. I wish I spent the extra coin for weathertechs as I deem them to be higher quality.




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Re: Winter floor mats

I put Weathertech digital fit mats in any vehicle I own.
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Re: Winter floor mats

The thing I have noticed with weathertech VS Husky is the Husky has higher dead pedal coverage.
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