Reviewed By Bob O (ASHLAND, NE) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford Econoline —3/28/2015 7:51 AM
Fitted liner and mat that fits well and protects the floor. Good cut, durable, looks great. Have used these before and never unhappy.
Reviewed By Ronald G (DENVER, NC) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Transit Connect —3/25/2015 8:36 PM
The OEM cargo mat in my van was torn in areas by the vehicle's previous owner and needed replacement. I originally installed a VanTred mat from same mfr but found the surface slick, causing my storage crates to slide around. The VanRug provides more grip to the cargo. It's easy on the knees unlike the OEM mat. My only complaint: it was folded in shipping box (rather than rolled) and there are large creases still present. Besides that though it is highly recommended.
Reviewed By Chris H (San Marcos, CA) Reviewed for a 2006 Jeep Wrangler —12/1/2014 7:43 AM
The BedTred was fairly easy to install with some trimming to fit my equipment and various corners. Noticed a reduction in sound and heat from floor boards. I might install more heat shield in the future though.
When you want to keep your interior protected against whatever comes their way, BedRug and Kurgo both craft cargo liners that are up for the challenge. But, before you can choose between these popular brands, you may want to do some comparison shopping. Lucky for you, we have all the information you need to make an informed buying decision.
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