BedRug VanTred Cargo Liner Customer Reviews
34 Customer Reviews
If the back of your van sounds like a war zone, chances are it’s on its way to looking like one. Save your van while keeping cargo secure when you install the BedRug VanTred Cargo Liner.
The VanTred fits your specific year, make and model thanks to its custom-cut design. Boasting a durable, anti-skid rubber surface, the van liner withstands gas, oil, bleach, battery acid and more. Best of all, your cargo van liner is 100% waterproof, so it’s easy to clean with the hose—get it dirty, wash it off, let it dry, lay it back in, and you’re good to go.
The van cargo liner features a ribbed foam backing that fits the contours of your van’s floor—ensuring smooth looks and added cushion. Plus, the foam makes your VanTred a noise and heat insulator. What’s more, the BedRug VanTred Cargo Liner carries a Lifetime Warranty.
Our 10+ BedRug VanTred Cargo Liner customer reviews have an average rating of 4.50 out of 5 stars. To see specific reviews about your vehicle, please select your year, make and model from the drop down above.
34 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Daniel D (TAUNTON, MA) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford Econoline — Feb 28, 2014 5:06 AM
Product fit fine and goes in easy. You'll need to make a slice or two for it to fit over the jack hold down. The plastic ford screws at step trim are difficult not to strip. It will slide under rear door trim without loosening screws.
Reviewed by Adam G (BRIDGEWATER, MA) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford Econoline — Jan 23, 2014 8:03 AM
My first van came with a stock rubber mat. You can feel all of the lumpiness of the floor through it. The bed rug conforms to those grooves and has more padding. I looked into getting an OEM cargo mat. It was over $400, very happy with my choice.
Reviewed by Robert L (RIVERVIEW, FL) — Oct 27, 2013 11:13 AM
The Liner fits well, looks good and does a fair job of making the floor flat for my wife's power chair. You can still feel the ribs but she is able to navigate her chair on the surface. The surface is a bit rough on the knees but works. It was easy to mark the holes for the lift, the rear couchbed, seatbelts and anchors as I used the original holes in the floor to insert a hot soldering iron thru the liner from the bottom and then drilled the liner. Wish you had one for the front seat area.
Reviewed by Benjamin A (Camden Wyoming, DE) Reviewed for a 2003 Chevy Express — Sep 14, 2013 2:42 PM
I searched for a liner that will fit my van for months, I was unable to get the right one. I visted the local Chevy dealer, they could not help. I called Auto anything, it took them a couple of minutes to get me the perfect match.