BedRug VanTred Cargo Liner Customer Reviews
23 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.
23 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by George R (Portland, OR) Reviewed for a 2012 Nissan NV — Dec 20, 2012 8:17 AM
I was expecting something heavier, but this seems to be a tough lightweight liner. This is being used in a new plumbing/drain cleaning van. It is brand new so I can't report on durability.
Reviewed by Julian S (BOULDER CITY, NV) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford Econoline — Nov 29, 2012 1:57 PM
I believe the title says it all. I am very pleased with the liner it seems tough enough to withstand the use that I will give it, and was pretty simple to instal once I figured out how to unlatch the plastic locks that Ford uses to secure the plastic on the side and rear doors (you need to carefully pry the plastic Philips screw out an half inch or so then carefully pry the lock straight out). I damage only one lock, but brief instructions would have been appreciated!
Reviewed by Veronica R M (Floresville, TX) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford Econoline — Oct 31, 2012 2:14 PM
My husband installed this liner; it was more time consuming than he anticipated, mostly cutting it exactly with holes for the bench seats. But I think it will work well for us, with a large family, carpet is just very impractical...as a matter of fact, the kids helped, and they found maggots alive under the carpet...ugh!! So, we are happy with the liner so far, just recently installed. the delivery was VERY fast, thank you.
Reviewed by Thomas M (DE PERE, WI) Reviewed for a 1999 Chevy Express — Sep 05, 2012 6:44 PM
The mats cut outs and ribbing fit perfectly, I will have to make a trim cut on the left side (standing outside the van) of the side door opening where it meets the side of the van. I wish the top layer was thicker and wonder how it will hold up in time (HVAC contractor) and believe I will have to use some kind of "mat protector" on certain occations to prevent tearing.
Reviewed by Nicholas M (Westlake, OH) — Aug 30, 2012 9:57 PM
Overall the concept is good. The "fit" is another thing. When you must remove screws and rivet plugs, then add 1/8" more rigid material to be placed on top of the existing factory material, it is too thick to properly fit. I had to trim each screw hole location to properly make the screws fit. Ultimately, I will be going to my local hardware for longer screws and a thread size larger to secure properly. It is a good concept - I'm okay with it, but it lacks ease of install.
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Asked by Anonymous
Jul 25, 2012 10:57 PM
2011 Ford Transit Connect
It says I should leave the molded factory mat, and install the bedrug over it. I'm planning to do the install soon. Can I just remove the molded factory mat? That thing is worn out and torn up, and I'd rather toss it and start new. I'm asking this as it looks as though there are explicit instructions not to remove the molded factory mat. Please let me know if the VanTred would work with the metal surface without the molded factory mat.
Asked by Tommy J
Feb 26, 2012 1:46 PM
2006 Ford Econoline
How can you tell if an e350 is standard length or extended?
Asked by Jeff S.
Dec 22, 2011 8:32 AM
1998 Ford Econoline
What is this cargo liner made out of?
Answered by Michael K. — Dec 22, 2011 3:54 PM
Hey Jeff, it is crafted from a TPO composite material, with a textured anti-skid surface on top and a 1/2" foam backing.flag Accept Answer