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Husky Liners WeatherBeater Cargo Liners Part #44041 Customer Reviews
3 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Robert F (SPOTSYLVANIA, VA) Reviewed for a 2017 Toyota Sienna — Sep 12, 2017 3:58 PM
I'm a Husky liner fan and have them in my truck and car. When I got my van, it was a no brainer. This review is primarily for the cargo area liner. It fits perfectly and looks great in the van. You can't fold the third row seat down without moving the mat, and they include instructions on how to cut the mat to resolve that issue, but I like the full coverage and won't be doing that. Highly recommend Husky Mats!
Reviewed by Kazumichi S (CUPERTINO, CA) Reviewed for a 2017 Toyota Sienna — Nov 30, 2016 1:31 AM
Too bad it comes a bit folded and not completely rolled up. There was one section where it was folded that I had to warm up and get the liner back to the correct molded shape. Took about 5 minutes to do that. The other section was ok. Should be about half the price for just a cargo liner. Material is not rubbery and has a plastic feel. Have not cut out mine yet for my 2017 Sienna Limited Premium AWD(manual 3rd row seat) as I may want to use it as is to protect the plastic of the 3rd row seat.
Reviewed by Rossel R (Fremont, CA) Reviewed for a 2016 Toyota Sienna — Jun 05, 2016 10:09 AM
Very easy to install. Fits in the cargo area like a glove. Optionally you to cut areas of it to have the ability to fold the seats down. I have not done that, but it looks to be an easy thing to do. Overall the product is nice to have to protect your cargo area.
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