Reviewed By Andrew D (WHITE PLAINS, MD) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Sienna —5/2/2016 7:14 PM
These look great and should come from the factory with these! A little pricey but worth every penny to help protect the carpet in your car
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The most common aftermarket auto accessories on the market—hands down—are floor mats and liners. Floor mats in their simplest form protect your carpets from mud & crud, and they’re the easiest of all accessories to install. But, for those looking beyond simple protection, you may wonder which are the best floor mats & liners.
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