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Husky Liners WeatherBeater Floor Liners Part #19842 Customer Reviews
25 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Glen S (Los angeles, CA) Reviewed for a 2018 Toyota Sienna — Jan 22, 2018 8:22 PM
Got a 2018 Toyota sienna (8 seater). I got OEM Toyota weather liners added but they aren't that great as they don't provide much coverage. The husky 1st row liners are awesome, they go deep. The second row liners have to be trimmed and provide great coverage. I had to return 3rd row because it was big and unfortunately covers the 2nd row track to move the seat. I was able to exchange this for a husky cargo liner and it worked out well. The cargo liner had markings to cut if you want to stow sea
Reviewed by Nicolette K (Colorado Springs, CO) Reviewed for a 2016 Toyota Sienna — Jul 22, 2016 5:26 AM
the front row liners fit the van ok in the front and protect most of the floor space- however they are slippery when wet - the second row is awkward. The mat covers the seat tracks and you have to have the second row seats almost all the way in the front so the floor liner covers the entire space between the seats - otherwise the liner will slide around and leave the area around the seats not covered. There is also a gap around front console - disappointing considering the price!
Reviewed by Larry M (Vinton, VA) Reviewed for a 2016 Toyota Sienna — Mar 26, 2016 9:19 PM
Used in 2016 Toyota Sienna Van. Front row mats fit perfect, Second row mats fit perfect. The third row mats does not allow the second row seat to be moved back to allow more leg room for the second row passengers Also the cargo area mat fit perfect but will not allow the third row seat to laid down without trimming the cargo area liner. I do wish the third row mat was designed to allow second row seats to move all the way back. I plan to cut the third row mat to allow more movement.
Reviewed by Santad K (Fremont, CA) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota Sienna — Nov 30, 2014 10:24 AM
Easy to install and it fits perfectly. Now we no longer need to worry about spills and dirty marks. The product comes with a life-time warranty. I wonder how would that work with a normal wear and tear use since over time I tend to create a hole on the floor mat with my right heel stepping on pedals.
Reviewed by Joe R (Minneapolis, MN) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Sienna — Jan 14, 2014 8:11 PM
these mats didn't lay flat in our van. The rubber/plastic is far more ridid than the weathertech stuff or the other brands that are more rubbery (term?) We returned them and got the Weathertech for a bit more money, those fit perfectly. the real concern is that the drivers side was in danger of getting caught behind the gas pedal
Reviewed by Michael S (KNOXVILLE, TN) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Sienna — Sep 18, 2012 12:31 PM
After hauling around things on my floorboards in boxes lined with everything from old military ponchos to garbage bags to contain spills, was I ever amazed when I saw these floor liners! They aren't mats in the traditional sense, so don't be disappointed if they are not all pliable and flexible. What they are is tough and cup-like to catch spills of liquids or solids and let you get them out of the vehicle without doing a complete carpet scrub-down!
Reviewed by Seung L (Santa Cruz, CA) Reviewed for a 1995 Chevy C/K 1500 — May 24, 2011 1:52 PM
Husky WeatherBeater Floor Liner for the second and third rows seem to do the job, but definitely not in the same league as Weathertech Liners. Then again I bought Husky because the WeatherTech version for the second and third row quality maybe great but functionally terrible.
Reviewed by Noemi G (East Hanover, NJ) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Sienna — May 24, 2011 12:15 PM
LOVE THE FRONT LINERS FOR THE PASSENGER AND DRIVER. NOT SO CRAZY ABOUT THE 2ND ROW LINER. DOES NOT SEEM TOO FIT OR FALL IN AS NICE. BUT OVERALL VERY HAPPY THAT I PURCHASED THEM AND WOULD DEFINITELY RECOMMEND THEM. I WAS ALSO VERY HAPPY WITH YOUR CUSTOMER SERVICE AND WOULD CALL BACK IF I EVER NEED ANYTHING.
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