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WeatherTech Extreme-Duty DigitalFit Floor Liners Reviews


Perfect Fit & Neat Appearance

Reviewed By Bruce H (Summerfield, FL) Reviewed for a 2012 Chrysler 200 —1/26/2015 5:56 AM

As advertised, these floor liners really fit perfectly - except for one thing; the front seats in this car rest on top of a riser molded into the floor pan. The front surface of this "riser" is vertical and the rear edge of the floor liner ends before it reaches the riser, and therefore does not extend up the face of the vertical surface. This car was purchased used with only 19,000 miles on it, and on the drivers side the carpet was worn through and is not covered by the floor liner.

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Husky Liners WeatherBeater Floor Liners Reviews


Happy

Reviewed By Terry Z (IRON RIDGE, WI) Reviewed for a 2015 Chrysler Town and Country —1/18/2015 8:41 AM

I'm very satisfied with the Husky floor liners. With just the small amount of snow we had this winter so far I can't believe all the salt and small sand that I tracted in. I don't like a messy car so these work great for me! Thanks!

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WeatherTech Cargo Liners Reviews


Almost Perfect

Reviewed By Construction S (Roseville, CA) Reviewed for a 2015 Chrysler 200 —12/25/2014 9:43 PM

I purchased Husky liners for my Nissan Frontier several years ago and like them so much I have never used the original carpeted ones at all. So I was eager to find something similar for my new Chrysler 200. The WeatherTech liners have a more upscale appearance - which is more important in a car than in a truck. My only complaint is that the liners only cover about 1/2 of the "dead pedal" on the left side. In other words, the place where you rest your left foot.

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