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Ferrari Rubber Floor Mats

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Lloyd Mats RubberTite Rubber Floor Mats Reviews


Cheap But Effective

Reviewed By Steven O (Phoenix, AZ) Reviewed for a 2002 Ferrari 360 —10/25/2014 12:47 AM

I spent a couple days researching and reading reviews for floor mats. Anything from $20 to $500 for my Ferarri 360 Modena. All I really need is something to keep dirt, water, mud, and snow off my factory carpet. These are trimmed to fit the specific car, which has a weird floor pan shape. From what I can tell so far, they'll do exactly what I need them to and not slide all over the place. They aren't exactly pretty, but they match the cars interior color and keep everything clean!

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Worth the money

Reviewed By Brandon M (West Des Moines, IA) Reviewed for a 2016 GMC Sierra —6/29/2016 8:39 PM

These are not inexpensive but they fit perfectly and completely protect the carpet. The back seat liner covers door to door, the driver side locks into factory clips, and passenger seat stays in place. I live in a winter climate and these are a must for snowy/slushy days.

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Well worth the very reasonable investment.

Reviewed By Barbora C (ALBUQUERQUE, NM) Reviewed for a 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe —6/29/2016 5:38 AM

Online finger-shopping for black front floor mats to protect our black front carpeting (clicking on auto anything.com of course), we were happy to know we could get Hexomats. We had this variety of mat in the cargo area of our previous Santa Fe for ten years, and appreciate how the hex pockets trap water, oil, other liquids, melting snow, mud, sand, dirt and other yucky stuff. Take 'em out, spray 'em with the garden hose, dry 'em off and they're good to go, looking new and lasting for years.

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