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2010 Hyundai Santa Fe All-Weather Floor Mats

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Great mat

Reviewed By Alex P (LE MARS, IA) Reviewed for a 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe —1/20/2016 6:52 AM

Very happy with these mats. They weren't quite as thick as i was thinking they would be, but they're holding up quite well. They provide good coverage and they hold firmly in place. Only complaint is the lip around the gas cover lever. It isn't quite as tall as the other edges of the mat. It looks like it was designed that way for easier access, but it kindof creates a spot of vulnerability and could allow water by if a lot of water was on the mats. Otherwise i would definitely recommend.

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Pretty good

Reviewed By Alex P (LE MARS, IA) Reviewed for a 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe —1/20/2016 6:46 AM

Really happy with these. I ordered a full length mat for the back seat and it looks great. Only complaint is that it's a little long so the hump in the middle isn't flush with the floor unfortunately, but otherwise i'm happy with them since they provide good coverage.

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Perfect Fit, Simple Install

Reviewed By Wendy D (Gleneden Beach, OR) Reviewed for a 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe —1/3/2015 11:30 AM

The hardest part of the install was vacuuming out the pine needles that had accumulated before buying the Husky Liners. I chose Husky Liners over WeatherTech due customer service reviews and the fact that the Husky Liners have the rubber nibs that bite into the carpet to keep them from sliding around. I just moved the front seats all the way back, slid the front liners into place, then moved front seats all the way forward and slid the rear liners into place. It was that simple!

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