Reviewed By Burton G (PLYMOUTH, MN) Reviewed for a 2003 Oldsmobile Aurora —2/11/2015 5:37 AM
They look good, but the anchoring hole is in the wrong place, and there are two holes instead of one. Sort of disappointing.
Reviewed By Don B (Martins Ferry, OH) Reviewed for a 1999 Oldsmobile Aurora —2/9/2010 5:47 AM
I bought a set of the true berber mats for my 1999 Oldsmobile Aurora. I am very happy with these mats. They are heavy duty, look great, fit great, come with anchors, and cover much more of the floor than any other mats that I have seen. They fit so well, and with the help of the anchors, these mats AREN'T going to move and slide around like other mats do. I got the Oldsmobile emblem appliqued on mine, and the emblems look really good, and really professional. My only (minor) complaint is that I could not get the Oldsmobile emblems on the rear mats. The manufacturer states that the rear mats for the Aurora aren't large enough to have the appliques on. However, to my untrained eye, it looks to be that there would be plenty of room on the rear mats for the logos. All in all, I highly recommend these mats, and I plan on buying more of them in the future for other vehicles that I may acquire.
Reviewed By Charles C (Batavia, IL) Reviewed for a 2001 Oldsmobile Aurora —9/12/2008 10:23 AM
I purchased two sets of the Lloyd RubberTite mats. One set in tan for my Oldsmobile which replaced a set of Weathertech mats that simply decomposed. The other set was in black for my new Corvette. The Lloyd's mats look great and fit both cars "perfectly". The real test of the Olds mat will come this winter when the mats will be tested on how well they control the winter slop. I am trusting that the design of the mat has been tested to ensure the winter "slop" will be contained.