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Subaru GL All-Weather Floor Mats

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New floor mats - the first in eons for my little Subaru

Reviewed By John T (Seattle, WA) Reviewed for a 1984 Subaru GL —10/5/2011 8:15 PM

I am the original owner of my 1984 Subaru GL. It doesn't go many places all these years because I am a big mass transit rider. So it's got 164,000 miles on it at 28 years of age. Not bad. I have always kept everything up to snuff and it runs like a top. But the floor mats it had very dead. So I ordered these new Hexomat floor mats and they are wonderful. I am still figuring out which back floor mat is which since I tried installign them on my way to work this morning but it looks like it is easy and the front ones went in perfectly. They look and feel heavy duty as well. I am very happy.

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Reviewed By Jeanne P (PAONIA, CO) Reviewed for a 2009 Ford Edge —10/23/2016 7:22 PM

Love these mats! I purchased the cargo mat several months ago and liked it so well I came back for the front and rear mats. Nice quality, good fit and easy installation. Some mats are way over priced, these do the job well and look great!!!

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Nissan Rear Seat Floormat

Reviewed By Rodman W (MOUNT EPHRAIM, NJ) Reviewed for a 2016 Nissan Rogue —10/22/2016 1:50 PM

The floormats are well made.I like the deep diamond patern that traps debris. The only drawback is the rear seat floormat (the only one I bought) doesn't fit flush in the center where the floor rises. It used to be a transmission hump in older cars but I have no idea what is under there in the new car, maybe the drive shaft. The only way to overcome the extra floormat rise in the center is to trim the ends back about a half-inch or more. I probably won't do that and just put up with the issue.

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