Reviewed By Richard G (Dothan, AL) Reviewed for a 2009 Toyota Tundra —7/3/2014 5:13 AM
This is the second set I have bought for the car. The first set lasted 150,000 miles. I replaced them because they were worn, not because they weren't working.
Reviewed By Vincent P (SACRAMENTO, CA) Reviewed for a 2001 Toyota Tundra —3/9/2011 2:16 PM
Got the new mats in the truck and I'm pretty impressed with them so far. I tucked them in under the door sill and wasn't sure if they would stay put but they have for 2 weeks now and they fit pretty well. They will definitely prolong the life of the floor of my truck but don't be mislead by the claim of catching spills. All the fluid on the floor runs to one corner of the mat and they might hold just about a 1/4 cup of water, tops. That being said it's almost like having a vinyl floor kit put in the truck and mud doesn't have a chance of getting into the carpet. You can even have a passenger with muddy feet riding in the middle and not have to worry about the spot that doesn't have a mat on it on the transmission hump. The rear mat doesn't fit under the door sill and isn't cut quite as tight as the front but, it is still well worth the protection it offers. I've got the tan and it matches pretty close.