Maybe not the best.....but good enough for this old cowboy!
Reviewed By James r G (Cheyenne, WY) Reviewed for a 2010 Chrysler Town and Country —4/11/2015 8:13 PM
I got the Husky's because Weather Tech could not give me a set which provided from middle and rear cargo. So, I liked the look of Husky and went for it. I have not power washed them yet...but the fit is really good and the looks are just fine. A little thinner than I expected, but I think the price value ratio is fine. I don't expect these to last forever, but they're sure to beat ME to the finish line!
Great protection but a very tight fit
Reviewed By Robert e F (OLD BRIDGE, NJ) Reviewed for a 2015 Chrysler Town and Country —2/5/2015 10:20 AM
This cargo liner provides excellent protection to the bottom of the storage area behind the rear seat but it not up to the usual Husky standards. It protects only the bottom of the well and does not extend far enough up the sides to provide full protection. Second problem is that it is too tight a fit with the fold down seats. It required a lot of fine tuning the installation to even get the seats to fold down and they stick up about 3/4" with the liner in place
So much better than Weathertech
Reviewed By Robert F (OLD BRIDGE, NJ) Reviewed for a 2015 Chrysler Town and Country —2/10/2015 3:17 AM
I originally purchased a one piece 2nd and 3rd row Weathertech mat but it was difficult to install, fit poorly, and completely blocked access to the second row storage bins and making it impossible to fold the seats into the floor. I replaced it with the two separate Husky pieces. They fit well, look good, and provide improved access to floor storage. They are definitely a superior product but the two pieces are much more expensive than the one piece Weathertech which was expensive enough.