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Honda oem 12 27.27%
Weathertech 19 43.18%
Husky 3 6.82%
3D Maxpider 10 22.73%
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post #1 of 42 Old 04-18-2017, 07:06 AM Thread Starter
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I want to get some all weather floor mats to protect the carpet in my accord. i live in the pacific northwest so we see our fair share of rain and thus sometimes it gets muddy, I also live near the beach so sand is also an issue.

What mats do reccomend?

I am currently looking at the following options

Honda oem all weather

Husky weather beater, read you have to cut out area for trunk/ gas release

Weathertech

3d maxpider.

They vary in price, but willing to spend the money to protect the inside of the accord.

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I got some Goodyear mats from Costco for $20. They do the job in the wintertime. I've heard good things about WeatherTech but didn't want to spend $200.


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I prefer the oem's for the look.
Weathertech floorliners looks to truck like for me.
Although,I like using weathertech in winter months for better protection.

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I went with the OEM mats....so far so good.

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I want to get some all weather floor mats to protect the carpet in my accord. i live in the pacific northwest so we see our fair share of rain and thus sometimes it gets muddy, I also live near the beach so sand is also an issue.



What mats do reccomend?



I am currently looking at the following options



Honda oem all weather



Husky weather beater, read you have to cut out area for trunk/ gas release



Weathertech



3d maxpider.



They vary in price, but willing to spend the money to protect the inside of the accord.


WeatherTech front, back and trunk for me!



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Weather tech liners since they have some depth to them.
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Weather tech front and back. You can pick them up from amazon cheaper than their actual website FYI or at least I did for about half price. They were even shipped by weather tech.
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Husky

Don't cut out the area around the latch release to keep junk from getting in there. Simple lift of mat gives PLENTY of access.

Last time I looked (my purchase) they did not offer a set for the coupe, only the sedan.

If you have a sedan (you don't mention that from what I see) and purchase Husky, they have a Lifetime Warranty while the WeatherTech only warrant for three years (again, last time I was in the market).

Really don't remember the cost for the Husky brand but I believe it was MUCH better than 200.00 for the WeatherTech.

Although you didn't ask, surprisingly the Honda OEM trunk liner IMO is steps above the WeatherTech offering. Go figure, but that's my opinion.

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So far I Have bought new Weathertechs for 5 cars and use them 365 days a year in each. My oldest set is in a 2011 Maxima and the carpet is like new underneath. One advantage to Weathertech is you can sell them used for a decent price if you ever trade or sell your car. I've sold used Weathertechs between $90 & $110. You can also sell the original carpet mats when they are brand new to offset the cost of the Weathertechs. Look for the best prices online or coupon codes. With my last set Amazon happened to have the best price.
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I had Weathertech in my 8th gen and now have Husky WeatherBeaters in my 9th gen. Both are very good, but I prefer the more rubber-like material that the Husky liners are made of over the more plastic feel of the Weathertechs. Both fit very well, I don't think you can go wrong with either one.

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Honda makes an OEM all weather mat that has the lip around the edge like the Weathertech mats. I have a set in my car and love them.

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I went with the OEM front, back and trunk.
Wish the front driver side went up higher near the pedals, especially the gas pedal like the weathertech, that is my only tiff with them. Other than that, no complaints and look good all year round.
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Although you didn't ask, surprisingly the Honda OEM trunk liner IMO is steps above the WeatherTech offering. Go figure, but that's my opinion.
I did exactly this, got the weathertech floorliners for the front and back and did the honda oem for the trunk, fits and protects well and is cheaper than the weathertech one.
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I live int he PNW as well and have the Aries Styleguard floorliners. They really stick to the carpet so don't move slide like my Weathertechs did before. So far have held up really well and are easy to clean. Love the look of them too.
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Go with the OEM.


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