Husky Floor Liners vs. WeatherTech

Discussion in '4th Gen - 2018 - present' started by Ted Kramer, Sep 28, 2019.

  1. Ted Kramer

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    Been a weathertech buyer for about 10 years. Recently, I heard that Husky Liners, while being less costly, were much better in terms of fit and quality. Curious if anyone here has any experience with these. TIA.
     
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    I read the threads on this forum a few times and couldn't quite make up my mind for the longest time. I hadn't seen anyone with the 2nd and 3rd row Husky Xacts, so I took the plunge and they should be here Monday sometime. I haven't had any personal experiences with the weathertechs, just from what I have seen and felt in a few different vehicles. I'm looking for something more rubbery and less plastic-y, so I'm crossing my fingers.

    Also I was torn on the 1 piece 2nd/3rd row weathertech vs the 2 piece husky. I can see benefits on both sides and I'm really curious how well the husky liners match up together.
     
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    I have the two piece 2nd 3rd row in my 2016 platinum el and the one piece 2nd 3rd in my wife’s 2016 limited. Wish I had the one piece in both
     
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    Ha figures. What brand are you running in both?
     
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    Gracias
     
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    The only problem I see with the one piece weathertech vs the two piece Husky is that the guys at the car wash pull out the mats and wash them when I go. The one piece will be a PITA for them to pull out and clean. Husky’s are way more $$ but think I’m going to try these. Had weathertechs in last 5 cars. Wife’s truck also.


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    All you gotta do is fold the second row up and forward. Come right out
     
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    That’s assuming the guy can figure it out.


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