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Any particular brands that are recommended? I came across weathertech.com, and they look pretty good. For the price of just the cargo liner at the local land rover dealer, ($240), I can get the front and rear seats plus the cargo liner through them, and they are a perfect fit. What are you guys using, and would you recommend them?
 

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weather tech makes two different types, if your looking at the all-weather ones (cut to OEM specs) ive got a set for sale (front row)...

for sale forum, MKIII...
 

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Up here in Canada they are $350 for the OEM at the Stealership. I decided to purchase them from the US off eBay. I paid $177 with free delivery. Still hell of a lot of money for 4 pieces of rubber lol
 

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I agree, go for the genuine ones, they wont slip around inder the pedals etc and they really are great quality. What year is your RR? I think they changed them a few years ago.

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Dan_UK_1984 said:
I agree, go for the genuine ones, they wont slip around inder the pedals etc and they really are great quality. What year is your RR? I think they changed them a few years ago.

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2006. The only thing keeping me looking at the weathertechs is they look like they can hold more water/mud. Living in Denver in the winter it becomes a requirement. I do like the look of the OEM ones, but think the weathertech will do the job better. Can anyone with the OEMs chime in?
 

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Dan_UK_1984 said:
I agree, go for the genuine ones, they wont slip around inder the pedals etc and they really are great quality. What year is your RR? I think they changed them a few years ago.

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2006. The only thing keeping me looking at the weathertechs is they look like they can hold more water/mud. Living in Denver in the winter it becomes a requirement. I do like the look of the OEM ones, but think the weathertech will do the job better. Can anyone with the OEMs chime in?
I've had the OEM rubber mats on all 3 of my Mk3's, and never had a problem during the past 5 ski seasons up in Tahoe (could not imagine what it would be like with the regular carpeted ones...). Also have the rubber mat for the boot and between the abuse it takes from my dog, ski equipment, mud, and all, it's looking pretty good.
 

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If you get non-oem mats make sure they have the cut out for the pedal - as its floor mounted you dont want to lay the mat on top of it!
 

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I have the Weathertech fronts and they do hold a lot of liquid / mud as they have a lip all the way round but on the passenger side the mat does not go up high enough so you can still get mud on the carpet towards the glove box. If you go the weathertech route dont get the rears as they are not the digital fit one with a lip. I also have the boot liner and its a great fit and has done a great job so far. I liked the look of the OEM ones but I couldn't catch a deal on them when I needed them and I couldn't bring myself to paying dealer prices for them.
 
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