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post #1 of 16 Old 11-14-2011, 10:11 PM Thread Starter
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Floor mat recommendation

Anyone have any recommendations for nice "all weather" floor mats for an 06 Accord EX Sedan? Winter is fast approaching here in WI and the salt/sand/snow can really make the floors look like crap. I would like something as "stock" looking as possible, but they don't necessarily need to be OEM mats or anything like that...just something that fits nicely and goes well with the interior.

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If you don't mind dropping about $200, the Weathertech digital fit are amazing.



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If you don't mind dropping about $200, the Weathertech digital fit are amazing.
Eeeeesh. I saw some Accord OEM all weather rubber mats on Amazon for $65 and I was wrestling with myself about purchasing mats at that price...
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Eeeeesh. I saw some Accord OEM all weather rubber mats on Amazon for $65 and I was wrestling with myself about purchasing mats at that price...
I have the OEM Honda All-Weather mats on my 2007 SE V6 Ivory (Tan) interior. I have been pleased with them. Another choice would be the WeatherTech All Weather Floor Mats instead of the Floor Liners- I got a set of those for my new (to me and my family) 2008 Odyssey.
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I've got these in my coupe. Say what you want, but I would NEVER spend $200 on rubber floor mats.
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I've got these in my coupe. Say what you want, but I would NEVER spend $200 on rubber floor mats.
I have no problem buying something like that. I guess I was looking more towards the "OEM" set because I want them fitted to the floor correctly so I'm not rubbing my feet on any exposed carpet.
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I have no problem buying something like that. I guess I was looking more towards the "OEM" set because I want them fitted to the floor correctly so I'm not rubbing my feet on any exposed carpet.
That's the reason the digital fit are so expensive, you could dump a gallon of water in there without hitting carpet, lol. Definitely was not the cheapest thing, but I love it now that I dropped the money.


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+1 for the Weathertech DigitalFits. I bought the black ones for my gray interior sedan, got the front, back, and trunk liner and they are awesome. Compared to my father's OEM ones, they are a snug fit and keep everything else clean. What caught my eye with them was the lip it has on the sides so when something is spilled, it's contained within the liner. I really do need to clean it though

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the weathertechs for sure my dad has a set in his 2011 accord Im about to buy husky liners for my 11, there 100 for a set of four and they are 100% digital fit the weathertechs say there 100% but the husky liners actually cover all the carpet

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Eeeeesh. I saw some Accord OEM all weather rubber mats on Amazon for $65 and I was wrestling with myself about purchasing mats at that price...
I like my honda OEM's. Only thing is they are not grated with the water reservoir but flat so if you get water on them and you pants hit the mat they will get wet.

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Make sure to check out and . They are among the best in quality! Free Shipping on orders over $70 to the lower 48 states is still available for a limited time!
So it looks like the Weathertech mats are a custom fit to specific vehicles, as opposed to the Husky Liners being more of a universal fit...is that correct? If that's right I would definitely want to go with the mats that are designed more specificly for my vehicle so there is as little carpet showing as possible. The snow and ice and salt are a terrible mess in the winter time!
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I have these and they are good....I have big foot and they don't move at all, they are easy to clean and clean up real nice.

Well worth it!


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are custom made for the 2008+ Honda Accord. Husky Liners WeatherBeater Floor Liners are custom fitting floor mats with a raised lip designed to fit for each specific application. These are not "one size fits most" types of mats.

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I have these and they are good....I have big foot and they don't move at all, they are easy to clean and clean up real nice.

Well worth it!

I also have those and they work good but I would go with the weathertechs because they cover more of the floor. Thats what i'm looking at for our Tacoma.

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