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Old October 30th, 2003, 03:42 PM   #1
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All-Season Floor Mats

With the rainy season ahead, I was wondering if I should pop for the All Season Rubber Floormats ($80 on h&a) or should I just get a cheaper set at Costco? What do you guys have? Is the OEM set worth it?
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Old October 31st, 2003, 07:18 AM   #2
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I have some that I bought from Wal-mart, and they are ok. The fit could be better, but they pretty much do the job. If you have the $$$ I would go with the OEM ones, though. The fit will be perfect, and the quality will probably be better, too.
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Old November 4th, 2003, 10:32 AM   #3
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Try checking eBay for the mats... I got mine for $30 on eBay a long time ago... Maybe I just got lucky...
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Old November 6th, 2003, 12:40 PM   #4
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Definitely get the OEM ones, they fit perfectly. Usually, OEM winter mat is a must for me whenever I get a new car (you can negotiate a better price at that time). Worth every penny.
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Old November 6th, 2003, 01:07 PM   #5
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Yea, the OEM mats are awesome. They have the deep channels in them that can hold alot of water and guck before its spills over.

The fit is not perfect on my coupe, but I think they just made a single set for Sedan and coupe. There is a little ring hole on them to fit where the factory mats go... but they are too short. Not a big deal at all.
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they have oem all-weather floor mats? i need some too, last time when it rained and when i got in my car the rug was all muddy and wet
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Old November 7th, 2003, 09:17 PM   #7
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I swapped my carpet mats over to the OEM rubber mats last week. I got mine from H and A, they fit well, hold plenty of muck, and are easy to clean.
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how much did you get them for? and do they fit perfectly?
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Old November 8th, 2003, 08:26 PM   #9
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You can check current prices on www.handaaccessories.com. As far as fit, they fit my coupe well. The notches are in the right places, allowing the mat to fit around the contours of the footwell and the turnk/gas cap release. You can also check out Monster Mats if you want another option. HTH
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I would have bought the all season mats but they don't come with rear mats for the back seats for the 6th gen. I don't think the 7th gen do either.

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There is a little ring hole on them to fit where the factory mats go... but they are too short. Not a big deal at all.
My car didn't have that anchor thing there when I bought the car. Since my car didn't come with the OEM mats (used car ) I bought some cheap ones.

Then when I bought the OEM ones a few weeks ago off of H&A the anchor came with it. I removed the little flap in the carpet and screwed it in the hole on the metal frame. Its like my car never came with mats which is odd because I thought all EX models got them standard .



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Old November 17th, 2003, 11:51 PM   #11
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only 01-02 models got them standard, us 98-00 owners had to pay for them, it was an option, which is the dumbest thing ive ever heard

floor mats should be standard in any car!!

i didnt want to pay for them and I ended up not having to since they put them in my car anyways without letting the salesman know!

I got weathertech mats on top of my oem mats now, they each hold up to a quart of water!
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Hparts said that the sedan all-season mats would not fit the '00 coupe. Is this true?
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only 01-02 models got them standard, us 98-00 owners had to pay for them, it was an option, which is the dumbest thing ive ever heard

floor mats should be standard in any car!!
That I did not know. Well that answers why the floor in my car is so dirty, the car never had them . The last owner could afford a 25K car but skimps on the floor mats, what a retard (no offence to anyone) .

And your right, all cars should come with them . Honda did a sneaky but effective thing with the floor mats in all of the 7th gen's. They give you regular low quality mats standard and make the high quality ones with the Accord name embroidered on them an option. Most of the owners could care less for having the high quality ones, just as long as the car comes with some sort of mats. So its a win/win situation for everyone .

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Hparts said that the sedan all-season mats would not fit the '00 coupe. Is this true?
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Old November 28th, 2003, 05:30 AM   #14
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I have a set of Walmart all season weather mats and they are great. I bought all seasons front/rear for less than $20 bucks six-months ago, since i don't ever use the OEM mats.

The ones from walmart don't look half bad at all, easy to clean, and fit perfectly.
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You can also check out Monster Mats if you want another option. HTH
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Old December 9th, 2003, 06:34 PM   #16
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****, my goof, they're actually WeatherTech, but the Monster Mats are the same thing. Here's the direct link:
http://www.weathertech.com/store/veh...pt_choice_id=0

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