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WeatherTech Mats - All Weather or Digital Fit?

Hi all,

I'm a newbie here and apologize if this specific question has already been asked. Im a proud owner of a 2010 Commander Sport. I went with the Bril Black Crystal Pearl ext, and Dark Slate Gray Interior. Truly is a fantastic ride!

I have been searching for black all season floor mats and it seems that the majority of members here prefer the Weather Tech brand. I see they offer 2 types. First: "Floor Mats - All Weather" and second, "Floor Liner Digital Fit." Does anyone have experience with either make? I'm looking for the best without breaking the bank. As for the 3rd row, I don't plan on using this for seating and will mostly stay down. Any information or pics are greatly appreciated.

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I really think the floor liners are your best bet....your weather, and the crap you track in to your vehicle, is similar to what I see in Northeastern Il.
A bit less money and similar performance (liner type) is a available from Husky, as in Husky Liners.
Anything other than the digital Weathertech or Husky Liner is just a regular floormat and wont catch water like a liner.

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BTW, you only linked the floormat styles, not the floor trays.


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+1 on the digital fit liners. I have all three rows plus the cargo mat.

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Just my 2 cents...

I prefer the Jeep brand all weather mats. They have been bulletproof and have deep channels for MI weather (slush, salt). I know WT's are great, but the factory fit of the Mopar mats is perfect and they are the most "in place" IMO.

For the cargo area (behind second row w/third seat down), I tried two versions of Mopar cargo mats and both were terrible. I ended up getting the WT version and have been very happy with it.
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Weathertech digi floorliners here. I've been having them for about 2 years now and absolutely love them. They cover a lot of the carpeted area and contain the water, snow and mud very well. I have all three rows and absolutely love them.

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https://www.jeepcommander.com/forums/...ght=floor+mats

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I have the weathertech digital fit liners in my Commander and I'm happy with them. In my previous Jeep Grand Cherokee I had the Husky liners - I liked those just as much as the Weathertechs. I don't track in much mud, but accumulate a good bit of other debris - the liners keep that out of my carpet, out from under the seat and when it's time to clean I just lift out the liner with all the stuff in it and dump it.

Here's another alternative that I just saw recently - Lloyd Rubbertight mats. They look pretty hefty and are vehicle-specific.

http://www.autobarn.net/lloyd-rubbertite.html


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I LOVE these Husky mats. They're like silicone rubber - nothing sticks, even gumbo mud. Water collects because they're like trays, you just dump them out. I doubt you'll beat Summit Racing's prices either. These mats are $99.95 about everywhere else.

Front: http://www.summitracing.com/parts/HUS-30612/

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I am very happy with my weather tech digi's. They are the next best thing to having rubber floors (which I wish I could have gotten ;-)
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I'm happy with the Weathertech digital fit liners
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I'm still waiting on my WT floor liners. I ordered from Autoanything over a week ago and it says it's still processing. If I like the liners I'll probably order the cargo mat as well.

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