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HRV All weather protection matts (Get it from dealer or aftermarket?)

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We are planning to get the all weather matts (rubber) for the driver and passengers, as well as the trunk. Does anyone recommend a site where we can buy them aftermarket or OEM, or should we just get them from Honda when we pickup our car? thanks a lot!
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I have always trusted the WeatherTech products.
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If you drive in the snow, Huskey or Weathertech. Otherwise Honda's OEM seems to be a good deal.

http://www.hrvforum.com/forum/gtsear...?q=floor%20mat

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I was on the same boat as you a month ago, when I purchased mine. After looking at the Honda ones, installed in a HRV in their showroom, I decided not to go with them. I personally find the driver side floor liner finishes way too short, on top, staying away from the pedals for "security" reasons (not get stucked in gas pedal)

Then looking at the rear I noticed that they are actually 2 pieces, and not one big piece that covers the middle as well. Another no go.

I decided to go with the Husky floor liners, after having them in my civic, and being quite happy with the way they were doing their job. I've had many Weathertech floor liners in the past for previous cars, and I have to say I like the Husky ones more. They are cheaper too.

For the tray since they all looked the same, I decided to go with the Honda one since I saved more than 40$, because my salesman offered to purchase it for me at his cost.

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Several Honda dealers are on eBay. And most of them have free shipping unlike if you buy from their website direct.

You can get the "high" wall oem full set for like $120
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I just got a full set of Husky liners from AutoAnything (used a 15% off coupon code from retailmenot.com) and they are great so far. They fit in place perfectly and the rear seat liner is one big piece, which covers the bump in the middle. My super picky husband is now requesting a set for his truck!
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