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Old 02-04-2013, 10:05 AM   #1
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Does anybody have/use any of their products in their vehicles? I have been thinking of going with a set of their All-Weather Floor Mat or FloorLiner for use in the Cruze during the winter. They also have a cargo (trunk) liner available for the Cruze. They manufacture their products in the United States.

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WeatherTech FloorLiner in the Chevrolet Cruze (2011+). Available in black, tan, or grey.

Front and rear liners: PN 44344-1-2
Front liners: 443441
Rear liners: 443442



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WeatherTech All-Weather floor mats for the Chevrolet Cruze (2011+). Available in black, tan, or grey.

Front and rear mats: PN W275-W277
Front mats: PN W275
Rear mats: PN W277

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My sister had a set of Weather-Tech plastic mats in her 2003 Ford Focus ZX5 and the fit was very good. She used them to catch/hold the "sand" (in Yuma, AZ) rather than "snow" (ha,ha).
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I had the floor liners in my mustang and now have them and the cargo liner in my cruze. They're a great product. When I traded the mustang in the floors looked brand new.
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How's the "fit" of the trunk cargo liner in the Cruze?

The wife's Cruze is "neutral/brown" (tan & chocolate) in the cabin area, but the trunk is black...what color is your trunk unit?

Here in Arid-zona, it's sand--not snow--that most people worry about, although it does snow across the northern portions of the state often & alot in winter, but not down here in the high-desert areas of southern AZ.
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How's the "fit" of the trunk cargo liner in the Cruze?
X2, the cargo liner would be a good one to have. From pictures I've seen, the fit of all the liners looks very good. I'm still considering the floor liners and cargo liner for mine.
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The Floorliners and cargo liner are superb! I've run them in my suburban since they first came out. I just ordered a full set of liners for my cruze for winter and installed them the other day. Perfect-o!!!
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The Floorliners and cargo liner are superb! I've run them in my suburban since they first came out. I just ordered a full set of liners for my cruze for winter and installed them the other day. Perfect-o!!!
Good to know! Haven't bought a set for mine yet but they've been a consideration for a while now.
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I have the floor liners in my car and love them.

I had the mats in my previous car and didn't care much for them. With all of the little indentations in them, they always looked dirty. The liners are easy to clean.
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