When you’re looking at a premium rubber floor mat set, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the choices out there. The WeatherTech DigitalFit Floor Liner, Husky Liner WeatherBeater floor liner, and the MAXpider KAGU Rubber Floor Liner are all top-of-the line candidates that each offers their own take on how to best protect your vehicle’s flooring.
You’ve probably watched at least one of their commercials or seen one of their billboards (especially if you’re in a weather prone area). WeatherTech is easily the most marketed floor mat brand, and it’s easy to understand why. They practically invented the modern custom fit floor mat, bringing it to market to a large range of vehicle applications. Their popularity is impossible to deny.
WeatherTech DigitalFit floor mats sport channels that carry liquids to a lower reservoir, saving your carpets from unwanted spillage. WeatherTech boasts a laser-beam engineered fitment process, thereby guaranteeing that your mats will be a completely perfect fit to your vehicle. With raised lip edges, it will be difficult for anything to get past its protection.
What’s unique about it? WeatherTech DigitalFit mats are made with a proprietary custom-blended TPO material, which boasts benefits such as durability & wear-resistant but remains flexible under extreme temperatures. WeatherTech mats are made in the USA and boast a 3-year limited warranty on DigitalFit mats. These mats are flexible and heavy.
A newer entrant to the market, MAXpider floor liners are receiving high praises and are quickly escalating in market share. Like the others, MAXpider features raised edges to help contain your spills, are custom fit with a rubber material and provide an extensive range of protection for your floors.
What’s unique about it? MAXpider KAGU mats have a carbon fiber-like print, the design allows you to easily scrape mud and grime off your feet, helping to contain it and prevent it from going elsewhere. MAXpider mats also feature a proprietary anti-skid backing that helps to prevent skidding and sliding, although factory anchors may be used as well. These mats also sport a small heel pad on the driver’s side and come with a 3-year limited warranty.
Also available from MAXpider is the MAXpider Classic Carpet floor mats, also custom fit.
Husky Liners has been around since 1988, so they know a thing or two about floor mats. Ask any Husky Liner owner, and they will probably tell you they’re a customer for life. Coming in at a lower price-point than its counterparts on the market, Husky Liners also boasts laser-scanning technology to ensure a perfect fit.
What’s unique about it? WeatherBeater mats feature a proprietary backing system of raised nibs, to make sure your mats stay in place. The only premium mat set that is so confident in their product, they offer a Limited Lifetime Warranty. With raised edges and channeling, your spills and messes will stay on the mats where they belong. Made in the USA.
It really comes down to the following factors when deciding between WeatherTech, MAXpider or Husky Liners:
For comparison purposes, take a look at the chart below. Data is modeled from a 2012 Chrysler 300 Sedan at the time this was written, so it is subject to change without notice.
|Price (Front & Rear Set)||$187.90||$151.09||$128.95|
|Colors Available||Black, Gray and Tan||Black, Gray and Tan||Black, Gray and Tan|
|Backing System||Factory Anchors||Anti-Skid Material
|Warranty||3 Year Limited||3 Year Limited||Lifetime Limited|
In the end, you can’t go wrong with any of the 3 options. All boast features that do a great job at protecting your vehicle’s floors.
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