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Weathertech seems to cover more while Honda leaves areas immediately under the e-brake and gas pedals open. Are Weathertech worth the additional cost?

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I've had Weathertechs in several vehicles, including my 2014 CR-V.
Yes, I would recommend them.
 

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WeatherTech are better than OEM. Water will spill out of the OEM ones o to your carpet. The WeatherTech is like a pan and will hold the water until you can empty it. Worthwhile if you live where it snows b


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Not to muddy the issue, but we got Husky mats and cargo liner for our daughter's new HR-V.
 

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I was already heading out to buy Weathertech, when someone posted Maxliner full set including cargo area mat for the same price as the driver/passenger only Weathertech and I went and bought Maxliner instead. They fit kind of Okay and are just as deep. The seller told me that he sold his CR-V mostly due to excessive vibration at stops and when I said that it almost became my 2nd nature to shift into N at red lights, he laughed and said that he spent too much $$ on his new CR-V to have to put up with that.
 
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