The challenge with having corners covered is that you need to make a choice of cargo floor board in the upper or lower position.Anyone know of a one piece cargo liner that completely covers (including rear corners) for a 2019 Touring? Thanks.
The area behind both wheel wellsI have a WeatherTech cargo liner and just tested it. It stows nicely beneath the cargo deck when it is in the upper position. Very impressive engineering that went into the design of this part of the car.
Back to the original question, what do you mean by "rear corners"? I think both the OEM and WeatherTech designs have a raised lip around the perimeter.
Yeah... the Honda organizer did not impress me either when I looked at one at the dealer.. so I passed.Any of you have a organizer in the trunk? I like to always keep certain supplies with me if necessary. I got the default Honda organizer but I'm unimpressed.
Thanks for the link but many of the Amazon reviews are concerningHere's the one I bought and REALLY like. It works well with the trunk floor in either the lower or higher position - and if desired does stow under the floor panel when it's in the upper position. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07D7YJ22M/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
As an Amazon Prime customer who has been buying from Amazon for years... I think you need to take reviews with a little grain of salt. Just like in this forum.. you will get reviewers who get really bent about small things, and you also get reviews that are not accurate at times as well. Plus.. people who are unhappy about something, or received a defective product tend to hop right on and give a negative review. Happy customers sometimes do not even bother with a review. You also get a lot of false reviews on Amazon, depending on the source of the item being purchased (and these are invariably rosy 5 star reviews).Thanks for the link but many of the Amazon reviews are concerning