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Wanting to know if you favor thick luxury floor mats more than WeatherTech mats? Our WT turn up on the sides thus looking better for a work truck than a CRV.
 

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My WeatherTech Floorliners look great in my Honda CR-V, and do a great job of protecting the floors of my Sport Utility Vehicle.

Now if I was driving an Accord or a Civic Type R I would probably stick with the carpeted floor mats.

And yes, I still have the set of pristine carpeted floor mats that came with my CR-V safely stored away. And they'll be in the cargo area of the CR-V when I go to sell it or trade it in.
 

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If you ever spill a drink, you'll be grateful for the Weather Techs. Or if you ever have to get into the car with muddy or wet shoes. The WT's are easy to clean. I would say their only down side is that they may cause a slightly higher interior noise level. I love mine. I have them in my truck, too. At over five years old they still look brand new when I clean them. I also kept my carpet mats, which, while they do look nice, are somewhat less functional in a messy world.
 
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