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Hello

I'm wondering if anybody's got experience with Amazon winter mats.

I'm looking at a set of 3d Maxpider or the Maxliner

Thanks in advance. They're both about $200 CAD. first one is about $30 cheaper.
 

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i purchased the 3d maxpider and really like them. they stay snug. my brother has weathertech in his Tundra, and they move all the time on the passenger's side.
 

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My Weathertech mats in my '07 attach just like the factory mats do, at the factory attachment points, conform tightly and do not move at all. I have them in my F250 too, and, while there are no attachment points, they stay in place pretty well, though not perfectly. In vehicles with no attachment points or with mats that don't use them, I would look for an underside method of holding them in place, such as mats that have small points sticking downward into the carpet to hold them still. Some of these work well, others, maybe not so much. Try to see if there's any mention of this in the Amazon reviews for the ones you are looking at. How they conform to the floor shape is another thing to look at. Weathertech is good with this, but it's not perfect as a stand-alone method of holding them in place. Otherwise one would just have to hope they are heavy enough to stay put. As far as durability, I would expect any of the better vinyl ones would be okay. I prefer the Weathertech ones as they simply last forever. But they ain't cheap, though there is really not a huge price difference from the cheaper ones.
 

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I've had the 3D Maxpiders in my Tacoma for the past six years. They've been perfect.

I plan on getting them for my '18 CRV in the next few days.
 

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As part of my bartering during the sales process I had the full Honda OEM mat set thrown in for free. They are worth way more than I paid for them. They are about to enter their third winter and year of service, have held up well and never shift around.
 

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I got the Husky Liners X-act Contour about 3 months ago. They are a perfect fit, with anchor points for the driver's side, and they completely line the cavity well up the sides. I didn't bother with the rear mat as no one rides back there, but I'm happy with the front set.

Husky Liners 52291 Black Front Floor Liner (Fits 17-18 CR-V), 1 Pack $90.00
Husky Liners 52621 Black 2nd Seat Floor Liner (Fits 17-18 CR-V), 1 Pack $85.48

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B076MPKD9S
 

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I got the Husky Liners X-act Contour about 3 months ago. They are a perfect fit, with anchor points for the driver's side, and they completely line the cavity well up the sides. I didn't bother with the rear mat as no one rides back there, but I'm happy with the front set.

Husky Liners 52291 Black Front Floor Liner (Fits 17-18 CR-V), 1 Pack $90.00
Husky Liners 52621 Black 2nd Seat Floor Liner (Fits 17-18 CR-V), 1 Pack $85.48

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B076MPKD9S

The huskys look great and they cover the complete floor,,,the Honda ones are kinda useless and dont cover much....JMO
 

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Huskys also have pointed little nibs on the back to aid in holding them in position (Weathertech has smooth ribs as I recall)
 

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I went with the Husky liners too and really like them. I've had mine about 3 months as well and have no complaints. The lip that runs around the edge would contain a decent size spill but the factory mounts on the driver side would leak thinner liquids eventually.
 

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I never really thought of getting mats with the car but I haggled for free tints when I got mine. Either way seems like good deal. Ordered Maxliner
 

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The lip that runs around the edge would contain a decent size spill but the factory mounts on the driver side would leak thinner liquids eventually.
The spill would have to be excessive. Those holes are surrounded by a substantial ridge, taller than the other ridges on the mat. Any spill will spread out before topping over them.
 

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We have the maxpider front and rear mats in wife's 18CRV. Fit and look great 11 months later. Liked em so much I bought a front, rear and cargo set for my Highlander. Both fit great, have never moved, and collect most all of the dirt and sand. Can't beat them. Several friends who saw them ordered same maxpider mats for their SUVs.
 
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