OEM or Aftermarket? Rubber mats or liners? $100 or $200? There are so many questions that come to mind when looking for all season protection. Unless you have completely given up and put bath rugs in your $30,000 car we have put together some pros and cons of the most popular all season options out there. Hopefully this information will help you decide on which is best for you. All of these options are available on our web site or by special order.
Pros: Made by Honda for your Honda, affordable, cut specifically for your model year, Honda logos provide an custom look, good warranty, made in the USA.
Cons: Don’t cover as much surface area as floor liners, small lip corners don’t hold as much water and dirt.
Pros: Laser measured for proper fit, high edges hold a good amount of water and dirt, excellent construction, warranty rivals OEM, made in USA.
Cons: Not extremely attractive/industrial looking, high cost, fitment is not always accurate, long wait when new models are released.
Pros: Laser measured for proper fit, edge height and protection rivals WeatherTech, attractive and sporty looking design, max-spider backing keeps liners without anchors in place, special middle layer provides some additional sound dampening, consistently the most affordable liner option, company stands behind the product.
Cons: Lighter durability than WeatherTech.
Pros: Good protection similar to both WeatherTech and Aries, spikes underneath liners keep them in place, heavy duty appearance.
Cons: Liners are pretty stiff and can sometimes be hard to install/remove, spikes underneath liners can poke and scratch you when installing/removing, product finish quality is not always top notch.
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