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Old 02-28-13, 02:28 PM   #16
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I see Sewell Lexus offering all-weather Lexus OEM floor mats for Club Lexus member at $90..I asked them if they give free shipping and they denied. So, I sent an email to my local Dealers quoting that I found a competitive price somewhere and if they could match it, I'll buy local. My Dealer (where I bought my RX) agreed to match and I bought from them today.

I don't know if Weather Tech or Husky floor mats cover the entire flooring but Lexus mats covered only the area where your feet can reach in the front and rear areas.
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Old 03-07-13, 01:19 PM   #17
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I have a set of Husky's and I am disappointed with how poorly they fit against the door frame, there's up to 1" gap between the mats and the door sill. Weathertechs I've had on other cars fit like gloves.

ANyone have pictures they can post of their weathertechs?
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Has anyone bought one of these? Reviews and recommendations appreciated! Thanks
I bought Weathertech all season mats for the front and back of my 2011 RX. They are fantastic: perfect fit, deep grooves to collect snow/slush runoff, stylish. No regrets and would not hesitate to give a strong recommendation.
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Has anyone bought one of these? Reviews and recommendations appreciated! Thanks
I got the weather tech cargo mat in tan today and it fits like a glove, looks really good
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I'm happy with the Lexus all weather mats.I bought it with Lexus rewards bucks ,and it was on sale at my local Dealer. It's been great this Winter. I did have WT's on my old Honda CR-V. It was rugged,and held up well.
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I just got a set of Huskys floor liners in black for 2013 RX350 with light grey leather (there is a lot of black inside the vehicle). I prefer Huskys as they cover foot rest much higher. Yes, there is a small gap on the side, but I'm fine with that.
For the cargo, I went with the black weathertech cargo liner, and it fits really well.

Was considering all liners in grey, but was concerned that Huskys and Weathertech would be darker grey than light grey leather. Didn't want to introduce yet another color to the vehicle interior.
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I just got a set of Huskys floor liners in black for 2013 RX350 with light grey leather (there is a lot of black inside the vehicle). I prefer Huskys as they cover foot rest much higher. Yes, there is a small gap on the side, but I'm fine with that.
For the cargo, I went with the black weathertech cargo liner, and it fits really well.

Was considering all liners in grey, but was concerned that Huskys and Weathertech would be darker grey than light grey leather. Didn't want to introduce yet another color to the vehicle interior.
I just ordered Huskys for my 2010 RX350, i was on the fence of buying the Weathertech's but there were a few things that pushed me towards the Husky's. Lifetime warranty vs 3 year and the foot rest coverage. I did come across some install tips regarding the conformity in the curves. Depending on the season when you order either the Husky's or Weathertechs, some folks complain about fitment and tendency to curl. It is recommended to get a heat gun if necessary to warm up any
non-compliant edges to form fit better.
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Old 06-09-16, 12:47 PM   #23
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I just found weather tech trunk mat for 2014 IS350 at North American parts for 107.52 shipped

http://northamericanparts.com/weathertech/weathertech-cargo-liner/40663/i-2023110.aspx

And i was able to ask auto anything to beat the price so I end up paying 106.52 shipped.
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We just bought a 2013 RX350 CPO and we have a 2007 IS250 (65,000 mi). We use the All-Weather Mats front and back in the summer and Floor Liners in the front in the winter. Cargo Liner in the RX350. The Liners do a great job protecting the vehicles in the Buffalo Winters.
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I just found weather tech trunk mat for 2014 IS350 at North American parts for 107.52 shipped

http://northamericanparts.com/weathe...i-2023110.aspx

And i was able to ask auto anything to beat the price so I end up paying 106.52 shipped.
Thanks for posting this information. I just purchased a WeatherTech cargo mat for my 2010 Rx450H - for $114.92 using your same approach with the Auto Anything price match plus 3% ebates rebate. I like the quality of Weather Tech and really like paying $23 less for it.
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Thanks for posting this information. I just purchased a WeatherTech cargo mat for my 2010 Rx450H - for $114.92 using your same approach with the Auto Anything price match plus 3% ebates rebate. I like the quality of Weather Tech and really like paying $23 less for it.
You are very welcome. Glad that you can save some money.
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