Did they relax over time for better fitment? Gaps all gone?Our Findway liners are holding up well after three years. My original thread:
Sorry pics are no longer available due to Photobucket. I'm too lazy to have them rehosted at the moment
Saw your part-out/sell post for your MZ5. Why'd you order WTs for the MZ5 if you're selling? Could've put some cheapo mats in there instead of expensive WT liners.Ok, thanks Hank! I had already ordered Weather Techs this morning- didn't see your post until today. I was trying to figure out if I needed to abuse my Prime to return them or not to buy cheaper ones.
Sorry, ordered Weather Techs for the Kia Soul that we just bought to replace the MZ5. My response was in reference to the alternative brand you bought vs the more expensive WTs. That said, my wife and I really like the fitment of the WTs, and any gaps they had to the interior bodywork from being folded up in the box have relaxed out after a few days. The only drawback is that they can get a bit slippery when wet since they don't have carpet in them, but the coverage is AWESOME and they catch everything that gets into the footwells. I'll be ordering another set for my pickup.Saw your part-out/sell post for your MZ5. Why'd you order WTs for the MZ5 if you're selling? Could've put some cheapo mats in there instead of expensive WT liners.
So they do sell it for the first gen Mazda 5 . Floor mats are identical except Mazda updated the front floor mat clips in the 2nd gen (which you can replace, upgrade, or remove).Unfortunately, they're not available for the 1st gen Mazda 5. For those of you with a second gen Mazda 5 (2012+) I HIGHLY recommend considering the 3D maxpider.