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    Quote Originally Posted by macandal View Post
    Are these mats the same you're recommending in your post?

    2018 CX-5 Cargo Tray/All-Weather Floor Mats

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    NO...The mats in your link are NOT the same ones that Spock is referring to, which are only available through Canadian Mazda dealers. I have the "Canadian" mats. They are the best!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdaug View Post
    NO...The mats in your link are NOT the same ones that Spock is referring to, which are only available through Canadian Mazda dealers. I have the "Canadian" mats. They are the best!!!
    Do you know anything about the ones I posted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spock View Post
    I have and recommend the Mazda-branded All-Weather mats. Excellent coverage for protection from mud and snow. They are more expensive than the 3D maxspider mats, but look much nicer, with the silver Mazda logo.

    These mats are available from a Mazda dealer in Canada. This dealer offers 10 - 20% off coupons frequently.

    https://mazdashop.ca/collections/201...cx-5-2017-2018

    https://mazdashop.ca/products/premiu...cx-5-2017-2018
    Iíll have to admit the Canadian mats look top notch.
    2019 CX5 GT deep crystal blue mica

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    Quote Originally Posted by macandal View Post
    Are these mats the same you're recommending in your post?

    2018 CX-5 Cargo Tray/All-Weather Floor Mats

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    Those are not the same as the Canadian or MAXpider mats.

    Quote Originally Posted by macandal View Post
    Do you know anything about the ones I posted?
    If I may chime in, I looked at those at the dealer. Thick and rubber. If you don*t mind the overwhelming smell of rubber vet those. I also recommend MAXpider or the Canadian oem as they are both made by MAXpider. I have never owned Weathertech but my neighbor has them and the rear mats move around under foot. I have owned Huskyliners for 13 years in a Silverado and the never wore through. I have them now in a Honda and I like them. I have MAXpiders for the cx5 and the quality is above Husky*s and WeatherTechs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sterg View Post
    I also recommend MAXpider or the Canadian oem as they are both made by MAXpider.
    FYI, the 3D MAXpiders and the oem "Canadian" all weather mats are made by U-Guard Automotive Inc., out of Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada

    http://uguardautomotive.com/

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