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    Quote Originally Posted by Boogie View Post
    Has anybody tried these?!?! I'm getting a bit impatient waiting for the 3d maxpiders to be available. I want the middle of the back row covered as well, thanks for the feedback!

    https://www.amazon.com/SMARTLINER-Fl...gateway&sr=8-4
    We just got these today from Amazon. The fit is excellent. They feel pretty plasticy though, not so much rubbery, if that makes sense. I think next time I'd spend a little more for the weathertechs, but these will do the job fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bscott182 View Post
    We just got these today from Amazon. The fit is excellent. They feel pretty plasticy though, not so much rubbery, if that makes sense. I think next time I'd spend a little more for the weathertechs, but these will do the job fine.
    I don't like the Weathertechs.

    I have a dirt/gravel driveway, and after a week or two the ground in dirt has stained the driver's side to the point I cannot get the original black back...after only 2 weeks. And I'm retired. I don't drive every day.

    The mat does not cover the entire left footrest, meaning that the top half of your shoe is on carpet, and it gets dirty.

    There is insufficient protection by the gas pedal, and dirt & junk accumulate at the base of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bscott182 View Post
    We just got these today from Amazon. The fit is excellent. They feel pretty plasticy though, not so much rubbery, if that makes sense. I think next time I'd spend a little more for the weathertechs, but these will do the job fine.
    thanks for the update!

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    I have a question on the Maxpiders for someone that has them. The website says they hav three layers, and the top layer looks fairly thin next to the foam inner layer. Is the top layer thick enough to not wear prematurely? I really want these but I may end up with the Huskyliners as nobody seems to ever have black ones in stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sterg View Post
    I have a question on the Maxpiders for someone that has them. The website says they hav three layers, and the top layer looks fairly thin next to the foam inner layer. Is the top layer thick enough to not wear prematurely? I really want these but I may end up with the Huskyliners as nobody seems to ever have black ones in stock.
    I had Maxpiders in my last CX-5 and after 3 years there was wear through the top layer where my right heal rested on the mat in front of the accelerator pedal. Now I have the Mazda all weather (Canadian) mats that I am certain are made for Mazda by the same company that makes the Maxpiders. The material looks exactly the same other than a slight difference in the pattern. The only issue I have at the moment is that after 3 months of owning these mats, and salty snow on the mats, the clips(under the mats) holding the CX-5 badges in place have rusted off. Hopefully Mazda can resolve this for me, as I have explained my concern to them already.
    Last edited by kdaug; 05-14-2019 at 09:07 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdaug View Post
    I had Maxpiders in my last CX-5 and after 3 years there was wear through the top layer where my right heal rested on the mat in front of the accelerator pedal. Now I have the Mazda all weather (Canadian) mats that I am certain are made for Mazda by the same company that makes the Maxpiders. The material looks exactly the same other than a slight difference in the pattern. The only issue I have at the moment is that after 3 months of owning these mats, and salty snow on the mats, the clips(under the mats) holding the CX-5 badges in place have rusted off. Hopefully Mazda can resolve this for me, as I have explained my concern to them already.
    Thanks kdaug. You helped me make a decision on buying Huskyliners. I have them in my Accord and like them enough to get them for the CX5.

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    I just received the premium floor liners from scarboro mazda! they look awesome! They feel a littlre more on the hard plastice side than I would like, but overall looks and feel good! Will install them tonight

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