Subaru makes some nice rubber mats.
This is a discussion on Floor Mats within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I just moved to the snow, and I want to know who makes the best mud mat style floor mat ...
I just moved to the snow, and I want to know who makes the best mud mat style floor mat for my 2004 Subaru WRX STI... any suggestions!?
+1 for the rubber subaru mats
+2 for subaru. I have them in my car right now. First week i had them wife asian chicken salad dumped into one and they held everything even the dressing
Btw my car was only a month old at the time
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Anyone else have an issue with the OEM rubber mats?
They are high quality/nice weight but dont cover enough of the floor in my 06 and are so rigid that they don't lay down the way they should.
I pulled mine out and put some heavy duty buth high quality generic mats down that I cut to fit- a little less expensive and I dont have to worry about the carpet getting any snow/salt stains where the subie versions would not cover.
Just make sure you take the Subaru mats out to your car and test the fitment before you buy them.
Joe/Flyin' Under The RadarThe Legendary Hammerdown Wagon
Yea, I do live in the snow. I'll take it down to kragen or pep boys this week.
There are several different types of Subaru rubber floor mats. There is the typical one(all weather), diagonal serrations that can be found just about everywhere. I have a set of rubbers with little bumps and dimples (hehe sounds dirty I know) at the floor plate area and have horizontal heel-pad ridges under your feet to anchor. I think there are others as well.
Mine aren't very deep for the same reason they are good for driving. In in cars, I try to kick the crap on the boots before getting in....girls don't always understand this bit but they often wear thin high heels in winter but nice(and which don't pick up the grit much anyway.)
I got the Subaru rubber all weather ones for xmas. I agree that they do not fit well. They are a bit small and they definitely do NOT lay flat. You would have thought that if they were a bit molded to the curve of the floor they would have been better. But it's alot better than not having them.
Hawk-Eye Alliance #19
'06 wrx limited
Around the middle of the page are the general all-weather mats. I've never had these in my car, but a few friends do and they stay flat and should be anchored by that little plastic stud.
That said, if one was hardcore about it....pull out the mats, pull out the carpets and use bedliner!
+1 on subaru mats, they may be stiff at first but will in a week or 2 mold themselves to the contor of the floor
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