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Old 12-12-2017, 11:10 AM   #1
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WeatherTech floor mats for a Sprinter

Anyone have experience using WeatherTech floor mats in their Sprinter? From what I have read, a great product from a great company. My concern is if they cause you to trip going to and from the coach to the front.
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Old 12-14-2017, 12:33 AM   #2
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I am happy with m y WeatherTech Mats. In the I r fourth year and look great
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Old 12-28-2017, 02:27 AM   #3
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Anyone have experience using WeatherTech floor mats in their Sprinter? From what I have read, a great product from a great company. My concern is if they cause you to trip going to and from the coach to the front.
I just ordered some, I will *try* to remember to come back and post about them. But it will be several months before we unwrap the MH.

We just bought a Subaru Forester for a tow vehicle and bought floor mats from the dealer. I certainly wish I had gotten them from WeatherTech. These Subaru mats are too flimsy. I have had better mats from Costco and cost much much less.
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Old 12-28-2017, 10:11 PM   #4
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"We just bought a Subaru Forester for a tow vehicle"

Can this be towed 4 wheels down?

The Honda CRV was the only jap car that could , but Honda screwed it up with its newest transmission.

I tried to get the weather tech floor mats a year ago, but their concept for a Sprinter was a full set for front and passenger compartment , as used in commercial Sprinters.

They had no idea how to sell the front set , with out the rear.

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Old 12-29-2017, 08:22 AM   #6
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Can this be towed 4 wheels down?

The Honda CRV was the only jap car that could , but Honda screwed it up with its newest transmission.
The Honda HR-V and Fit are both flat towable when equipped with manual transmissions.

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Our Subaru Forester is manual transmission. More and more vehicles are going CVT. Better MPG.


Weathertech floorliner Stock # 45249-1-2. It’s only front and center. I hope it’s the correct item.

I thought I shopped for this before and needed to know if it was 2500 or 3500. But the form didn’t ask, I guess that was something else
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Anyone have experience using WeatherTech floor mats in their Sprinter? From what I have read, a great product from a great company. My concern is if they cause you to trip going to and from the coach to the front.
Back to the floor mat question: I considered Weathertec, but looked around and found that there are mats made especially for MBS cabs. I bought a set this spring and am pleased with them, especially since they passed the spilled cup of tea test on my wife side! Mat caught all the tea and never got to the carpet - this is after the spill, looking for a place to stop, getting out, finding paper towels and then cleaning mats. Here's the link: https://www.sprinterpartsdepot.com/c...ber-floor-mats I do recommend these as performing well for all season mats.
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Thanks. I will get some mats next Spring.
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We have the MH parked and covered. I put in the Weathertec mats, fits really perfectly, except for the extra center rectangle that goes between the driver and passenger seats. Itís not bad, itís just the giant main one is so perfect. None of it looks like a trip hazard. FYI.
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