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All season mats for M3

Tony_YYZ

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Apr 7, 2016
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Caledon, ON Canada
I'm looking at the 3D Maxpider Kagu mates or the eventual release of Weathertech's solution. Leaning more towards the first option but it's currently not available in Canada. I'll make the decision closer to winter I imagine.
 

rdturner0

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Apr 29, 2018
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I was hoping Tesla might eventually make some available (maybe before winter this year), but I haven't heard anything about them. Anyone else heard if they plan on making some?
 

Tony_YYZ

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Apr 7, 2016
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Caledon, ON Canada
I was hoping Tesla might eventually make some available (maybe before winter this year), but I haven't heard anything about them. Anyone else heard if they plan on making some?

Weathertech makes the floor liners for Tesla. Last I heard from them, they are still in development. They encourage you to reach out on their website to show interest in the Model 3 development.
 

seanucks

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May 15, 2018
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Vancouver
Weather tech/Tesla ones: Elon said they’d be available before winter.... I might just stick my old mats in for the time being till they are available.
 

rdturner0

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Apr 29, 2018
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So
Weather tech/Tesla ones: Elon said they’d be available before winter.... I might just stick my old mats in for the time being till they are available.
Was there context on where winter would be starting (in terms of the date) in Elon's posting...? (Must have missed it). Could vary by a few months depending on where...? (Hopefully he doesn't mean LA....)
 

johndorian

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Mar 25, 2018
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Another option that has better coverage than Weathertech or Maxpider: The Ultimate Car Mat | TuxMat

I've already been in touch with them, this is their response:

Tuxmat said:
Thank you for your interest in TuxMat. The set of custom mats for the 2018 Tesla Model 3 will be available in approximately 4-6 weeks. The first step of scanning the vehicle will take place on the 2nd June; 2-3 weeks after, we expect to receive the prototype for test fitting. If everything fits perfectly, it will take another 2-3 weeks for us to receive our first inventory available for purchase.

So if all goes well available sometime in July.
 
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trevorc

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May 3, 2018
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I'm looking at the 3D Maxpider Kagu mates or the eventual release of Weathertech's solution. Leaning more towards the first option but it's currently not available in Canada. I'll make the decision closer to winter I imagine.

I ordered the 3D Maxpider Kagu mats and will pick them up in Niagara Falls, NY when they run their next batch at the end of July.
 

trevorc

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May 3, 2018
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Niagara
Awesome! You shipping them to somewhere like US Address Inc?

I ship stuff to the UPS Store in Niagara Falls every once in a while. They charge approx 5-10 USD per package based on size. It’s only about 35 mins for me to get there from home, so it’s not too hard to do.
 

Tony_YYZ

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Apr 7, 2016
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Caledon, ON Canada
I ship stuff to the UPS Store in Niagara Falls every once in a while. They charge approx 5-10 USD per package based on size. It’s only about 35 mins for me to get there from home, so it’s not too hard to do.
Gotcha. I've used US Address Inc many times in the past, same deal...$5 a package.
 

Munch

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Mar 19, 2016
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Toronto, ON
Another option that has better coverage than Weathertech or Maxpider: The Ultimate Car Mat | TuxMat

I've already been in touch with them, this is their response:



So if all goes well available sometime in July.

Hmm... these aren't half bad. Especially if they end up being cheaper than the maxpiders or at least have more coverage. Like the maxpider design better though.
 
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Insilin

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May 17, 2018
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Toronto, ON
It does seem to have better coverage though I'm also a but iffy on the design. Hopefully we get a couple more options by the time fall starts coming around.
 

realtycoon

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Apr 5, 2016
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I ended up getting some cheap universal Canadian Tire rubber mats. They actually fit pretty well. I plan on waiting a few months until Tesla, Weathertech etc come up with something.
 
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03DSG

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Apr 5, 2016
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Ontario
I ordered the Tesla branded Weathertech Frunk and Trunk mats from the Tesla online store a month or so ago. I see they are now sold out today.
Weathertech 2018 Tesla Model 3 | Cargo Mat and Trunk Liner for Cars SUVs and Minivans | WeatherTech.ca has the same ones online branded Weathertech instead of Tesla. More expensive than Tesla.

Tesla trunk mat $160
Weathertech trunk mat $190

Tesla frunk mat $105
Weathertech frunk mat $160

Personally I’m waiting for the Tesla/Weathertech floor mats. Will just use the stock Tesla carpet mats until then.
 
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