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All Weather Cargo Mats

Discussion in 'Model 3' started by Linderloos, Jul 1, 2018.

  1. Linderloos

    Linderloos New Member

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    Does anybody have any experience with the "all weather cargo mats? How do they fit? Thanks so much!!
     
  2. Big Dog

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    I bought the Tesla mat for the frunk and it fit perfectly.
     
  3. Linderloos

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    Thank you for your reply!! Can you tell me if the mat in the frunk "slips" at all, or does it stay firmly in place? Again, I really appreciate your reply!!
     
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    aronth5 Long Time Follower

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    They fit well. I slide my daughter's pedi wheelchair in and out the back and it holds well.

    Now waiting for the Tuxmat floor liners which are better than Weathertechs for snowy climates. Expected to be available this month
     
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    Only used it once, but it stayed firmly in place (with fruits and vegetables). You'll note that the M3 frunk is not flat, so the mat has to bend with the floor. But, the mat has an excellent fit, so its snug around all sides. Just ordered one from Tesla for the rear.
     
  6. Linderloos

    Linderloos New Member

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    EXCELLENT! THANK YOU!!! Have you any experience with those kind of mats INSIDE-such as the front passenger/driver's side? We have a lot of pets, and need something (NOT a carpet) that will clean easy....:)
     
  7. legend502

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    personally I don't think the rear seat section fits that well. For me they bunch up in the corners and I'm not happy with that. Drivers and Passenger front are just fine.
     
  8. Linderloos

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    Thank you. Legend 502! We are doing tons of research, but it's so hard to find someone that has had experience with the product...lots of information ABOUT the product though! I appreciate your input!! THANK YOU!:)
     
  9. Nikola M3

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    Does the trunk mat raise the "fuzz" on the factory floor material?
     
  10. sandange

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    I noticed that the trunk carpet on the showroom model here in Montreal did have the fuzz raised on it.
    I'll be putting a protective mat there when I get mine
     
  11. Nikola M3

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    When I picked up my M3 the delivery person was excited to show me how the charge cable bag had velcro on it's bottom and could be placed anywhere without sliding around. She stuck it to several places in the trunk and peeled it up fuzzing the material on the hatch door. I was unable to make it look right trying several methods including a hair dryer to lay down the fuzz. I eventually had the SC order a new hatch cover.
     
  12. Big Dog

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    At delivery, our SC guy warned us about the cable bag velcro ripping up the floor of the car. He suggested only leaving it in the side compartment held by the netting.

    btw: anyone thought of putting it under the frunk? (There is a lot of space available where the front motor will go in the P models.)
     
  13. insaneoctane

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    What netting?
     
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    Anyone else know about this netting?
     
  15. Big Dog

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    sorry, wrong car. I meant the little storage pocket/space on the side behind the wheel. The cable bag can sit there in the indentation without rolling/bouncing around.
     
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    Got it. Yes I like the flexibility of that cubby and would like to leave it available if possible. I'm thinking of getting the RPM Tesla trunk and frunk organizers...
     

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