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Best way to get all weather mats?

OEM ones are made by weather tech. They fit perfectly

Cool, I figured they fit great. Just wanted to see if there were any alternatives since $345 seems like a lot for mats but I definitely prefer having the OEM ones if others are anywhere near the same price. I was debating even getting the frunk one but now that I see the car doesn't even come with a fabric one for the frunk I guess I'll go ahead and do the all weather one there too.
The MAXpider is good in front/rear and cargo liner. I also have the generic cheap eBay TPE liners for frunk and sub-trunk and they fit and work great as well.

I haven't seen the Tuxmats on a Model 3, but I liked the Chevy Bolt Tuxmats better than the MAXpider on the Model 3 based on the amount of coverage for wintertime slop.

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