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Cargo liner that isn't a slip-n'-slide?

Brand new Model Y owner here! Glad to have joined the community and to have ditched my gas-guzzling Mercedes GLK.

I frequently drive around with my 70 lb long-haired dog in the back, meaning the seats are often folded flat. I pulled out an old cargo liner that I had (something of this ilk that covers the trunk space and the rear seat backs), forgetting that a previous dog struggled with it. It's too slippery. Cargo suffered the same fate...as did my current dog. It's like a slip-n'-slide back there!

Can any of you recommend a cargo liner that fits the Model Y and won't promote dogs and cargo sliding around in the turns?
 
I bought the complete set of Tesmanian floor mats. Although I love the Front/Rear passenger mats, the cargo area mat was just too slick. I took a long cross-country trip with luggage in the back and every time I went around a corner the luggage and other items would just slide all over the place. I've since switched to the ToughPro mat with Hex pattern Rubber and it works much better. My luggage no longer slides.

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Planning to get the Tesmanian cargo liner and second row seat back cover mats, and my pup will ride in the back. But it has occurred to me that I may also need to protect the second row seats... a 5 minute test drive with the dog a couple of days ago resulted in another 5 minutes of me vacuuming his hair off the seats :rolleyes: Is anyone using something other than a hammock to protect their second row seats? I have 2nd row hammock in my current car, and it's a pain to take it down and put it back up any time I need to use the seat for passengers other than the pup.
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Welcome to the sheddy dog club 😂. Our pup loves ridding in the back of the Y and we have the Tasmanian Cargo Liner and seat backs and they work great. We didn’t velcro down the Cargo mat to the carpet so its east to just remove and shake out. That said, there really is no way to contain the fur if you have a sheddy pup and it still gets everywhere. We bought this and it does help contain the hair fall out a bit.
 
Welcome to the sheddy dog club 😂. Our pup loves ridding in the back of the Y and we have the Tasmanian Cargo Liner and seat backs and they work great. We didn’t velcro down the Cargo mat to the carpet so its east to just remove and shake out. That said, there really is no way to contain the fur if you have a sheddy pup and it still gets everywhere. We bought this and it does help contain the hair fall out a bit.
Definitely a card-carrying member of the sheddy dog club - with black hair and a white undercoat, he can do a number on any color interior 😂

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I just bought something similar to the Topfit cargo liner. It's more expensive, but the sides go up higher, it includes full coverage for the two small side wells in the back...and most importantly, the rear seat covers are separate, so you can still raise/lower all 3 sections separately.

Worth-Mats

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I bought it for my 5-seater 2022 Y (they don't have one for 7-seaters). They say they can fit: "Tesla MODEL 3 MODEL Y 5 Seat MODEL X 5/6/7 Seat MODEL S"

It estimated delivery at 4-8 weeks. I got mine in under 3. I didn't pay the $10 for a "logo" (the name of the car stitched on), and they even emailed to confirm, but I got "Model Y" in gold thread in 3 places. Maybe I can black it out with a sharpie.

The big mat on the floor just sits on top, like most cargo mats - so you can easily slip it out if need be. The vertical sections on the seat backs and side walls attach via small velcro patches along the edges. Where there's carpet, the velcro sticks to that. Where there's plastic, they include both side of the velcro, one with sticky backing.

What I like about them:
  • Pretty full coverage!
  • Can still fold down each of the three seat pieces separately
  • Can still access the subtrunk, buttons and latches, etc
  • They are pretty lightweight
  • Nice feeling, slightly padded material with almost no smell
  • The material is a reasonable match for the car's interior
  • Pretty good fit
  • Pretty easy to install
What I don't like, so far:
  • I asked for an all-black, no-logo liner. I got "Model Y" stitched in gold in 3 places
  • With the liners on the side walls, it's pretty impossible to lift the full-width cover of the shallow storage area in front of the subtrunk. Oh well, it was pretty small and hard to get to anyway.
  • When you put the seats up, sometimes the seat liners snag on the trunk floor. Not hard to manage...assuming both hands are free
  • They are a lot more expensive than cargo liners I've used in the past (but this is much better coverage)
I just put 'em in, so it's possible I will come to hate them after some use. Maybe:
  • They will be slippery?
  • They will not wear well?
  • They will not stay in place?
  • How "waterproof" will they be? It says the material is waterproof, but it has an awful lot of stitching...
Here is how it looks with all the seats folded down:

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And with just one seat folded:

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They have properly-placed cutouts so you can access everything you need:

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It's still easy to get full access to the trunk well:

Trunk well.jpg


Seat back detail. You do have to remove the headrests, but that's pretty easy:

Seatback closeup.jpg


Side detail:

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