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Discussion in 'Model 3: Interior & Exterior' started by bottomsup, Sep 1, 2018.
do they come included?
Floor mats, yes. Trunk mats, no.
Yes, you get standard carpeted floor mats.
I’ve got these all-weather in order:
3D MAXPIDER MODEL 3 FLOOR LINERS L1TL00401509
Anyone else think the front floor carpet and trunk carpet material quite cheap? Our carpet (sic) in the truck is piling and we don’t hav five hundred miles on the car yet.
As noted in another post, the material adjacent to the windshield looks little better than a thin black air filter foam. Just sayin not quite the quality of a $60,000 + car, for the privilege of driving a Tesla.
You can buy them at Costco also.
I was just checking those out...look better than the Weather Techs
The floor mats are really basic but they need to become profitable and I'd rather they skimp on the floor mats than all the other important stuff that makes the Tesla a magical car.
Exactly, who actually has ever used to floor mats that come with the vehicle? I have always just assumed to get better mats and a trunk liner as part of the cost of the vehicle. It was also always easy to get that thrown in but, not a thing with Tesla’s.... and I’m fine with that. Best damn car I’ve ever driven.
The TuxMats. IMO, are the most protective, high quality mats for the interior of the TM3. They also make matching mats for the frunk, trunk and sub trunk at additional cost. They cover just about every exposed carpeted area, including areas around the pedals, console, and between the seats and door. They look very luxurious, unlike the mats that come with the car.
Let’s hope that same logic wasn’t used for the lug nuts, or the bolts holding the steering wheel to the car, or the doors.
Had heavy rubber floor mats on my X, but like the form fitting Maxpider ones much better.
They look better, offer better coverage and feel better under my feet.
Those are pretty cool...where'd you get them?
I have. the mats in my lexus were way nicer
Yes ... cheap and tacky mats! Looking for a replacement.
Too lumpy and ghetto looking ... need some thing more classier
Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. So you certainly are entitled to your opinion.
Yet, I'm not sure what you mean by "ghetto looking", but many have commented to me how luxurious these mats look. The lumps you speak of, in fact, feel plush and provide gutters for water to drain away from your shoes. If you have found classier mats that are just as protective, we would like to see them but your remark of "ghetto looking" might lack class in many people's eyes.
No need to get your "you know what" all bunched up.
Same here. I ordered mats from EV Tuning solutions on Aug. 29 and have yet to receive them or even find out when they will be shipped. I just took delivery of my M3 on Monday and can’t stand how quickly the original mats attract grass, etc.