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T-1000

Member
Jan 13, 2019
15
7
Newark, CA
My mats just got delivered. All 3 mats fit well and hug the side walls as expected. All the mats have those "gripper pins" (not sure what they called) to ensure the mats stay in place. Additionally, the drivers mat has 3 velco type circles (2 top and 1 bottom corner) and the front passenger has 1 velco (bottom corner)to keep them in place.

The rear mat is a little odd. The passenger's side fit the passenger's seats rails rather snuggly. Whereas the driver's side, the opening for the rail is rather wide. And if you look at the website pictures, you'll notice the gap is considerably wider on the drivers side compared to the passengers side. It's a bit of a head scratcher. Anyway, I don't necessarily think if the gap was narrower, it'll do anything to keep my youngest from spilling drinks or tracking dirt that area...he always finds a way to put something somewhere I never thought possible! :)

Overall, I'm happy with the purchase and the OEM look of it.
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I am mad that these weren't available when I bought my all weather mats. I had the first version that doesn't full cover the back area. It's also two pieces too. I wonder if they would sell just the back.
 

RayF

Member
Jul 10, 2019
11
9
Saratoga, CA
I just got a Model 3 built in July. The inside rail on the driver's seat has some hardware on both sides that isn't on the passenger seat. I notice that the factory installed the rear carpet a little to the left; probably for clearance.
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Baxter

Member
Jun 25, 2019
6
1
Morgan Hill, Ca.
Those gaps are very weird! As far as the mats themselves, I passed on the earlier Tesla ones because they did not have raised sides. We actually get snow in northern Arizona so that was a deal killer for me. Instead, I got the MAXspiders (https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B07D9GMYG8/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1), which also cover the entire dead pedal. They fit with no gaps. The gap on the Tesla would bug me no end.

I got the Maxpider mats as well. Front, Rear and the Trunk mat. All fit excellent and glad I got them since so far they look the best out of all the other mats I've seen for the Mod 3's
 

btownalset

Member
Jun 28, 2019
182
209
South Central Indiana

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dotti105

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May 15, 2018
1
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The Villages, Florida
Well, that is disappointing! I really would expect it to fit well on both sides of the rear. I also am bugged by the dead pedal 1/2 coverage. I have actually bought upgraded metal pedals (like in the performance model) and a dead pedal to match, so these would not work for me without me taking an "exacto-knife" blade to it to remove the 1/2 coverage.

I will keep looking.....
 

Kitfox

Member
Aug 17, 2019
147
100
Vancouver, WA
Ordered these last week (I'm on a shopping spree for all the things. <.< ). One thing occurs to me now that I'm looking at the overall configuration more closely. My prior cars have had solid physical hooks to hold the driver's mat in place so there is absolutely no way for it to creep forward and interfere with the pedals, while the passenger side mats didn't, just a normal hook and loop/Velcro bottom over the entire bottom. Normal passenger foot movement made me have to pull the passenger mat back frequently.

Do folks who have this already find that the mats hold position well, or do they suffer from creep with feet pushing them forward? (I know, not out long, so I may have to just do an accelerated activity test or somesuch to see.)
 

dingmah

Member
May 4, 2019
61
49
Canada
Do folks who have this already find that the mats hold position well, or do they suffer from creep with feet pushing them forward? (I know, not out long, so I may have to just do an accelerated activity test or somesuch to see.)
No creep at all on the driver and front passenger mat. These mats have strong velcro on the back side of it that grips hard to the carpet. The second row mats are come up the carpet far enough that it effectively wedges itself to the floor.

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Kitfox

Member
Aug 17, 2019
147
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Vancouver, WA
Oh good! I'm looking forward to them arriving. I think I got a notification that they shipped, so I should track them. o_O See if the carrier sends them to the wrong side of the country like they've done with some of my Amazon Tesla-Stuff Shopping Spree. XD *Continues waiting for parts shipped from California to return from West Virginia.*
 
Aug 19, 2019
57
14
Maui
Hm... I was super set on buying the new OEM all weather mats before my Model 3 arrives, but now I'm back to eyeing the Maxpider.

I get 0 inches of snow on my island, but we do get nasty rains so that dead pedal area on the OEMs are bothering me. I thought the $40 discount on the OEMs compared to the Maxpider was only due to them trying to undercut Maxpider but there seems to be way more material on the Maxpider. Maybe I'll get Maxpider for the interior and OEM all weather for the trunk.
 
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Rachmaninov

Supporting Member
Jul 17, 2019
220
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NJ
There is a new Tesla accident report today. Initial reports indicate that the accident happened while auto parking due to a floor mat getting stuck on the accelerator pedal.

Simple cosmetic changes can sometimes cause dramatic unexpected results. Let’s all be careful with the changes we make.
 

jordanair45

2019 Model 3 SR+ w/ FSD
Mar 28, 2012
210
163
N.Cal
Just installed mine today. Look fine to me. With my seat in regular driving position you can't even see the rail gap in the rear, but its there. I live in CA, no one ever sits in the back, I think I'll be ok. Plus, with most mats, the coverage is even less than these. So.

Seem lightweight and durable, exactly what I wanted


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MagnusMako

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Jan 29, 2019
798
1,394
Austin, TX
I went with the ToughPRO Floor Mats Set. They are very heavy duty (about 25 pounds total) and fit very precisely, especially in the rear. They are cleated on the bottom and held up well with no creep during this past weekends road trip and river activities with friends.

Here's some photo's of them after getting some use if anyone is curious. I personally like the honeycomb design because it traps debris/water well.

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jordanair45

2019 Model 3 SR+ w/ FSD
Mar 28, 2012
210
163
N.Cal
Thanks to all who posted reviews and photos of the Tesla mats. Installed them last night and they are what I was looking for.

They really do flow nicely with the design of the car. Most rubber mats are pretty *ugly.

No disrespect to anyone with the maxspider (or whatever) mats, because I could understand how you might want a better design vs aesthetics...

But I would still argue that maybe just because the way Tesla mats look, doesn't mean they don't perform well *shrug.
 
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