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Just curious if anyone has used the GM/Chevy branded floor liners, as opposed to Husky, WeatherTech, etc?
If so; what are your thoughts and experiences with using them? Quality and durability?
 

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I have them, they were ordered with the car.(not by me) They don't offer they same coverage as Husky or Weathertechs. They fit like factory though obviously. Better than Weathertechs do in my previous Cobalts, my Impala and my 1500.
 

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I think they're nice. Way better than stock floor mats. I had credit in my GM rewards so I got the front set for my car and they were great over the winter. The fit is very good although the side closest to the door is a little looser than I'd prefer. It make sense because that's the part of the mat with the least amount of structure but I'm a stickler so I notice it. Having said that it doesn't interfere with driving at all.
 

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I wish they went under the accelerator pedal more, and farther back towards the seat rails. One of my friends does a lot of custom polyurethane work, and we are probably gonna try and make a set that covers a lot more area (I hate that dirt gets in my exposed seat track)
 

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I had weather tech in my 15 Cruze diesel and I have GM in my 18 Cruze Premier, I probably prefer the GM ones, they are both good. The GM ones just look like factory stuff. I have front and back with the GM ones on the 18, look very nice and fit is outstanding.
 

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Yes, I have the factory all weather floor mats and cargo liner in my 2014 Diva. I went with these because I had purchased the weathertech trim to fit liners and was very displeased by how much coverage I didn't have.

These not only fit perfectly, but when you scrub and wash them they dry very quickly. $45 for the floor liners and $54 for the cargo liner.

My two cents.
 

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Floor mats, or floor liners? Thats awful cheap for liners.
All my local dealers are selling them for at least $200, one as high as $250. I lol'd at that one. Got a full set from a Fla dealership much cheaper, even with shipping. They are due to arrive on Fri.
 
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