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I purchased these floor mats in October for the first full winter with my Cruze. It seemed they would be a good floor mat that looked a little sharper than the offerings from Weathertech, Husky, or Maxliner, but still had the all weather aspect. Made in USA with lots of good online reviews. The only fault I had with them initially is the openings for the floor pins don't seal, so water and some debris could get through to the carpet below. After about two months, a hole wore into where my right foot rest, and about two weeks ago, the whole reinforced section began separating.

Granted, I was hard on them wearing boots most of the winter, and washing them out weekly, but that's kinda what you buy an all weather floor mat for!

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My advice is to avoid these. Not even sure if will bother with a warranty claim since replacements would suffer the same fate. They are made by a company called U-Ace, and sold under the names MAXpider Kagu and Aries StyleGuard I believe.

Side note, trying to decide between Husky or Maxliners for my next floor mat...
 

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I was actually just looking at ordering these.....probably still will just case I don't want my Cruze interior looking like the bed liner of a truck with the weather techs/husky ones.

I wonder if the repeated water rinses broke down the material on the heel rest? Although I wouldn't be surprised if it was the road salt.

Nevertheless if it's from the salt I don't mind getting a new set of floor mats every winter if is covered under warranty.
 

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I got the oem GM all weather mats I'm happy & got them on ebay for $25 inside $34 for the trunk. IMO good enough for what I do to my car
 

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My 2011 has hooks on both sides, 2015 only on drivers side. They put holes on both sides for the original years and they still fit the newer years.
 

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Actually just got these from eBay (The Aries Styleguard/3D Maxpider). The fit and coverage is great and looks 10x better than the bedliner look of the WeatherTech/Husky mats.

Even better, the fit isn't compromised at all by placing these on top of the snapped-in stock Cruze mats for added protection in case these do ever leak from winter/rain/etc.

I also went OCD and had some extra carpet mats laying around that I velcro'd on top of the Aries mats. Nothing moves, everything is stable, and the new Aeries mats are protected just in case there's a little more winter and salt hiding the next few weeks here in Ohio.
 
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