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I have a new in box set of MAXpider Kagu floormats for the 1st gen Cruze. Asking $65 shipped in CONUS.

Couple things you should know up front (they are warranty replacements)

Advantages:

-Cleaner look than Weathertech / Husky / Maxliner
-Good grip (feet don't slide around wet or muddy)
-Good fitment (in my 11' model)

Disadvantages:

-The holes for the carpet stud are larger than the stud, and not sealed, so some water / mud / debris can get through
-They fell apart on me after only ~6 months of what I'll call severe to extreme service. You should get more lifespan out of lighter use.

For a comparison since I have heavier duty Maxliner mats now, I really miss how well the MAXpider mats gripped, and looked in my car. Didn't want to ruin a second set though since I am in and out of the vehicle so much with muddy workboots, and have to spray out my mats 1-3 times a week.

I have 100% positive feedback accounts on eBay and Heatware if you need some buyer reassurance. For that matter, they are listed on eBay now if you would prefer that route.

 

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I have a new in box set of MAXpider Kagu floormats for the 1st gen Cruze. Asking $65 shipped in CONUS.

Couple things you should know up front (they are warranty replacements)

Advantages:

-Cleaner look than Weathertech / Husky / Maxliner
-Good grip (feet don't slide around wet or muddy)
-Good fitment (in my 11' model)
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Disadvantages:

-The holes for the carpet stud are larger than the stud, and not sealed, so some water / mud / debris can get through
-They [URL="http://www.cruzetalk.com/forum/11-gen1-appearance-body-detailing-interior/156425-avoid-3d-maxpider-kagu-floor-mats.html"]fell apart on me[/URL] after only ~6 months of what I'll call severe to extreme service. You should get more lifespan out of lighter use.

For a comparison since I have heavier duty Maxliner mats now, I really miss how well the MAXpider mats gripped, and looked in my car. Didn't want to ruin a second set though since I am in and out of the vehicle so much with muddy workboots, and have to spray out my mats 1-3 times a week.

I have 100% positive feedback accounts on eBay and Heatware if you need some buyer reassurance. For that matter, they are listed on eBay now if you would prefer that route.

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can you show me more pics?
 
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