Good to know!I have an 09 2LT built in sept 08 and have 2 hooks, I just called weathertech and they dont currently have a 2 hook unit in production
I see what you're saying here. I would suggest mashing the gas pedal and sending all the water and muck to the rear of the mat!I'm confused as to why Weather Tech didnt make the slots deeper so water an slush won't pool on top of the mat.
Look near the accelerator, it's just flat. Now, you might say it is safer to not have grooved rubber in that area but Ive used heavy duty rubber mats with deep grooves before without no issues.
I drive distances everyday wearing dress shoes and am in and out quite a bit. The deep grooves keep my feet drier and pants cleaner because they don't get into the wet areas.
Yes, Weather Tech mats will keep your car carpet dry and clean but I think they could have designed them better especially for people that drive in snow and slush on a daily basis.
Nice, good info to have! So, either I'm on the wrong Weather Tech website or the price has come substantially down from the $169 that was discussed a while ago. $99 isn't bad at all for four mats. Especially if they're lasting for years and years. Did you guys get the "Floor Mats All-Weather?"My mats are tan, my carpet is brown, interior colors are brown/tan (ok, officially cocoa/cashmere ). They're available in black and a couple other colors as well, but I don't remember what they are. Head to their website and take a look.
They're comfortable for short and long trips. I've had mine for nearly all of the 21K miles I've put on the car and haven't put the carpets back in. Probably won't, either. When I had my '09 the driver's carpet got the heel wear way too quickly. Glad to have the WT's.
And that's how I keep the water away from my pedals, too.