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Looking to buy a tan rubber cargo mat so that I don't rough up the back cargo area. I see that Porsche only sells a black one, can anyone recommend one I should purchase I see a lot out there and not sure on the quality. I do want someting that is rubber\plastic and not carpet.

2005 Cayenne S

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Looking to buy a tan rubber cargo mat so that I don't rough up the back cargo area. I see that Porsche only sells a black one, can anyone recommend one I should purchase I see a lot out there and not sure on the quality. I do want someting that is rubber\plastic and not carpet.

2005 Cayenne S

have you try weathertech.com

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Thanks I have seen them as well as a few others. was wondering if anyone had tried them and and recomendations

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I've got the black weathertech in my Cayenne and have used them in other Audi and BMW products- happy with them and they fit well.

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My wife's Grand Cherokee has had a Weathertech rear mat for 7-8 years and it is still in great shape despite some abuse. I'd recommend it.

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I bought the Porsche rear mat and felt it was too much like hard plastic without nonskid. Thus, stuff still slide around in the back. I returned it and bought the Weathertech rear mats. Much better, nonskid and more rubbery. Highly recommend it. I have the Porsche floor mats for the driver/passenger cabin. Very thick rubber. Highly recommend it as well.

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I bought the Porsche rear mat and felt it was too much like hard plastic without nonskid. Thus, stuff still slide around in the back. I returned it and bought the Weathertech rear mats. Much better, nonskid and more rubbery. Highly recommend it. I have the Porsche floor mats for the driver/passenger cabin. Very thick rubber. Highly recommend it as well.

Do you know who makes the Porsche factory mat, Weathertech or Husky maybe? I have the weathertech in other cars and love it but was curious about comparisons to Husky if anyone has that brand cargo liner. Specifically, is it hard and things slide like the factory mat? Thanks!

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I hae the Porsche full liner in back, the one that protects the sides and rear of the seats also. It is slippery but I bought a non slip under rug mat from Target and cut it to size with no slippage anymore

I bought the Porsche rear mat and felt it was too much like hard plastic without nonskid. Thus, stuff still slide around in the back. I returned it and bought the Weathertech rear mats. Much better, nonskid and more rubbery. Highly recommend it. I have the Porsche floor mats for the driver/passenger cabin. Very thick rubber. Highly recommend it as well.

Do you know who makes the Porsche factory mat, Weathertech or Husky maybe? I have the weathertech in other cars and love it but was curious about comparisons to Husky if anyone has that brand cargo liner. Specifically, is it hard and things slide like the factory mat? Thanks!

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I put all weathertech mats in and they are great. The fit is perfect.

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