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Rubber Floor Mats for Winter?

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Any suggestions on a FITTED heavy duty floor mat for a 2002 Carrera 4S to be driven in winter?

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Any suggestions on a FITTED heavy duty floor mat for a 2002 Carrera 4S to be driven in winter?

I heard mixed reviews on the weathertech mats. Apparently you have to cut them to fit. I am also interested on any recommendations people have.

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I tried OEM black rubber floor mat for my Cayenne & others for my C4. The black rubber mats look so dirty no matter how well you clean it. After that, I switched to coco mats. It has rubber bottom the same as the rubber mat but with a nice patten to match the color of the color. There were custom made from www.cocomats.com.

Pictures of my mats:

http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?&...age_mod&id=1617

http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?&...age_mod&id=1618

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Any suggestions on a FITTED heavy duty floor mat for a 2002 Carrera 4S to be driven in winter?

my experience is stay away from OEM since they don't usually hold enough water (melted snow). the weathertech ones are nice but do need to be trimmed. so if there will be snow, go with the weathertech ones. or if it's just rain, go with the oem ones.

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I was told by my dealer Manhattan Motor Cars, that they don't have OEM rubber mats for the 996. Did I get the wrong info?

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I was told by my dealer Manhattan Motor Cars, that they don't have OEM rubber mats for the 996. Did I get the wrong info?

I would say you got the right information. I've never seen rubber mats listed as an OEM option either at a dealer or on the PCNA website.

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I have been pleased with the RubberTite Floor Mats from AutoAnything.com in Boxster, Cayenne and C4S. They are cut reasonably will and hold water

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I have been pleased with the RubberTite Floor Mats  from AutoAnything.com in Boxster, Cayenne and C4S.  They are cut reasonably will and hold water

what do you mean when your profile says acura... for my customers to see? lol

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