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OEM all-weather mats landing soon?

This has been mentioned deep in a few other threads, but it looks like two kinds of rubber mats are on their way soon. MoparOnlineParts.com* has listed two items for the Stelvio:


68379777AA $122
82216004AA $146

The first is a relatively flat design that seems like it would let rain and slush roll run right off. The second is more of a "deep-dish" design, which would trap the liquid in most cases.

So the questions would be -- will both of these make it to the Giulia, or is the deeper design possibly exclusive to the Stelvio, with its more "off-road" focus?

(*I believe MoparOnlineParts is an authorized dealer, but not the "official" Mopar site.)
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post #2 of 20 (permalink) Old 03-01-2019, 11:06 AM
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AWD Giulia mats are 82216002AA and RWD are 82216003AA
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Love my Weather Tech mats for my Q4.

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Love my Weather Tech mats for my Q4.
Did you go for the laser measured one? Thought the fit was not that great on the Q4. I've been on the fence ordering because of this.
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I went for the Tuxmats and am glad I did. Perfect fit and styling that mirrors the pattern on the Q4 sport seats.
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I have the Weathertech mats for my Q4 and like them alot. I tried out the Tuxmat and didn't like the look or fit at all.
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I have the weather techs, as well as the trunkliner. Previous poster hit it right on the head. The lip is critical to hold whatever comes off of your feet. Keeps the interior looking like new.

Also, a tip: Chemical Guys makes a product to clean and restore them. Works great.


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Did you go for the laser measured one? Thought the fit was not that great on the Q4. I've been on the fence ordering because of this.
If it is not "perfect", it's good enough for floor mats. Very functional.

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I have the Weathertech mats for my Q4 and like them alot. I tried out the Tuxmat and didn't like the look or fit at all.
Well that's quite odd. You're the first to report a fit problem with Tuxmat, which are otherwise uniformly rated excellently.

What kind of fit issues did you have?

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After a good half hour or more of playing with all of the clips, I realized the extra protection was not worth the hassle and I seriously did not like the look.

Also I regularly take the mats out of the car to dump out the salt and gravel that collect in the winter and that was completely not practical with the Tuxmat. Weathertech just works better for me.
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