Liners rather than mats (a Weathertech distinction)?Update -- looks like the front set is now available for Q4/AWD models:
Not for the cost conscious, but IMHO they look good on floor of the car.
Yeah, $650 (w/ trunk liner) for floor mats is a lot in my sensibility.Not for the cost conscious, but IMHO they look good on floor of the car.
There are things I dislike about the WeatherTechs right off the top, e.g. the partially covered dead-pedal, the way they expose the fuse box cover in the passenger footwell, and the texturing/ribbing which looks like something from an ‘80s American car floorliner, but I particularly dislike the mid-height tub walls in such a high contrast situation as black/Crema.I have had the TuxMats installed since delivery in June, and have been very happy with them. But had to give the WeatherTechs a try, given the incredible delay for the AWD/Q4 variants! I actually think WeatherTech has revised the passenger-side sidewell, versus what I'd seen from other owners with Q2 models. This new design clears the 2018 mesh pocket. Pictures taken at night with a flash, so not the greatest.
I'll wait till the slush season to see how well they perform. So far, I'd say the WeatherTechs appear much more like traditional, heavy-duty floor liners. The advantage of the TuxMat is the coverage all up the sides, and over the rear drivetrain arch as well. Their design protects more, but also changes the appearance of the car more (especially on a Lusso Beige interior.) I've been very happy with the protection offered by the TuxMats, but am going to give the WeatherTechs a try to see how I like seeing more of the light carpet.