I paid $139.95 plus $18.00 shipping plus $5.95 insurance for a total of $163.90. Not a lot more than the other one piece mat available for PM. Weathertech is very high quality and American made with American materials, and American machinery. Being that this is a brand new product (released on tuesday), I don't think you'll find them anywhere else yet. Weathertech is marketing them through Ebay and directly through their website. Both seem to be the exact same price. I'm sure they will be available elsewhere later, but this seems to be how they start out with new product. If no one else has yet, I'll post a pic of the mat installed. Fed Ex tracking says I should have it tomorrow.How much is everyone paying for the floor mat? Prices here are usually inflated so I want to add in the dollar exchange to see what I should be paying.
The description says it is a one piece tray. Most of their other mats of this type go from sill-plate to sill-plate. Just my guess, but I'm thinking it will have a raised lip creating a gutter of sorts that will span the area just in front of the seat brackets. I don't think there will be anything extending rearward between the seats. Many of us have the three person seating so there is no area between the seats. As for the price, its not that much more than the other one piece mats I've seen for the PM. I'll pay more if I believe it's better quality. I'll also pay more for an item that is manufactured in America. Not that there aren't fine quality items manufactured elsewhere, but the idea that everything we buy should be constantly cheaper and imported is driving my country broke. I had to think long and hard before purchasing a Mexican built PM. What finally drove me to that decision was Ford's failure to have 6'4" ceiling clearance in the medium roof Transit (the high roof transit is way too tall).waiting for the photos... Im curious to see if they are 1 piece from door sill to door sill...
$150 something is a LOT in my opinion.
Plus.. in between my seats, the center section seems to slope down to the cargo area..
Will the water drip down hill and roll off into the cargo area??
Will it have a 'catch basin' of sorts there at the lowest point??
I'll be anxious to read your revues and see the pictures.
My floor liner came today. The fit on the driver's side through the middle is perfect. The passenger's side seems a little tight front to back. I have a hinged door covering the toolbox area under the passenger's seat. I get the feeling the van WeatherTech designed the mat around may have not had this door. The liner looks like it would be a perfect fit if the door wasn't there. I still think it will do a fine job of protecting the floor. It's just a little bit snug. I'll be contacting WeatherTech to get their thoughts. Please let me know if any of you do not have the door in front of your toolbox as seen in the pics.
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