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[PartsEngine.ca] U-Guard 3D KAGU Maxpider Floor Mat - $66.00 CAD - $99.99 CAD per 2-pieces ($12 off for both rows)

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[PartsEngine.ca] U-Guard 3D KAGU Maxpider Floor Mat - $66.00 CAD - $99.99 CAD per 2-pieces ($12 off for both rows)

LE: The RFD affiliate link is not working, see post #3 for the link or just right click and hit Search Google.

I was looking for something to change from my "sliding" Weatertech car mats and still get good protection will all the slush and salt that our Canadian winters bring inside the cars and I see there is a CashBack offer on the u-Guard mats. They are well reviewed and most important, they have an anti-skid design on the back which (the lack of) is a deal-breaker in the case you don't have a retention system in place on your front row or back row.

According to their site, they are: "Designed specifically with the rigours of a Canadian winter in mind, the 3D MAXpider mat is the quintessential car and truck accessory for any Canadian driver looking to protect their vehicle's vulnerable interior from mud, salt, and water."

Yes, they're pricey compared with your $24.99 set at Canadian Tire but you want good protection or not? Do you have an expensive car you want to pamper? :)
Last edited by bobitza on Jan 31st, 2018 3:20 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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xblackdemonx wrote:
Jan 31st, 2018 3:35 pm
Link is not working
I see ... "The merchant is not active. " Must be RFD's affiliate link modification system misfiring here.

Here's the link again split in two: (copy paste both parts):

www.partsengine +
.ca/u-guard-3d-kagu-maxpider-floor-mat-in-black-p-54811.aspx

Additional info:
- Free Shipping
- I got charged only 1 of the taxes (on a QC address)
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bobitza wrote:
Jan 31st, 2018 3:20 pm
LE: The RFD affiliate link is not working, see post #3 for the link or just right click and hit Search Google.

I was looking for something to change from my "sliding" Weatertech car mats and still get good protection will all the slush and salt that our Canadian winters bring inside the cars and I see there is a CashBack offer on the u-Guard mats. They are well reviewed and most important, they have an anti-skid design on the back which (the lack of) is a deal-breaker in the case you don't have a retention system in place on your front row or back row.

According to their site, they are: "Designed specifically with the rigours of a Canadian winter in mind, the 3D MAXpider mat is the quintessential car and truck accessory for any Canadian driver looking to protect their vehicle's vulnerable interior from mud, salt, and water."

Yes, they're pricey compared with your $24.99 set at Canadian Tire but you want good protection or not? Do you have an expensive car you want to pamper? :)
So right on the sliding Weathertech. I have these on my Hyundai and the Weathertech on the Acura, would never get the overpriced WT junk again.
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master_jackson wrote:
Jan 31st, 2018 5:38 pm
Nothing for my car :(
Nothing for my car either ... until I called the number they posted there: "Do not see your vehicle here? Talk to a Specialist. Live Chat or Call 1877 920 3778 "

A friendly chat and 10 minutes later I got a custom order on the way.

They are resellers of u-Guard, check for the list of ALL available vehicles here: http://uguardautomotive.com/floor-liner ... loor-mats/ If your car is in the list, you can custom order a set via the phone.
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bobitza wrote:
Jan 31st, 2018 7:08 pm
Nothing for my car either ... until I called the number they posted there: "Do not see your vehicle here? Talk to a Specialist. Live Chat or Call 1877 920 3778 "

A friendly chat and 10 minutes later I got a custom order on the way.

They are resellers of u-Guard, check for the list of ALL available vehicles here: http://uguardautomotive.com/floor-liner ... loor-mats/ If your car is in the list, you can custom order a set via the phone.
Still nothing on the uguard website. I have a bmw F07 x-drive
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master_jackson wrote:
Jan 31st, 2018 7:14 pm
Still nothing on the uguard website. I have a bmw F07 x-drive
That'll teach you to buy fancy cars in the future, lol.

Even buying a car mat turns out to be a "unique" experience.
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Can vouch for these. Made in malaysia.

I have an extra new driver seat mat of this brand for a VW Tiguan if anyone interested for a cheaper price, please pm.
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Can get these through Costco.ca as well. For my car $190 shipped, full set.
$4 more than Partsengine... but easier return policy, etc. I bought the Honda set when I got my accord, came with trunk liner, but I wish mine had the one piece back seat one, as well, it doesn't go over the driver left foot rest, it goes up to it and that is where the salt water has collected. ugh...
My brother had a set of these before, the heel guard peeled loose from the mat, Costco offered him his money back or replacement.
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bobitza wrote:
Jan 31st, 2018 7:22 pm
That'll teach you to buy fancy cars in the future, lol.

Even buying a car mat turns out to be a "unique" experience.
Haha I didn't pay much for my *$100k* car I already have 4 OEM bmw winter/all season floor liners, just looking one for the trunk since that's where I needed the most...
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I used this liner under the WeatherTech of my Sienna's second row. Still slides but a bit less than without it.

I stayed away from adhesive type on velcro backing. Am concerned the adhesive melts during summer time.

Anyone has suggestion what I can use to prevent sliding?
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master_jackson wrote:
Jan 31st, 2018 7:49 pm
Haha I didn't pay much for my *$100k* car I already have 4 OEM bmw winter/all season floor liners, just looking one for the trunk since that's where I needed the most...
master_jackson,
Have you look at something like this? I have seen this in Costco US maybe US$35.
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bobitza wrote:
Jan 31st, 2018 7:08 pm
Nothing for my car either ... until I called the number they posted there: "Do not see your vehicle here? Talk to a Specialist. Live Chat or Call 1877 920 3778 "

A friendly chat and 10 minutes later I got a custom order on the way.

They are resellers of u-Guard, check for the list of ALL available vehicles here: http://uguardautomotive.com/floor-liner ... loor-mats/ If your car is in the list, you can custom order a set via the phone.
Sigh..no Elantra Touring and no Sonata either.

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