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I intend to buy the weathertech floor mats for the Kia Telluride (If and when my SUV arrives). I've had a good experience with them in other vehicles. They are pricey, but do a good job of protecting the floor.
 

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Ordered tuxmats and the toughpro cargo mat for when the 3rd row is down. Excited to get them in and setup. How long do the tuxmats take to install? I have never used them before but they came highly recommended here it seems.
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I just got the black weathertech mats today. I’ve had them in other vehicles and always have been happy- so far these look great and fit great as well. Wish they were cheaper but I pretty much say that about everything!

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Went with the Tuxmats in our SX. They are wonderful. $291 shipped for all three rows. Sorry for crappy photos.

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I just got the black weathertech mats today. I’ve had them in other vehicles and always have been happy- so far these look great and fit great as well. Wish they were cheaper but I pretty much say that about everything!

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Looks nice! I have them in my shopping cart now. Never use 3rd row, so it's always folded down for larger cargo, so getting the cargo mat. BUT for the 2nd row/rear... you have captains chairs, I have bench, and didn't see an option on the weathertech site, so I assume they are the same either way? Just want to make sure before I hit "buy". :)
 

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Looks nice! I have them in my shopping cart now. Never use 3rd row, so it's always folded down for larger cargo, so getting the cargo mat. BUT for the 2nd row/rear... you have captains chairs, I have bench, and didn't see an option on the weathertech site, so I assume they are the same either way? Just want to make sure before I hit "buy". :)
2nd row seat mats should be the same regardless of bench/captain chairs. I wasn't sure on the 3rd row - the package that came with all 3 looked like it did not have the piece that comes between the captain's chairs, so I ordered the front and middle and then added the 3rd row standalone since the picture showed the cover for between the seats.
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2nd row seat mats should be the same regardless of bench/captain chairs. I wasn't sure on the 3rd row - the package that came with all 3 looked like it did not have the piece that comes between the captain's chairs, so I ordered the front and middle and then added the 3rd row standalone since the picture showed the cover for between the seats.
ordered a set of tough pro mats and cargo liner today, got to be ready for the snow and mud!😀
 
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I don’t have my SXL yet but I have a set of TuxMats ready to go; I think they look great and from the videos I’ve seen they fit really well. I’ve had weathertech in previous vehicles and the tuxmats seem to be made of a softer material. We’ll see how it wears!

I asked tuxmat about a cargo mat for when the 3rd row is folded down but they said there wasn’t currently enough demand, so I ordered a weathertech cargo liner instead
 

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I don’t have my SXL yet but I have a set of TuxMats ready to go; I think they look great and from the videos I’ve seen they fit really well. I’ve had weathertech in previous vehicles and the tuxmats seem to be made of a softer material. We’ll see how it wears!

I asked tuxmat about a cargo mat for when the 3rd row is folded down but they said there wasn’t currently enough demand, so I ordered a weathertech cargo liner instead
Are you worried about never being able to use the 3rd row while you have the full weather tech cargo liner or no? I ended up just getting the toughpro cargo liner that I can roll up if I want to use the 3rd row, or let it cover the whole area usually.
 
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Not worried at all. I don’t think I’ll be using the 3rd row very often, and when I do need to, I’ll just take the cargo liner out and keep it in the garage.

does anyone have a pic of the weathertech cargo liner installed? I know they usually fit great, but I’m still curious to see how it looks
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I got my Tux mats yesterday. They look pretty nice, but I noticed some cracking in a few areas. The cracks vary in depth, and none appear to go all the way through, but they aren't just the normal surface texture...looks like a manufacturing flaw to me.

Has anyone else seen this on their mats?

FWIW, here is what Tux Mats had to say about it:

Thank you for sending over the pictures. It is actually is a part of the mat. If you had a heat gun or even a hair dryer that will help to minimize the look of it but it will not remove it completely. It will not at all affect the durability of the mat as they are not cracks it is just the materials.

If you have any other questions please do not hesitate to contact us.

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Mine had those, too, but I think they’re just wrinkles. I see no evidence that they’re actually cracked. I just thought it was because they were folded in the box for shipping.
 
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If you see the @hammic pictures on prev post you can tell those mats has also some marks "cracks" as yours BTW if you think they are defective or not 100% happy can ask for a refund I guess
 

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:pBut If you decide to Keep the mats just make sure no one step those areas :LOL:
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My Tuxmats are "perfect"...they fit perfectly, look "luxury" and so far have been easy to cleanup!! Durability?....time will tell! PS: folks got in my car today and said "the floormats look so "high end""
 

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I had Weathertechs in my last car. After a couple years the sides started bowing in a little bit. Not a ton, but noticeable.
I ended up with Tuxmats because they have plastic clips to keep the sides up and so far I’m super impressed. Love the way they look too
 
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