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      07-12-2014, 01:09 PM   #1
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WeatherTech vs. BMW All Weather Floor Mats

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Does anyone have experience with the WeatherTech all weather floor mats? Or with the BMW All Weather floor mats?

Thank you!
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      07-13-2014, 04:57 PM   #2
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Have the Weathertech Mats in the 328d and the BMW All Weather mats in the 328xiGT...both are great fit and quality. I would give the nod to the weathertech mats for their ability to contain larger spills and protect the carpet along the sides (not just on the floor)...plus, they aren't much more expensive than the BMW mats so its worth it. We had the all weather ones included in our deal so we would have gone weathertech otherwise.
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As far as I know, WeatherTech does make OEM mats for BMW...

BMW has a couple of different kinds of all-weather mats... if it's the one that looks like WeatherTech mats (not the thick rubbery ones), then it's the exact same thing.

My wife's X3 has the BMW-branded WeatherTech mats, and I have the WeatherTech mats ordered directly from WeatherTech for my 328 GT ... Exact same things.
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      07-16-2014, 01:45 PM   #4
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Thank you both! Arktcr, you supported my thoughts regarding the coverage of the WeatherTech mats. I think I'm going to go with those as they should be more efficient with keeping the sand out!
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      07-16-2014, 03:01 PM   #5
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I like the OEM stuff better. I have purchased both of Weathertech's lines (the regular mats and the ones with the lip to contain fluids).

I will not be buying again. Not impressed. For my E90 at least they are definitely NOT the same, and the OEM all weather ones we have in our F34 are nothing like any of the Weathertech products I've seen.
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