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      03-21-2014, 10:55 AM   #1
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Good all weather floor mats?

Just looking for some opinions on what options I have on getting a set of all weather floor mats. They don't necessary have to be OEM, just reasonably priced and fit well in my car.

The beige interior shows dirt fairly well so I figure all season mats may be in order.
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I've had Weather Tech digital floor liners in last 5 vehicles and have ordered a set for my F31. I highly recommend them, though may be overkill for people in areas that don't have to deal with much snow and salt.
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Its time for summer mats now. Get that rubber stuff out of there until November.
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I leave the all weather mats in year round. For me, the carpeted mats get ruined to easily. In a short period of time they look like crap. Weather tech mats look great and all but they are just so damn expensive. BMW oem's are 1/2 the price. They might not be as nice, but still.
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I leave the all weather mats in year round. For me, the carpeted mats get ruined to easily. In a short period of time they look like crap. Weather tech mats look great and all but they are just so damn expensive. BMW oem's are 1/2 the price. They might not be as nice, but still.
You get what you pay for. The Weathertechs are just too awesome not to spend a couple more bucks.
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I got BMW Sport Line rubber mats that have a red border to match my coral red interior. They look perfect in my car and are cheaper than Weathertech. I know they have a full black version but not sure if there's something with a beige border to match your interior.
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I leave the all weather mats in year round. For me, the carpeted mats get ruined to easily. In a short period of time they look like crap. Weather tech mats look great and all but they are just so damn expensive. BMW oem's are 1/2 the price. They might not be as nice, but still.
Yeah that's what I notice, but if the WeatherTech mats are as great as everyone on here say they are, seems to be worth it. Plus, they have a set that'll match the interior.

Thanks for the input guys! I've never bought all weather mats before but the car is just too nice to watch that beige get filthy.
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Look on ebay for the oem ones. you can find them a lot cheaper than the dealer sells them for.
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Just DO-NOT buy the FloorLiner™ DigitalFit®, they will scratch your M Footrest, and the driver side is just too small, and water leaks where it meets your pedals.

I would stick with the normal WeatherTech rubber mats instead.
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I leave the all weather mats in year round. For me, the carpeted mats get ruined to easily. In a short period of time they look like crap. Weather tech mats look great and all but they are just so damn expensive. BMW oem's are 1/2 the price. They might not be as nice, but still.
Unless they are beige or you work in mud every day I dont know how they could look awful. Plastic/rubber mats look awful to me.....especially if they arent the same color as carpet. Seems funny to me considering how anal about appearance most guys are around here. Cant wait to get the rubber mats out . To each their own.
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Cant wait to get the rubber mats out . To each their own.
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Go for the BMW sport rubber mats, I had the dealer throw them in and they are very nice looking in the off-season. In warm months, rubber mats make me feel like I'm in a pickup truck. Carpet is much nicer but yea you can't go tracking excessive mud inside your car, which I'd avoid anyway.
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Yeah that's what I notice, but if the WeatherTech mats are as great as everyone on here say they are, seems to be worth it. Plus, they have a set that'll match the interior.

Thanks for the input guys! I've never bought all weather mats before but the car is just too nice to watch that beige get filthy.
In case you want to go with the OEM's. I don't know what they charge at the local dealer for these.

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I got BMW Sport Line rubber mats that have a red border to match my coral red interior. They look perfect in my car and are cheaper than Weathertech. I know they have a full black version but not sure if there's something with a beige border to match your interior.
I have these in my car as well, my salesguy threw them in when I picked up my car

No complaints over the past 2 winters. They don't have the high sides like the weathertech floor liners, but have been fine for me as they still hold the moisture from the snow and slush and keep it off the carpet.
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I bought a set of the m performance mats, not realizing that they were all season rubber jobs. I was pleasantly surprised because they look pretty sharp… although they do tend to pick up more dirt than I expected.

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I was looking for cheap mats when I first got the car. In the end I bought all the BMW all-weather mats and they are fantastic! Perfect fit, and feel high quality. Never mind the cargo tray in the back... I have a pair of basketball shoes still in the exact same position I put them in at like 2 weeks ago.

Long story short... If you have the $ now I would get the BMW mats. They're superb.
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I bought a set of the m performance mats, not realizing that they were all season rubber jobs. I was pleasantly surprised because they look pretty sharp although they do tend to pick up more dirt than I expected.

Those look like carpeted mats. GetBMWparts.com?
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Those look like carpeted mats. GetBMWparts.com?
They certainly do look carpeted, which is why was surprised that they were rubber all season mats. Bmwpartspros.com
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Those look like carpeted mats. GetBMWparts.com?
They certainly do look carpeted, which is why was surprised that they were rubber all season mats. Bmwpartspros.com
Nice. Thanks. Too bad I just bought red lined sport ones.. :-/
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Also got BMW OEM all weather mats. Went for all black. They are OK, not as nice looking as M Performance mats but better than original carpets. Does the job without drawing attention to itself.
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