I was only speaking about the cargo area.The OEM mats will not contain a spill. That's what I like about the Weather Tech's. If I hop in my GX with a boot full of snow or spill an entire mug of coffee, the WT's will contain the entire spill.
When I sold the 10' 4runner I pulled the weather techs out and they fit perfectly in the GX . I had to punch to holes in front Pass side for the retainer pins to fit, but fit great just like the 4runner.Just got a 2015 GX 460 (white w/black interior ) and need to put some floor liners in it . Long time Toyota owner here (15 Tundra owner as well ) I have weather tech in the Tundra and most folks on Tundras.com prefer the Husky brand (more coverage ) . I will be on here with more questions I am sure .
thanks in advance !
Thanks.Those DO look nice!!!
Will the factory carpet mats fit over these in the front and attach/clip to the front floor hooks?
I was able to do that with the WT's I have. I always keep my factory carpets on top of the WT's (there's room on the floor hook to attach my factory carpet over the WT's) and keep everything in place. When the going gets muddy/dirty, I just pull off the factory carpet mats, toss them in the back, leaving the WT's in place. Instantly to go for rough and muddy conditions!
So, you don’t like Weather Tech I take it lolThanks.
Honestly, it's a tremendously terrible idea to stack floor mats. Remember the nasty recall and investigation on Toyota a few years back?
Anyway, unlike the WT mats, the Maxpider are not as slick and actually look more pleasing as they aren't a liner per se. They truly are a mat with a fibrous backing and a thick material. They aren't a flimsy plastic liner.
I had them in two vehicles, and they're nice, but I always had to bend and mold them with a heat gun. They never fit to my expectations, and for the cost I just couldn't look past that.So, you don’t like Weather Tech I take it lol