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    I have a 2017 Volt and just installed some new Husky floor mats. They fit perfectly and are better than Weather Tech. I had a set of Weather Tech for my Prius and they were nice but much more expensive then the Husky mats I currently installed In my Volt. They were a faction of the cost and made in the USA. I believe they are cheaper due to all of the advertising cost built into the Weather Tech product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lindy View Post
    I have a 2017 Volt and just installed some new Husky floor mats. They fit perfectly and are better than Weather Tech. I had a set of Weather Tech for my Prius and they were nice but much more expensive then the Husky mats I currently installed In my Volt. They were a faction of the cost and made in the USA. I believe they are cheaper due to all of the advertising cost built into the Weather Tech product.
    I'm not sure how advertising compares between Husky and Weathertech personally.
    I've used Husky mats on my last two vehicles and would recommend them to anyone. Great products.
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    Open any car magazine or watch TV and you can easily see a WeatherTech ad. You bet the ads are built into the price of the product. I have the Husky mats in my 2014 Volt and the WeatherTechs in my Malibu. I will never buy the WeatherTech mats again.

    The Husky mats are the way to go, I won't buy anything else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sly Bob View Post
    Open any car magazine or watch TV and you can easily see a WeatherTech ad. You bet the ads are built into the price of the product. I have the Husky mats in my 2014 Volt and the WeatherTechs in my Malibu. I will never buy the WeatherTech mats again.

    The Husky mats are the way to go, I won't buy anything else.
    Of course ad costs are built into the price, same for every single product we buy
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    I have weatherTech in my 2014 Volt. They are great, they fit perfectly and keep my beige carpet looking great by containing rain, sleet, snow brought in by shoes.

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    The WeatherTech mats in my '13 were a gift from a good friend of mine and I've been very happy with them. Having said that I've seen the Husky in another '13 and compared them closely.

    The Husky mats are a bit deeper and cover more of the driver's "dead pedal" which is good.
    That same additional depth makes the Husky a bit harder to get in and out, but this is a minor point.
    Husky has a better warranty

    So although I am in no way unhappy with my WeatherTech mats, if I had to do it over I'd go with Husky
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    I had weathertech in my gen1, and was holding out for them to be released for gen2....alas they lost my business because they were slow (are they even out yet?). The husky ones are definitely better value for the dollar, but I actually think the weathertech ones fit a bit better and more snug. They also had a higher 'lip' than the husky mats.

    All that being said though, I think the husky's are the better purchase considering you get a full set of 4 mats for less than 2 front weathertech mats. I'd recommend the husky ones after owning both unless you have lots of spare cash
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    Love my Husky liners! Got the interior floor mats and trunk liner for my 2017 and the fit is perfect.

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    I installed the husky mats in my car this weekend, and I am quite pleased with it, as well as the cost was reasonable. It also helped that I won a $100 gift card from work for amazon, so I was able to order them there
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lindy View Post
    I believe they are cheaper due to all of the advertising cost built into the Weather Tech product.
    That, or more likely the taxes WeatherTech has to pay in Crook County Illinois. :-P
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