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Before joining Wirecutter, I spent the better part of three decades as an automotive writer, reporter, and editor for various automotive publications, including about 10 years as an associate editor for Consumer Reports. A lifelong gearhead, one of my primary beats at CR and an area of personal interest has always been the automotive aftermarket and car accessories. That ranges from sophisticated audio and electronics products to things that are less likely to make for interesting party conversation, like tires, car batteries, wipers, and, yes, floor mats.

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Before installing the new mats and liners, we removed any old mats in the vehicles per installation instructions and thoroughly vacuumed the vehicle floors to ensure as good a fit as possible. We used vehicle factory mounting holes with mats and liners that were designed for them, noting how compatible those fits were. While installing, we noted any difficulties due to poor fit, overly stiff products that made them harder to install, or anything else that caused a problem. Once installed, we noted how well the products fit lengthwise and from side-to side and how flexible they were to conform with uneven floors and obstructions like floor-mounted fuel-door releases. We also evaluated universal mats to find out how easy they were to trim for a customized fit.

Carpeted mats as a group tended to be harder to get clean than rubber mats for much of the same reason that scrubbing your home carpets is more difficult than vinyl flooring. Fibers can more easily trap crud than a flat surface. But we were pleased to see how well they stood up.

Even though Hexomat mats lack the raised lip of a liner, their hexagonal pattern divides each mat into dozens of small compartments to help contain liquid. Hexomat mats are arguably not the most stylish of the products we tested (not that style and floor mats are two things normally discussed in the same sentence). But they get at least most of the job done at a much lower price than model-specific liners.

To answer that question, we've compiled a list of some of the best car floor mats across a variety of categories, based on customer satisfaction and expert opinion. Odds are there'll be one (or more) that seems like a good fit for you. Plus, after you're done browsing our selections, read on for some more important information about car floor mats.

The best overall mats need to protect each and every square inch of your car's floor. They need to be sturdy and stable, but also easy to clean -- because they will get dirty quickly. They also need to be reasonably priced for the service they offer. Husky Liners X-act Contour Floor Liners check all these boxes and more.

Husky Liners X-act Contour Floor Liners have 4.8 stars out of five on Amazon, with over 1,900 ratings. Satisfied customers cite the custom floor mats' exact fit and ability to stay in place during use.

Really, it's a tossup between the Husky Liners X-act Contour Liners above for the best floor mats overall title. Just like the Husky Liners above, the WeatherTech FloorLiner sets are specific to each vehicle model (which means the price varies from set to set). WeatherTech laser measures every car to provide precise fit for maximum protection, ensuring that you won't be caught with a bare section of floor.

The WeatherTech FloorLiners are designed with ease in mind. Not only are they custom-fit for each vehicle, but the rubber mats have a high outer lip that prevents spills from sloshing over onto the floor. These sturdy, heavy-duty custom floor mats excel in their category -- like the X-act Contour Liners, the WeatherTech FloorLiners have 4.8 stars out of five on Amazon.

Like any other automotive accessory, car floor mats vary in price -- and while there are always bargains to be had and products to avoid, if you want the best floor mats money can buy, you'll have to spend a bit extra. You'll also end up with Husky Liners WeatherBeater floor liners.

As the name suggests, WeatherBeater floor liners are built to stand up to pretty much whatever you can bring inside a car -- whether it's snow, ice, water, dirt, mud, debris or food and drink spills. The liners are built to specific vehicle measurements and they have cleats that keep them steady. Still, rubber floor mats are easy to remove when you need to clean them.

The Husky Liners WeatherBeater has 4.7 stars out of five on Amazon with over 2,200 reviews. Satisfied customers cite the durability of the custom floor mats, as well as their ability to grip vehicular floor carpet.

Some floor mats may be better suited for specific weather conditions, but if you're going to keep the same mats on your floor year-round, you'll want to make sure they can handle all sorts of weather in a satisfactory manner.

It's also worth noting that not only are these all-weather mats great at protecting your car's floor year-round, they're also one of the least expensive mat sets on Amazon, starting at $17. This has earned them the "Amazon's Choice" designation, as well as 4.4 stars out of five on the site with more than 9,000 ratings.

When it comes to car floor mats, carpet makes for an entirely different experience than rubber or plastic. While those mats are designed to channel liquid messes away from a driver or pedestrian's feet, carpet mats are meant to absorb liquid messes. This makes them more effective at getting rid of liquids.

BDK's Carpet Floor Mats are the seventh-best-selling automotive floor mats on Amazon and they too have an "Amazon's Choice" designation. Over 9,000 satisfied customers have given the mats an average rating of 4.2 stars out of five.

BDK is a major player when it comes to carpet floor mats, so it's natural that another one of its products would rank as our runner up in the category. BDK's Classic Floor Mats are a little bit less costly than their regular floor mats, but they might be the answer to your needs.

Where the products differ is that the classic floor mats are all a single color, while the regular floor mats have colorful faux leather trim. That's really it -- just a stylistic difference. Beyond that, the absorption capabilities are the same and the universal fit sizing works the same way.

Different car mats are designed with different fits in mind. Some are custom made for a specific vehicle's make and model. Others have what's known as a "universal fit" -- they're meant to be trimmed down (either by a user or a professional) to fit the spaces in which they're going to be placed. These mats can work in a wide range of vehicles and are typically cheaper than custom-made mats.

WeatherTech is another major name in car floor mats, and like Husky Liners, they also have a contender for best overall universal floor mats. The WeatherTech Universal Trim to Fit All Weather Floor Mats are that contender, made of a durable material and designed with channels that catch mud, dirt and liquids.

The WeatherTech mats are cheaper than our top pick, the Husky Liners, but it's also worth mentioning that the WeatherTech mats are not designed to fit specific vehicle models. Instead, they come in set sizes and can be trimmed to fit your car's floor, either by yourself or by a professional.

Car floor mats are designed to protect the interior floor of your vehicle from any messes it may encounter -- whether brought in from outside (like mud or dirt) or created inside (like spills). Many cars come with factory floor mats, but these typically aren't of the highest quality and may not fit your car well.

While both ultimately serve the same purpose, there's a difference between floor liners and floor mats. Liners are usually custom made to fit the exact floor shape of your vehicle with very little space (if any) left unprotected. Mats are generally premade and come in a variety of sizes. This means that liners offer more comprehensive protection and are more expensive than mats, while mats are less costly and easier to remove and wash.

"While the traditional rubber or carpeted floor mats can do the job if you are super careful, I find that liners that are laser-measured do the job best," said Chaya Milchtein. Milchtein is the founder of Mechanic Shop Femme, an online resource devoted to helping women and members of the LGBTQ community feel empowered when it comes to their vehicles. "One size fits most doesn't work too well in the clothing industry because bodies are different and that carries over to cars as well. The shape of the floor beneath your feet varies greatly from car to car. In addition, poorly sized floor mats can move and shift, creating a safety issue if they slide to cover or interfere with your pedals. Floor liners tend to inch up the sides of the floor area, protecting not just the carpet beneath, but the sides as well, in a precise way."

Custom-made mats are available as well, which are cut to a specific vehicle's floor size. And there are universal floor mats, which are sold in a few set sizes that are meant to cover the entire gamut of interior dimensions. If you want a good fit without spending too much money, you can also buy universal floor mats and cut them down to the size of your car's interior.

"If you're looking for a good floor mat you need to know the use case," said Andy King, founder and managing director of Established in 1997, Jamjar is an online service devoted to car-buying comparisons "For example, if you think that you'll be getting a lot of dirt in your car because of the area that you live and the activities that you're doing, synthetic rubber or plastic floor mats might be the best choice. This will make for easy cleaning while protecting your flooring. However, the bottom of your shoes won't dry, so that is something to watch out for. If you'd prefer to get mats that are more absorbent, look for something that has a non-slip backing so that the mat doesn't move around while you drive. These mats often have nylon fibers to make them stronger and last longer."

Of course, if you use a set of floor mats long enough, you'll eventually have to replace them. There are many reasons to retire a set of mats, but some of the most common include the mats becoming moldy or smelly or carpet mats losing their absorbency. You may also decide to replace a rubber mat if the treads get caked with dirt and it's simply too difficult to clean them completely. 041b061a72


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