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Right now most mats are plastic and not carpet. You may need to Diy your own mats somehow. I can't recall where but someone did it once by first tracing out the floor space on paper and then cutting around the pattern on the carpet or liner.
 

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Lloyds Mats could be an option:
http://www.autoanything.com/floor-mats/78A4395A0A0.aspx

That's an authorized dealer (one of many) and according to their configurator, they make them for the 2016 Civic 4 Door. I think I might call them tomorrow if I get a chance to confirm this. I ordered a set of mats for my Vette and they are very nice:



 

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Years ago Honda offered a nice thick carpet mat with rubber spikes just like the ones pictured above. I believe 2004 had them. My 2010 had carpet ones with a cheap back and I ordered the All Weather due to New England winters. My 2016 came with the cheapest carpet liners as I call it. Not a true mat. One way Honda has cut cost to offer more technology. First accessory purchase was the high wall mats which are great. Hopefully in time, more aftermarket companies will offer mats. We did look into weather tech, but in November and December when we bought, they did not carry them. Please let us know if you find any, we'd love them for Summer and Fall in New England.
 

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I picked up a set of Husky Liner mats, perfect fit, time will tell how they hold up but they look beautiful. :) Front and rear set. Then I got the official Honda Cargo tray for the hatchback. I bought on Amazon, Husky part number 98461, ~$125.
 

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I picked up a set of Husky Liner mats, perfect fit, time will tell how they hold up but they look beautiful. :) Front and rear set. Then I got the official Honda Cargo tray for the hatchback. I bought on Amazon, Husky part number 98461, ~$125.
+1 Ive had the husky in my si since july and they are great just as good as weather tech but a little cheaper. Plus they still have lifetime warranty and im not biased at all ive only used weather tech in the past but didnt feel like spending almost $200 on floor mats.
 

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Weathertech or Husky mats are cetainly the best if you are looking of a rubber/plastic type of a mat, but if you prefer carpet - nothing can really compare with Lloyd Custom fit carpet floor mats. You can check them out here: https://www.carid.com/lloyd-mats/
 
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