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I am debating which brand to get for my White Civic Touring 2016 Sedan.

Weathertech on their website with floor mats front and back along with trunk mat is gonna be $320 with shipping (tax not included).

Husky Brands on amazon is going at $233.20 with shipping and tax included, which is a $90 difference.

Gut is telling me to get Husky brand because of the $90 saving, but I need to know if it really matters at the end of the day? I also like the trims on the weathertech Mats better that's holding me back.

Winter is coming... and will need to prepare for the upcoming weather in Philly area haha.

Thanks everyone for your input!

- Charlie
 

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:)I have had Weathertech in two vehicles and have zero complaints. I looked at Huskey's in a local shop, the quality looked fine but the pattern was checker-plate, looked off-road. Did you note that in the add for the Huskey's it says universal fit ??? They may not be vehicle specific in this Amazon add even though info in the add talks about Huskey liners in general being vehicle specific. Both manufactures do sell universal fit! Do your homework make sure the add's what your looking for or that you can return at no cost to you if it's not. Personally i'm going to stick with what I know and get the Weathertech's. Hope this helps.
 

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I went to the Huskey website from what I can tell "weather beater" are universal fit, "X-act" are laser fit but not available for 2016 civic
 

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I have the Weathertech fronts form my 16 and have had a few sets ... no complaints.. in CanaDUH the frt & taxes are included in the online sight.
 

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Never had Husky. Weather Tech in my last 4 vehicles. Never had an issue. Some are 8 years old and look great.
We have front, rear and cargo.
 

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Weathertechs are probably the best known. i've had them in cars before and they last (well, except for the little red lettering badge always comes off). they do what they are supposed to. they do it well.

i tried a set of Husky's in my current civic. it arrived, but wasn't cut right around the trunk/fuel door release on the floor (yes, i know your 16's don't have this anymore) so i returned them. I started looking around...and found and read some good reviews for the 3D maxpider mats. so i picked up some Kagu style mats

perfect fit in my car...and look really nice. i prefer this look over the Weathertechs. however, not sure if they are available for the 10th gens yet.

http://www.3dmaxpider.com/
 

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I can vouch for WT as well. Out of the thousands of people I have observed with them, very few report having problem with them. Compared to other mats which end in the end just aren't worth it. WT mats are a great investment. Heard of some Husky mats giving off a strong rubber smell, sort of like what you get from the cheap wal-mart mats.
 

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Weathertech is the better option even if it isn't the cheapest. People swear by them because they are supposed to last an extremely long time.
 

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WeatherTech always. Love em'. Worth every dollar lol. I've seen a lot of people with them, and there's never anything negative to say about them. They hold up, easy to clean, fit like a bespoke glove.
 

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I am debating which brand to get for my White Civic Touring 2016 Sedan.

Weathertech on their website with floor mats front and back along with trunk mat is gonna be $320 with shipping (tax not included).

Husky Brands on amazon is going at $233.20 with shipping and tax included, which is a $90 difference.

Gut is telling me to get Husky brand because of the $90 saving, but I need to know if it really matters at the end of the day? I also like the trims on the weathertech Mats better that's holding me back.

Winter is coming... and will need to prepare for the upcoming weather in Philly area haha.

Thanks everyone for your input!

- Charlie
Husky. They fit better, cover better, and have a lifetime warranty.

Auto anything is a bit cheaper than Amazon too, http://www.autoanything.com/floor-mats/husky-liners-weatherbeater-floor-liners
 

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Their customer service department is pretty good too. They're willing to come out with mats for vehicles that aren't as popular as the civic so long as there are enough people who wants it and gives them an email about it. Think they did that for the Focus RS.
 

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I believe you are correct if I remember the buzz correctly. They do get back to people which is great. But I've also heard of times when they would just shoot out an estimated time (pre-set emails) where they would tell people 6 months, and after 6 months they would get an email again that says well.. 6 months lol
 
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