Update from Huskyliners
See pictures attached of test fit 2nd and 3rd row Huskyliners. Below is my take on them and the email string of my questions and their responses. Overall I am on the fence as I really like the coverage but lack of stow'n'go accommodations is concerning; not that I am in and out of those bins on a constant basis but having to remove the liner every time I need access sounds like a pain. At this point I am leaning toward waiting a little longer to see the Weathertech (hopefully they hit their latest 2 to 3 week timeline) design before pulling the trigger.
Excellent overall coverage with door well overlaps just like the front.
Appears to extend far under the 1st and 2nd row seats.
Available in other colors (tan and grey) than black with special order (already mentioned in the Weathertech Thread).
Not designed to allow easy access to 2nd row stow'n'go floor compartments, see specifics below.
- Doesn't connect to second row mounting holes on stow'n'go floors.
- Made out of the same material (more rigid plastic) as the front, so folding over would be difficult.
Not adjustable for switching back and forth between 8 and 7 seat config, have to cut a hole in the aisle piece for 8 seats.
Is the material used the same as the front? More rigid plastic versus flexible rubberized material? The reason I ask is that I am curious about how the second row liner accommodates the stow'n'go floor doors; i.e. can it be folded over or does the whole liner (from driver to passenger door) have to lift up in order to access the stow'n'go floor well on either side?
Does the second row liner have mounting posts on the underside that allow it to attach securely to the factory mounting holes in the stow'n'go floor doors?
Concerning the middle aisle cutout, do you essentially cut out the whole flat part in the middle well (depressed area) for 8 passenger seating configuration? Assuming so, short of buying 2 third row liners do you have any thoughts on how someone would be able to achieve coverage in both (with and without middle seat) scenarios?
When will all the pieces be available?
The WeatherBeater material is our standard material. It is flexible, but not “rubbery”. The Xact Contour products are made from a more rubbery material -- but the tooling is much more expensive which does limit the applications we add for this product line.
The 2nd seat liner provides full passenger floor pan area coverage and in doing so it extends over the access panels that open to allow seat storage. In all honesty it will not allow easy access to stow the 2nd row seats with the liner in place. You should be able to tip the liner up to stow seats but it would be easier to just slip the liner out to do this.
We do not put “reverse posts” in the liners like the factory mats use. The liner is trapped on by the seat brackets and they are not going anywhere! The trim area on the 3rd seat liner is has a raised rib “boundary” which, even if trimmed, keeps the liner water tight. That allows it to work with bench or bucket 2nd row models.
The cargo liner should ship this week. The 2nd/3rd row liners will follow closely. We held the 2nd up a couple of days as the 3rd was moving faster than planned and we wanted to check the match-up of the 2nd to the 3rd before going further.
Last edited by KW23; 11-16-2016 at 10:58 PM.