Join Date: Jan 2017
Location: Southern Ontario
I just got the full set of husky liners. Still need to live with them and the van for that matter, for a bit to truly see how they hold. They're husky, should be ok, right? I like the fronts but like most I wish the passenger side clipped in the way the driver's does. Nice and snug for the most part there. The boot liner is good, both front and back seem decent fitment. It's the second and third rows that are making me annoyed somewhat. Given what these things cost, I'd rather not trim too much. I have the bench so i had to cut the third row anyway and trimmed that little excess piece to use. We keep one second row seat stowed, so that piece "fits" in that space for now, as I continue to play with fit of the back rows. Nothing is laying flat, flat yet as the mats just came a few days ago. I warmed them up best I could but it's winter, right?? Giving them time to settle before I go hacking on the second row... behind the driver's, again like some have seen, issues with fitting it behind and under the seats "runners" or tracks. The third row has a bow in it still and doesn't fit the way I think it should. Covers decent and that's the higher traffic area minus the driver. I like the mats material as well, stiff yet also malleable enough to move into place. Looks to be very durable. Cut easy enough with a sharp box knife. Again I'm not looking forward to added cutting though, any hints from current users?
Overall, right now I like them given there coverage, to keep this thing clean from winter muck and the tornados of mess that are my lovely children. We'll also see once we have to use the stow n go on the fly, if we'll curse them too much. I'll come back to update on that.
Just my simple review ....nice to meet you all as well!
2017 Chrysler Pacifica Touring - L in Brilliant Black Crystal Pearl with Black/Alloy inside. Optional equipment; Customer Preferred Package 25L, Alpine Sound Group, 8 passenger, KeySense, complete Husky Liners end to end. Built 09/16.
Last edited by MikeyG; 01-06-2017 at 11:46 AM.