I ordered and received a set of 5 mats: two front, two 2nd row, and one 3rd row mat. I only really needed a 3rd row mat since for some reason Chrysler doesn't include one. However, 3rd row mat only is $69 at Covercraft's site vs $89 for the whole set. I ended up ordering through JC Whitney with a 10% off coupon and it was about $75 before tax with free shipping.
If you want to order now, they just sent me a 20% off code JCWDYTN20 good through the rest of this weekend. For some reason, it shows as $79 after you set the options but $84.16 in the cart before coupon and tax. There are also cashback sites which will give you some cashback. It says ships in 15-16 business days but I got mine in a week. They're made in Mexico.
I emailed Covercraft about which color would match the Congac / Toffee / Alloy interior on my Touring-L plus. They sent me sample pieces of grey, grey mist, smoke, taupe, and beige. The grey is the closest match but you can tell it's different. The stock (cognac?) carpeting has a slight brown/tan tinge compared to the grey.
I've attached pictures showing the mats. The front mats are close in size and shape to the stock mats and have the hole for the retention posts. The grommet is black for some reason though.
The 2nd row mats are the same shape but extend about an inch less forward. There are no retention features. Unlike the front the stock mats have posts the goes down into the floor rather than a post in the floor that comes up into a hole in the mat. Covercraft says they don't have something that matches that. I wonder if it's possible to buy that part from Mopar if desired.
The third row is a close but not perfect fit. The part by the 8th seat base is a bit tight and the seat belt cutouts are slightly off.
Last edited by soontobe; 02-26-2017 at 07:56 PM.