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post #21 of 32 (permalink) Old 01-07-2019, 09:14 PM
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I added WeatherTech Floorliner (floor mats) to our Touring L-Plus

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Hey all,

I just got a 2019 Touring-l plus and I am wondering about the stow-n-go functionality.

Any updates on that? Anyone tried to stow one or both their 2nd row seats?


I donít understand your question. Are you asking how to stow the second row seats or do we stow it at all with the all weather mats?
I stow at least one of the seats occasionally but use the stow and go bins for cargo regularly and I have the OEM mats. I can share a video if you want.


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I donít understand your question. Are you asking how to stow the second row seats or do we stow it at all with the all weather mats?
I stow at least one of the seats occasionally but use the stow and go bins for cargo regularly and I have the OEM mats. I can share a video if you want.


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I am asking specifically about the WeatherTech mats. The 2nd and 3rd row is a one piece mat, so I am wondering how difficult it is to stow a seat with this mat installed.
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post #23 of 32 (permalink) Old 01-09-2019, 08:53 AM
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I have the weathertech mats and stowing the seats is a bit of a pain to do. Its hard to fold back the mats to lift the stow cover up. Once you do seat one the 2nd seat is easy however.

Figure 5 min for both seats once you get the hanf of it.

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post #24 of 32 (permalink) Old 01-21-2019, 01:43 AM
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I just installed the full WeatherTech mats in our 8 passenger Touring Plus. Perfect fit and full coverage. Lifting up mat to stow seats is not a big deal. Mats are flexible enough to move out of the way. Even the mat for the rear seat storage bin fits perfect. It does not need to be removed for seat storage.
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I just installed the full WeatherTech mats in our 8 passenger Touring Plus. Perfect fit and full coverage. Lifting up mat to stow seats is not a big deal. Mats are flexible enough to move out of the way. Even the mat for the rear seat storage bin fits perfect. It does not need to be removed for seat storage.
Thanks for the reply. I ordered the full set in the "Cocoa" colour. I hope it matches will with the Toffee/Cognac seats .
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The WeatherTech's fit like a glove , although, Id like to see the driver dead pedal ( footrest ) elevated a bit higher in coverage .
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Just got mine installed. I agree the dead pedal is alittle low... My foot rests above it. But I am very happy with the mats aside from that.
The 2nd/3rd row mat is more flexible than I expected so moving it to stow seats/access storage is not much of an issue.

In case anyone is wondering, the Cacao brown colour matches nicely with the interior brown shades of the toffee/cognac interior.
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I just installed the full WeatherTech mats in our 8 passenger Touring Plus. Perfect fit and full coverage. Lifting up mat to stow seats is not a big deal. Mats are flexible enough to move out of the way. Even the mat for the rear seat storage bin fits perfect. It does not need to be removed for seat storage.
Good to see that. Mine should be delivered very soon.

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The third row seat storage floor mat from WeatherTech arrived yesterday. It fits great and in testing the seats folding down then bringing them back up works great. No problem. But, I did discover something with the third row power seats. The gate must be open to get them to fold. I never attempted to fold them with the gate closed so I had no idea. I can see the reason-so the kiddies don't fold themselves while van is going down the road. I think that should be the factory setting but it should be in the uconnect so it could be changed. No kiddies to worry about here. So to check if the seats would fold with the floor liner in place I had to open the garage door to the -3 degrees outside! Lost all the heat in the garage. Oh, well, the heater got it back up to 65 in a short time. Only that warm because I was working out there. Normal is 45. Mat looks great.

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After stowing the 3rd row seats, is there a noticeable lip in the floor liners that sticks up? We plan to stow the 3rd row when travelling and it seems that that the raised lip in the liners would be a pain in the but when packing/unpacking the cargo area.
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