Are you just talking about the trunk area behind the 3rd row? If so, the Mopar rubber one, the Husky, and the Weathertech aren't all that different. I went with Husky liners for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd rows and the Mopar rubber cargo mat for the trunk.
No, the only one that covers that area is the Lloyds, but it's more like a custom cut blanket than a liner.Which one is best for when I stow the 3rd row? I want one that covers the who cargo area behind the second row with the 3rd row stowed.
Does the Mopar one cover the entire area when the 2nd and 3rd rows are stowed?
No, the only one that covers that area is the Lloyds, but it's more like a custom cut blanket than a liner.
That's the Mopar mat, not the Lloyd mat. See here:Found it:
Chrysler Pacifica Cargo Area Liner (Part No: 82214535AB)
Covers from behind 1st row all the way to the hatch.
But I am still looking for one that covers from behind the 2nd row to the hatch.
So Mopar does not make a mat that covers from behind the 2nd row all the way to the hatch - right?That's the Mopar mat, not the Lloyd mat. See here:
Right, they aren't very different for the cargo area . The lip on the edge of the Husky is a little taller. But I actually like the Mopar better because it's a softer rubber that's less rigid.mopar rear liner vs husky rear liner, i can save 10 -12 bucks on the mopar....they arent too different right.......will probably go with husky on the first and second just to get better coverage because i dont have time to wait for weathertechs.....
anyone else can compare?
Yes, you could easily fold it. Maybe that's why Mopar didn't bother making a smaller one.I am looking for the same size PacificaJohn is, from the 2nd row back. It wouldn't be the ideal solution but couldn't we just order the mopar 82214535AB and just fold under the portion meant to go under the second row, if I am looking at this correctly it is not rubber but more of a thinner vinyl that is fold able?