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For those with a limited and 7 seat option were floor mats included for all 3 rows including the walkway between 2nd and 3rd row? Are the carpeted foot mats a single piece 2nd row or 2 pieces?

Was there any additional "floor mat" provided for behind the 3rd row?


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The mats included are in the second row only. They are 2 pieces with the hold-down post.
 

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With my Limited I received 4 mats total, all with anti slide posts. Driver, passenger, 2nd row driver side, 2nd row passenger. On the second row there is a ~1 inch gap between the two mats (a continuous 2nd row mat would not make sense with the Stow-n-Go seating). I received nothing for the third row foot area or walkway between the 2nd row seats but it's pretty roomy in those areas so just about any normal Walmart van mats (black) would likely fit and look okay. Chrysler sells Pacifica accessories and does offer a liner bin for behind the third row (for when the rear seats are up) to protect the bucket carpeting and another plastic liner option for when the seats are stowed. I'll probably buy both but they aren't cheap from Chrysler.

I am looking for different mat/liner options for when the 2nd and 3rd row seats are up vs stowed. When seats are up I want to protect original carpeting from foot traffic (and salt when we travel north in winter) but when stowed all 2nd and 3rd row seats are sitting below the cargo level so any possible liquid spills from pool chemicals, paint, pesticides, household cleaners, wet bags of mulch/potting soil/sand, trips to the beach, etc., etc., are going to be seeping towards those beautiful seats. My van is red with black carpeting and "Alloy" seats which means my third row seats actually have white carpeting on their backs which is going to look just great if I ever get a liquid spill back there that is not totally contained by a plastic liner of some sort.

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Great info guys. Thanks BRLowry and also BrettP for the details. That helps immensely.

Thanks. The reason I asked is because I saw Mopar "OEM" parts for the Pacifica being sold on eBay as 5 pieces (2 front, 1 long second row, 1 walkway and 1 long third row) and it made me think because I haven't seen any mats deployed in any of the vans I have been in /test drove.

The 2nd row single piece with stow and go might be a little of a pain but the all weather Chrysler mats are a single piece for the 2nd row. I would think they would have designed it different but it seems they designed t for maximum protection and probably think owners will stow the seats much less frequently vs needing the protection of the mats.
 

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I was at the dealer a few weeks ago, and the parts guy I work with showed me a set of Chrysler all weather mats that had the second row as 2 pieces. They also had the hold-in posts. I was impressed with the quality. I want to wait until WeatherTech comes out with their set to see how they compare, before making the purchase.
 

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BRLowry, did you by chance capture the part number(s) for those all weather mats with the 2 seperate 2nd row pieces? If not, could you get it?

I can't seem to find anything like that on http://moparonlineparts.com

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I have a 8 passenger touring l plus and ordered the mopar 5 piece floor mats. The second row is one piece as to the third row their is 3 pieces but i dont use the third row. They all have hold downs and cost 220.00 and I am very happy with them. I also ordered out the mud guards which are very good quality the price for them was 90.00 for 4 of them.
 

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Cue003, I'm on vacation now, but will post the part number when I return home next week.
 

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When I have my seats in my '11 Durango in the stowed position, I use a rubber backed mat I bought at a home improvement store. It is carpeted on one side. It works perfectly, is 4 feet by 6 feet, but you could buy different sizes. For $3O, it works great, blends into my black interior, and folds or rolls nicely when not in use. It protects the carpeted area from spills, etc on things I haul in my SUV. When I buy a Pacifica, I will buy such a mat for the same purpose when seats are stowed.
 

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It looks like I was mistaken. Obviously I was looking at the front set, not the second row. The second row is a one piece mat.
 

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It looks like I was mistaken. Obviously I was looking at the front set, not the second row. The second row is a one piece mat.
No worries. Thanks for verifying. I am not sure yet how I feel about having to move the mat whenever I need access to the stow and go bins.
 

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Has anyone heard of a mud guard type accessory that will protect the top of the back bumper. This is typically where you are at risk to scrap the paint when you load or unload from the back of the car? All other minivans seem to have this piece of rubber protection but not my Pacifica ltd.
 

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it is no longer available but thanks a million for the tip.
It looks like it's still available at that Amazon link for $69.25. I still haven't installed it yet though, so can't say how well it fits.
 

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Did not wait for Weathertech and went ahead and bought the one they had for Chevy Transverse. $107. If anyone interested I will post the picture of it. It covered from the trunk (with 3rd down) to about just a 2-3 inches of the back of 2nd row seats (up).
 

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Did not wait for Weathertech and went ahead and bought the one they had for Chevy Transverse. $107. If anyone interested I will post the picture of it. It covered from the trunk (with 3rd down) to about just a 2-3 inches of the back of 2nd row seats (up).
Please post pics.
 
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