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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-11-2016, 11:54 PM Thread Starter
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Question Cargo liners - recommendation?

Looking at the WeatherTech and the OEM Mazda hatch liners.

WeatherTech looks better, but is it or am I following their marketing too well?

Thanks in advance for any info/recommendations/experience with either make.
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-12-2016, 07:01 AM
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I bought the OEM one, fits exactly and is slightly over size compared to the boot so that you get a good positive fit. The sides are also higher than the base to there is a well to catch fluids etc. It is also coated with a sort of rubbery substance so things slide around less when placed on the liner.

I bought mine of eBay, a little cheaper than dealer prices but still genuine OEM product.
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I bought the genuine one. I have seen on here that some have the Spyder version.
I did not see that one when I bought mine. I did buy the Spyder floor mats over the OEM.

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You can cut your own out of a variety of materials. I used decking material. The kind you would use to cover your wooden deck. It is tough, has a texture, is flexible, available in a few colors and is cheap. Cut it long enough to go up the back of the rear seats (hatch back of course).
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I've got the Mazda cargo tray and like the raised edge so minor spills don't flow off and stain carpet.
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Good to know thanks in advance for the information
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I bought the OEM one, fits exactly and is slightly over size compared to the boot so that you get a good positive fit. The sides are also higher than the base to there is a well to catch fluids etc. It is also coated with a sort of rubbery substance so things slide around less when placed on the liner.

I bought mine of eBay, a little cheaper than dealer prices but still genuine OEM product.
+1 except bought from dealer. Perfect fit and nice lip to contain spills.
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