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Just bought a 2017 Pro4x today. Looking to get floor liners for it. Anyone have recommendations between the Huskey or Weather Tech?
 

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I have Weathertechs on my 07 and I think that they are awesome!

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Weathertech.
 

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I also have the Weathertechs. I can't speak to the fit of any others because I've had Weathertechs in my last 3 or 4 work trucks and my last 4 personal vehicles and they always fit perfect.
 

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WeatherTechs. This is the 4th vehicle I've had WeatherTechs in and I don't know if it's the truck or what, but they are the best fit. In my old Ram and the wifes Rogue, they fit well but in my Titan, they fit nice and snug. I ALMOST went with the Huskys to try something different but I'm glad I didn't.
 

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Like all torque above, I had WeatherTech floor liners in my '07 Titan and they were awesome. I got the same type for my other vehicles too. There was some discussion that the Husky brand would cover the left foot rest "pedal". It's worth checking for that as the WeatherTech does not. It wasn't a huge deal for me though.
 

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I went with the Husky's and am very happy with them. I had the Weathertech's in a different vehicle and the upper lip along the door sill would fold downward and allow crap to get in behind. The Husky's were a little cheaper, but not by much.
 

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I’m looking at liners for my 2017 too. I had Husky Liners in my 2015 and really liked the back one, since it covered the underseat area completely. The front ones were horrible though. They moved around a lot and the door side was always in the way when exiting.


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I just fitted WeatherTech front and rear floor liners in my 2017 Titan Plaitnum Reserve in the cocoa color and they look and fit extremely well. The standard Nissan mats that came with the truck were flat and did not cover the sides of the transmission tunnel or the left driver's foot rest area (deadpedal) in the footwell, and did not cover the area under the accelerator pedal. The Weathertech floorliners cover both these areas and also extend over the door sill plate to give complete coverage. In the rear the floor liner has a rise all along the rear to the tool storage area and fits over the front seat rail covers and again goes over the door sill area where you step in. The Weathertech floorliners are expensive but after having installed on my last 2 vehicles I feel the quality, complete coverage and excellent fit were well worth the money. Getting the front floorliners into the floor peg holders was tough, I used a flat blade screwdriver as a shoe horn to get them over the peg and completely attached.
 

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MAXspider 3D mats are in my opinion the equal of Weathertech at a significant savings.
I had them in my Frontier and now the Titan and we have Weathertech in my wife's CRV.
Check them out, you may be pleasantly surprised.
 

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I have Weathertech front liners and they are good.

Personally, I see no reason why the liner does not cover the "dead petal" area where your left foot rests, and where mud and dirt get left on your uncovered factory carpet. That's a real negative to me, but nobody seems to make a liner that covers the dead pedal area.

I also tried to buy a 1-piece rear Weathertech floor liner for my 2015 Titan king cab. They are not available.

Their reason: There are not enough Titan king cabs to justify making the rear liner.

That seems weird because I think I saw liners for Honda pickups and such---and I have never seen a Honda pickup truck.
 

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Personally, I see no reason why the liner does not cover the "dead petal" area where your left foot rests, and where mud and dirt get left on your uncovered factory carpet. That's a real negative to me, but nobody seems to make a liner that covers the dead pedal area.
Agreed. This is a damning deficiency. The Husky Liners I had in my 2015, and otherwise didn’t care for, covered this area and I was hoping to have the same coverage in my 2017.

I have never seen a Honda pickup truck.

The old Honda Ridgeline is very common vehicle here in Colorado. The new one less so, but they’re only a year or so on the market.




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MAXspider 3D mats are in my opinion the equal of Weathertech at a significant savings.

I had them in my Frontier and now the Titan and we have Weathertech in my wife's CRV.

Check them out, you may be pleasantly surprised.


They appear to cover the dead pedal area, which the WeatherTech do not. The websites I’ve found that list availability for the 2017 Titan seem to be out of stock on black front mats.

Where did you find yours?


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Being in Canada I got them online at Partsengine.ca, and I have a '15.

You could try Amazon or AutoAnything? - America's Auto and Truck Accessories SuperStore › Floor Mats & Liners › All-Weather Floor Mats

Do a google search for MAXspider floor mats.


Yeah. I found them plenty of places in the US, it’s just that the black are sold out everywhere. If I needed beige, I’d be set.

I went ahead and ordered the Maxliners from Amazon (since I had a credit). I’ll report back on how they are.


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The only thing that I don't like about the WeatherTech ones (besides the price) is that they cover half the sill trim (with Platinum Reserve on it).
Now, I have an "erve" trim level! LOL.

But the brown matches the dark brown of the upholstery fairly well, and is more cheerful than black.
 

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So, I went ahead and got the MaxLiner mats. Overall, I’m pretty pleased, especially since they were $40 cheaper than the WeatherTech mats. They mostly cover the dead pedal, which is good, and they don’t have the annoying lip on the door side that the Husky liners I had in my 2015 Titan had (and which I caught my foot on all the time).

They did take a couple days to settle down into place and lose the creases from shipping, but they’re fine now that we’ve had a couple of warm days.




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