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just picked up a '11 Touring - I've always been a WeatherTech guy; unfortunately, they don't have the liners out yet ...so I went with the OEM all season mats...as well as purchasing the OEM seat covers.
 

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They are both AWESOME!

There's a thread around here with pics of the seat covers on my ody. They took me a LONG time to install, but VERY worth it! :D :D
 

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Surprisingly the Honda all-weather mats and cargo tray for our 2011 Ody were nicer than the WeatherTech ones I have in my 2001 MDX. IMHO.
 

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I planned on waiting for the Weathertech Floor liners but with this Ohio winter I finally gave up and bought the Honda ones. FYI - Weathertech told me it would be "a few months" before they were available for sale :(
 

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OEM pretty much mean factory parts, or as Wikipedia says, "original equipment manufacturer, or OEM, manufactures products or components that are purchased by a company and retailed under the purchasing company's brand name."
 

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just picked up a '11 Touring - I've always been a WeatherTech guy; unfortunately, they don't have the liners out yet ...so I went with the OEM all season mats...as well as purchasing the OEM seat covers.

Did you used to use the WeatherTech floor liners or just their all-season mats? If you used their liners, how would you compare them to the Honda all-season?
 

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Did you used to use the WeatherTech floor liners or just their all-season mats? If you used their liners, how would you compare them to the Honda all-season?
I purchased the Honda original all season mats - they work great...they are 3 long row pieces that cover the carpet from dirt and water.

I was a weathertech guy, but the ORIGINAL Honda accessory works just as good...and it's HONDA.
 

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I purchased the Honda original all season mats - they work great...they are 3 long row pieces that cover the carpet from dirt and water.

I was a weathertech guy, but the ORIGINAL Honda accessory works just as good...and it's HONDA.

Did you buy them from a dealer or from Honda Parts Unlimited?

I only need the front row... wonder if we can sell the other two rows or something, because you cannot buy them separate from what I understand.
 

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Did you buy them from a dealer or from Honda Parts Unlimited?

I only need the front row... wonder if we can sell the other two rows or something, because you cannot buy them separate from what I understand.
I got them from a Honda dealer - they only come in the set.
 

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FYI - Weathertech told me it would be "a few months" before they were available for sale :(
emailed them yesterday and they are still saying another 5 to 9 weeks until their mats are ready.
 

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Just as an FYI, Dealer all season mats that are $199 list you can get for as low as $169 with coupons at some dealers. There is a website that sells them for as low as $130 to $140 range.. but then shipping is $30+..
 

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Just as an FYI, Dealer all season mats that are $199 list you can get for as low as $169 with coupons at some dealers. There is a website that sells them for as low as $130 to $140 range.. but then shipping is $30+..


$140 or so at majestic honda including the shipping.

Total $270 for all seasons, trunk tray (non-folding) and cargo net shipped to MD.
 
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