I know it's been discussed in a couple of other old threads but I'm getting ready to order a Weathertech cargo mat and was wondering if anyone has any updated recommendations. I like the cutouts the Weathertech mats have for the third row seats.
Also, any recommendations for the front and second rows? The fronts for any 07+ Tahoe should fit but the second row needs to be specific to our Hybrids. I'm looking for a carpet (i.e. not rubber) second row mat that extends the whole way across the floor. The factory ones that come with the Tahoe are useless, there's better stuff at Costco....
Hey Ed, mind if I ask where you got your Weathertech mat and how much?? Cheapest I can find on line is around $150 from Amazon (yep, Amazon). I think I've read that someone had gotten theirs for less than $100 in another post.
Update ... I just got off the phone with the local 4Wheel Parts store and they have it in stock for $125 plus tax No need to deal with the shipping hassle. They also stock Nifty mats so I'm going to see how those look before I by the Weathertech.
ShakinEikin, their website has the mat for the same price and it was free ground UPS so check them out. Depending where you are, you may try calling their local store if you have one ....
I didn't even think to check locally (which I prefer - support local companies and satisfy the instant gratification need ).
The Nifty mat might be what I'm looking for, I will have to look at them. Have you seen Nifty's "Cargo-Loks"? Might be a perfect solution for me (mat and Loks). Especially since I don't think the Hybrid supports the cargo net option.
OK, so here's what I'm ending up with. I picked up the Weathertech cargo mat for the rear w/third row yesterday. Cargo mat is rubber/plastic so it'll be easy to clean and stuff won't slide around.
I ordered the Nifty Catch-all mats for the front and 2nd row (not the Extreme ones though). The regular Catch-Alls have a "carpet" look so it keeps the stock appearance but the mats have better coverage and can be removed and scrubbed/hosed down if needed. My preference is to not have the rubber mat look in the front of the vehicle. The guy at 4Wheel Parts said he's had a set of Niftys for five years and all he does is scrub them down every so often. They didn't have any Niftys in stock for me to look at but the photos at various sites on-line look decent. By the way, the best deal I found on the Niftys were on Amazon, mine should be here in a week or so. The cargo locks look interesting too, wonder if you can buy those without getting the mat?