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All-Weather Cargo Liner for 3rd Seat Up OR Down

Reading threads, I see the recommendations for all weather liners are WeatherTech or Husky. I'll looking for a cargo liner for my 2017 PF that works with both the 3rd row up or down. Looks like they make a short one for 3rd row seating or a longer one for 3rd row down and it doesn't appear the longer one will fold for 3rd row seating. The Nissan OEM liner one poster posted in another thread looks like it attaches and stays put for up or down seat positions. Are there any other options besides Nissan? Are the Nissan all-weather liners any good? Any info would be appreciated. Thanks.

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OK, we can scratch this thread. After reading reviews on the genuine Nissan mats, I decided to go that direction. 1/2 price over WeatherTech or Husky at $230 for complete package.

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Post a pic, even if you didn't get any replies, threads like this are a good reference for other members.


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I have the OEM one and it works well IMHO.
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I also have the OEM rear cargo mat (same as JayArras), and it's great so far.
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My mats came in. Jay's pics of the cargo mat looks like mine. Cargo mat easy install with heavy duty hooks (Velcro) to the carpet. There is a warning that the heavy duty hooks will stick to any carpet so careful to put them where you want them. They are the carpet side of the mat and attach to the mats with regular Velcro so the cargo mat can be easily removed. Not a tall wall on the sides so won't hold a spilled cooler full of melted ice like the WeatherTech or Husky but good enough for melting snowy boots, etc. Happy with my purchase.

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I have the OEM one and it works well IMHO.
These are bestI can't find any couter part for this quality.
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