by Oliver Tomlinson
Date Added: Wednesday 12 December, 2012
The good: The mats themselves are of a good quality and are an exact match for OEM mats in terms of profile (I held them back to back with my current Mazda mats to check).
The bad: OEM drivers side mats are held in place by two lugs - one each side. These mats come with a single central lug hole. If your not replacing OEM mats, then this is not an issue. If you are, then you will have to remove the old clips - leaving two holes in your carpet and make a third central hole in the carpet to fit this mat.
Ironic really that the mats are to protect the carpet, but you have to keep cutting holes in the carpet to fit the mats. Why can't everyone just put the holes in the same place? Or better still have proper mat pins fitted to the carpet like VW. Is that really asking to much?
If I wasn't replacing OEM mats, I would give them 5 stars and of course they were delivered with the usual scimitar intl. efficiency.