Question for rubber mat owners 6MT (husky, weathertech, OEM)


Active member
Sep 7, 2013
2009 Jetta TDI, 2013 Passat TDI
Weathertech's are awesome. Never move around. Trunk liner fits like a glove. Will never go back summer or winter.


Veteran Member
Jun 29, 2014
Coastal SC
2014 Passat TDI SEL Premium
I've searched high and low for a rear seat floor mat that covers the center hump with no luck. Has anyone else found anything that covers the rear center hump?
Try That's where I got mine and you have a choice of ordering rear mats that will cover the hump or not. I've tried the weathertech's in the past and they're not for me. Reminds me of my dad's old trucks with no carpet - all you see is vinyl/rubber mats on the floor that don't quite match the color of the interior. I like to see the carpet too so I went with the clear mats from exactmats. They fit perfectly over the carpet mats that came with the car. Yes, they don't protect as well around the edges as the weathertech's, but my climate doesn't usually create a mess on mine or my passenger's shoes to warrant needing anything more.


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Staff member
Sep 25, 1997
2015 Passat, titanium beige, 6MT
I went with WeatherTech because I'm close enough to drive to its facilities and pick them up. My only minor complaint is I wish the driver's floormat was higher around the dead-pedal area. From what I could see, the Husky's have the same issue so it was a non-issue which brand to use

If you live in Northern IL it's worth the drive to WeatherTech's showroom to see the antique cars & motorcycles on display. They have a Porsche diesel farm tractor on display right now and a bunch of Ducati racing bikes.