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No scoop here, just sharing my purchase experience. After receiving an alerting email, I ordered last week and took delivery today. The total package price was $238 (110/front + 18/shipping + 110/cargo liner) on a modest promo having the latter ship free. I ordered the grey in front to provide a little contrast.

They’re pricey, but I had a set in my last vehicle and was very pleased with them. Ever since taking delivery on the new wheels I would check periodically, but WT never showed much enthusiasm to tool it (low volume; a marketing decision I suspect). Two months ago I sent an email asking them to be forthright about their future intention and threatened to go with the competition (Husky). I think that shook the old timber in Bolingbrook, Illinois! Anyway, my brand new protective liners look good and fit nicely. Add to that -- its springtime and I am still lovin’ the Volt experience.....
Enjoy,
TheKingfish
2014 Brownstone Metallic / Pebble Beige Leather-Suede / purchased April 2014
2017 Citron Green Metallic / Jet Black Leather / purchased June 2016
 

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I just got my Husky liners today. $266.14 for front and rear passenger area and the cargo area behind back seat. Everything fits fine and they should do the job. Seems like alot of money for rubber, but I have had them for years in past vehicles and they do hold up.
 

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While I have had WeatherTech in the last, I have asked for and received the GM All Weather HD rubber mats as part of the deal when buying a GM vehicle. Read for FREE and you know what they work and fit as good as the after market stuff. Yes there are some differences but to be honest I'm just not that hard on my vehicles so the coverage they offer works for me and the price is right.

I have the OEM All Weather mats in my 2017 Volt and like them a lot. And dealer threw them in for free. It's good to be frugal.
 

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Does anyone know if the rear mats are interchangeable between the Gen 1 and Gen 2. For example, I have the weathertech rear cargo mat. Will that fit the Gen 2 or are they different sizes now?
 

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I have found Husky's to be better all the way around...
 

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Husky's look much more "aggressive" and rubbery looking (I fear wet rubber squeaky sounds) while the Weathertechs look more "quiet" in texture. Husky's cover the entire dead pedal while Weathertechs don't. For me, it's still the Huskys as I place my foot on the dead pedal quite a bit and would hate to have grud scrapping off my show and behind the Weathertechs, collecting out-of-sight.
 
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