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Installed today

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+1 for getting them here in a couple of days before our daughters could trash the floor and floor mats.

I've only had Weathertech which I really like but every one has sizable gaps where snow and salt get down the sides. These Huskys are way more snug. They are lighter than the Weathertechs in our Fusion. I think substantially lighter. Without feeling flimsy. I was expecting that plastic petroleum smell. Nothing.

I'll check back when I find something I don't like.

I ordered through Amazon. Same price as advertised on Husky's website.

While installing, I noticed why many don't like the footrest on the drivers left (dead pedal or whatever it's called). I'm lucky I'm short but wish it was not so big.

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The dead pedal is just a bad height no matter your height as most people move their seat so their legs hit the pedal similarly. I notice I just rest my foot on the inside of it.

I have been looking at the husky mats too, one complaint I saw was shrinkage, let us know if they shrink at all. Makes me wonder if it's heat related or something.

Thanks!
 

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I have the Weathertechs in my Gen1 and the Huskies in my wife's Gen2. When we picked up an Equinox, I went straight to Husky. Overall, I think the Husky is a better product with a MUCH better fit.
 

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I received a complete set of Husky floor liners from my Daughter for Christmas!

I am pleased with the fit and function of these liners. They snap into the existing posts in the Volt and have grippers throughout the bottom of the liners to hold them in place. The design is such that they will hold debris and keep them on the liners and away from the carpet.. The cargo area looks really nice and ready to handle any item thrown onto it.

Excellent product and a wonderful gift to receive for Christmas!
 

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I am also using the Husky floorliners and I like them alot. I did have the GM factory all weather floormats beforehand and changed them out for the better coverage of the Husky's. One major difference that is not mentioned is the weight savings of the floormats. The Husky's are perhaps a quarter of the weight of the factory ones. I am including the rear cargo mat in the calculations - better coverage and substantial weight savings over the factory ones. I also find the Husky's easier to clean especially if you have pets. The static generated by the factory rubber mats acts a magnet for fuzz and pet hair.
 

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I am also using the Husky floorliners and I like them alot. I did have the GM factory all weather floormats beforehand and changed them out for the better coverage of the Husky's. One major difference that is not mentioned is the weight savings of the floormats. The Husky's are perhaps a quarter of the weight of the factory ones. I am including the rear cargo mat in the calculations - better coverage and substantial weight savings over the factory ones. I also find the Husky's easier to clean especially if you have pets. The static generated by the factory rubber mats acts a magnet for fuzz and pet hair.
Great point! They are much lighter yet retain their heavy duty usefulness.
 

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Another option are tuxmats:

https://www.tuxmat.ca/store/p738/chevrolet-volt

Found these from Bolt forums and they stood out for the Bolt cause they cover the deadpedal completely. I think the WeatherTechs and Huskys cover the dead pedal in the Volt completely, however. Anyways, more competition the better. :)
 

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