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Where can I find custom fit laser measured floormats? Weathertech doesn't seem to have the Chevy Volt listed on their website. I detest the "universal" fitting ones. With some of them there is a real risk of catching on the pedals or getting stuck on the way back.

Please list any suggestions as I am having a lot of trouble finding anything of relevance.
 

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Where can I find custom fit laser measured floormats? Weathertech doesn't seem to have the Chevy Volt listed on their website. I detest the "universal" fitting ones. With some of them there is a real risk of catching on the pedals or getting stuck on the way back.

Please list any suggestions as I am having a lot of trouble finding anything of relevance.
Husky makes a great custom fit set. Just search on Amazon.


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Where can I find custom fit laser measured floormats? Weathertech doesn't seem to have the Chevy Volt listed on their website. I detest the "universal" fitting ones. With some of them there is a real risk of catching on the pedals or getting stuck on the way back.

Please list any suggestions as I am having a lot of trouble finding anything of relevance.
I have the weathertechs in my gen1 and there is just something about the fit that is a little lacking. Since weathertechs weren't available for the gen 2 when we got one for my wife, I ordered the Huskys and like them a bunch more than the weathertechs.
 

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Where can I find custom fit laser measured floormats? Weathertech doesn't seem to have the Chevy Volt listed on their website. I detest the "universal" fitting ones. With some of them there is a real risk of catching on the pedals or getting stuck on the way back.

Please list any suggestions as I am having a lot of trouble finding anything of relevance.
As far as the best custom floormats for Chevrolets, go with Lloyds. You will know why they cost more before you open the box.
 

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As far as the best custom floormats for Chevrolets, go with Lloyds. You will know why they cost more before you open the box.
I think it depends on the Lloyds you choose. The Lloyds I had for my first gen 1 were adequate at best, but I really like the ones I have for my 'Vette.
 

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I discovered two choices when looking for all weather floor mats. Husky floor liners and the OEM (Chevy Volt) mats. I bought the OEM version which are emblazoned with "Volt" on them in case you need to remind yourself what you are driving. The Husky version is better designed to collect water and debris. Both the OEM and Husky front mats have indentations for the floor studs so they remain in place.
 

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I think it depends on the Lloyds you choose. The Lloyds I had for my first gen 1 were adequate at best, but I really like the ones I have for my 'Vette.
IIRC, Lloyd's made the 'Jake' (Skull) mats for our ZR1 and the '405HP' ones for our Z06. Really first rate. They did custom lettering ones for our limited edition SLP Camaro as well.
 

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Check out the Huskyliners mats for the 2016/2017 Volt. They fit well, have high sides to trap water and debris and are durable. http://www.huskyliners.com
https://www.huskyliners.com/WeatherBeater-Floor-Mats/2017/chevrolet/volt

This one right? How tight is the fit? Is there a lot of movement after installing or is it very snug. My experience with weathertech has been flawless with other vehicles which is why I was hesitant to try anything else. This company looks good as well and just wanted some reviews before buying it.
 

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https://www.huskyliners.com/WeatherBeater-Floor-Mats/2017/chevrolet/volt

This one right? How tight is the fit? Is there a lot of movement after installing or is it very snug. My experience with weathertech has been flawless with other vehicles which is why I was hesitant to try anything else. This company looks good as well and just wanted some reviews before buying it.
Tight. The front mats are held by plastic disks with rings that capture the mat and anchor it to the floor of the Volt. The finish is smooth, hard not rubbery. The Huskyliners are made of some type of plastic resin. I have had mine for less than a year but people say they are durable and have a lifetime warranty. I have never owned Weathertech mats so I can't compare. Weathertech spends $$$ on advertising, Huskyliners doesn't seem to do as much advertising. Periodically they go on sale so look for promotion code "Husky15" and you can save 15%.
 

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Tight. the front mats are held by plastic disks with rings that capture the mat and anchor it to the floor of the Volt. The finish is smooth, hard not rubbery. The Huskyliners are made of some type of plastic resin. I have had mine for less than a year but people say they are durable and have a lifetime warranty. I have never owned Weathertech mats so I can't compare. Weathertech spends $$$ on advertising, Huskyliners doesn't seem to do as much advertising. Periodically they go on sale so look for a promotion code and you can save 20%.
Awesome, thanks so much. I'll see if theres any active promo codes online and then purchase. Yeah weathertech is going all out on advertising- I believe they even bought a superbowl slot- must be making some serious dough.
 

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Here is a thread on the gm-volt accessories forum: http://gm-volt.com/forum/showthread.php?272337-Husky-Floor-Mats

Also, there was a post about three weeks ago - "Wanted everyone to know that I received an e-mail from Huskie that their complete catalog is now 15 percent off if you enter Husky15."

I hav no experience with the trunk liner but it appears to be made of the same material as the floor mats.
 
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