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I am picking up my Passport on Wednesday. I want to order weather proof mats for the car to help handle our New England weather. Has anyone used the Honda All Season Floor Mats? My husband has WeatherTech in his Accord that he loves. My salesperson said that the Honda Mats are softer and have a one inch lip.
 

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I'm planning to get Husky Liners when I get my vehicle. Weather Tech mats are more plasticky while Husky Liners are more rubbery. There are number of videos on YouTube showing the difference, like this one:
 

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Get the Weathertech or Husky liners, much better than OEM winter mats.
 

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I am glad I asked. I never heard of husky. My daughter had WT floor mats and I thought they were slippery, however, my husband's have more texture.
 

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I've had WeatherTech in our last 4 cars and the only thing that bothers me is that they are skimpy with their coverage, every one of them seems like they could have been bigger and protect more area. I plan to get the Honda (OEM) ones this time, but would like to hear from actual buyers...
I had the OEM ones for my 2017 Pilot and replaced them with the Weathertech. You would find that the Weathertech mat for the driver offers more coverage for the left foot where the dead pedal would be. That was the deal maker for me. These mats are the same as the Passports.
 

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I have the Honda mats for my Passport and I really like them. They now have the edge guards and protect the sides. Plus they are made to fit. The thickness seems right and it has the name on it. I have no regrets and am very pleased. Looks are great!
 

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I have the Honda mats for my Passport and I really like them. They now have the edge guards and protect the sides. Plus they are made to fit. The thickness seems right and it has the name on it. I have no regrets and am very pleased. Looks are great!
Check the drivers side where the dead pedal is, you will find no coverage. I have a brand new set in my garage collecting dust.
 

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I’ve gotten WT or Husky in my last 4 vehicles so was expecting to do the same with the Passport but the OEM ones it came with have surprisingly great coverage front back and cargo so I’m just gonna stick with the OEM.
 

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FYI: I had the WeatherTech mats in my '16 Pilot and when I bought the Passport I found that they first and second rows fit! Same anchors and all! So for now transferred those over to save another expense.
 

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FYI: I had the WeatherTech mats in my '16 Pilot and when I bought the Passport I found that they first and second rows fit! Same anchors and all! So for now transferred those over to save another expense.
Perfect, that is what I am going to do.
 

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I have the Honda All Weather mats. Don't like. They don't provide any "dead pedal" coverage and nothing near or under the throttle pedal. Looks like the Weather Techs do?

In all my cars, those areas get trashed because here in the great state of Michigan, "Land of a million new potholes" and where they apply 4" of salt for a 1/4" snow fall, you pretty much have to shampoo your carpet every spring and you'll be lucky to not see crystallized salt residue on those areas. - Good thing I bought a black Passport! (LOL)
 

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Looked up Husky, they don't have Passport available yet.
I wish I had remembered seeing this post. I watched a ton of videos last night comparing floor liners and decided that the ones I want are the Husky X-Act Contour (not the WeatherTech), only to find that they're not available for the Passport. Ugh. Oh well.
 
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