Looks good, I was not sure about theses so I only bought the Rear ones (WeatherTech) and I have not installed them yet.Weathertech window visor/deflector
When we finally meet up, I'll show you the WeatherTechs... just saying...I have the Honda all weather mats and love them. They have little lock type screws to keep them in place and clean up very easily. We get lots of awful weather here in No Cal and So Cal, so gotta keep my Passport clean !
Ooh, Passport Owners Car Club?
As of now, that is correct and why I went with the Honda one, the material is ok, but having the "living hinge" makes it worth it!If I'm not mistaken if we want a cargo liner that has folds at the right spots to allow access to the under floor bins - the Honda official accessory is our only option?
I know what ya mean, I drove two 3-Series BMW's back to back over the last 16 years, the last was a 328i Coupe with the M-package (I know, still not an M-3..lol) but the fit, finish and stereo (read my speaker upgrade thread, if you want) are so nice, the only thing I miss about BMW is the #1,200 annual visits to the dealer (not really...!)...Wrascal, that’s hilarious lol. The problem is, if I take back the ‘Port from wifey, she’ll be driving my M3. And that is NOT going to happen ?.
It’s probably a good time to mention that this stripped (sport awd) Honda is the first non-luxury car we’ve had in years and I’m so impressed with the fit/finish and just how solid this tank is. Haven’t owned a Honda since my CRX-Si back in the late 90’s as a teenager and I’ve really fallen back in love with this company. Cheers!
The OEM ones are REAL small, they barely cover anything, I recall that the WeatherTechs are bigger and do a better job at fulfilling their prime function. I wnet with the OEM ones and they look ok, but if one has big ole off road tires and wheels that stick out, the WT might be a better pick.So is the general consensus that OEM splash guards are the way to go over WeatherTech? Are they even necessary? I mean, they look kinda cool. I have no plans for running boards.