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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 ;)!
 

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Weathertech window visor/deflector
Looks good, I was not sure about theses so I only bought the Rear ones (WeatherTech) and I have not installed them yet.

Were they hard to install? How long did the Rears take? Any installation tips?

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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 ;)!
When we finally meet up, I'll show you the WeatherTechs... just saying...
 

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Dude - I’m counting down the days until June 26th-ish when I’m home! We have to drive corporate rental cars up here because of liability and got in my Passport to go to a couple stores today and forgot how badass it was!
 

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Looks good, I was not sure about theses so I only bought the Rear ones (WeatherTech) and I have not installed them yet.

Were they hard to install? How long did the Rears take? Any installation tips?

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It wasn't difficult at all. Clean the windows. For the rear, they provide the little tool to pull down the rubber trim and insert the Channel clips. Follow the video that they provide. It is easy for the rear, front is a little harder. But I think it took me 15 to 20 minutes to get it done (including cleaning the windows).
 

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I had the option between WT and Husky for my Accord, and went with Husky. Can't speak to WT, but no regrets with the Husky mats. One of my best purchases ever. Not got any mud or sand in the carpet thanks to them. Only complaint is the small cleats they put under the mat to prevent slippage are really sharp and also covered the fuel / trunk release on my Accord. I ended up using my pocket knife to cut them off in that area to prevent getting painfully poked whenever I went to a gas station.

Husky still doesn't have the Passport listed on their site.
 

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Installed the WT floor liners last week, absolutely love them, looks/feels like they’re not even there (though the black color might have something to do with that).
 

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The Passport was added to Husky's website last Tuesday. I had checked Monday, saw it wasn't listed, sent them an inquiry, and viola the next day they replied and it was there. The weatherbeater mat part numbers for the Passport are the same as the 1st and 2nd row mats for the Pilot.
 

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Weathertech window visor/deflector
The visors look really nice! Hope you don't mind a few questions? How do you like them, do they feel strong / durable? Were they easy to install, any concerns? Is that the "dark" or the "light" version? Looks dark, just want to confirm.
 

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The visors look really nice! Hope you don't mind a few questions? How do you like them, do they feel strong / durable? Were they easy to install, any concerns? Is that the "dark" or the "light" version? Looks dark, just want to confirm.
Thanks. I personally like them. I never saw the OEM mud flap/guard from Honda. But on my previous vehicle, CR-V, many owner stated OEM mud flap/guard doesn't really works as it is too small. Ever since, I only put on the weathertech. They were strong and easy to install (took me like 25 - 30 minutes to install). They only had one color.
 

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I got the standard Honda mats w my ride.
Before I left to dealers', I pulled Aries aftermarket front/back mats and cargo tray from my HL.

Those mats fit my PP almost prefect. And they match my interior color. Didn't need to try the cargo tray, came w this PP.
I'll use these Aries mats for awhile. ?
Will order WT or Husky later. Maybe sell the cargo tray on Nextdoor.com. Hey I still have '12 Ridgeline accessories/parts in my garage. Garage sale soon.
 

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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?
 

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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?
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!

Perhaps in the future, one of these aftermarket companies will made a super thick one that pivots.
 
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