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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.
I would go the Honda route as well for the cargo liner until some third party makes a folding one.
 

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Yes, I did notice that built in flap on the Honda cargo tray is very helpful to access the little trunk area easily. That's very handy. The material is more of a softer rubber type. But seems pretty durable.

I always drape a med sized blue tarp in my cargo area and to cover the backs of my second row seats. Helps for any spills and to help slide cargo towards me easier. Helps keep the pup spit off cargo area sides as I take him to and from pup park.

My back seats mostly stay folded down for the pup and I have to haul music gear to my band gigs most weekends. It's my very nice, "band wagon" now. :cool:

I use my SUVs more like trucks than a passenger hauler.
And hey, the blue tarp now matches my vehicles' paint, lol.
 

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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.
Thank you. My questions were referring to the WeatherTech window visors. Regarding the splash guards, I installed the WeatherTech version on my Ridgeline some time back, and they are good. For the Passport, I ordered the Honda OEM splash guards. Really just wanted to be able try both versions and see the differences between them. After they are installed, I will take some pics of both and report back later.
 

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Thank you. My questions were referring to the WeatherTech window visors. Regarding the splash guards, I installed the WeatherTech version on my Ridgeline some time back, and they are good. For the Passport, I ordered the Honda OEM splash guards. Really just wanted to be able try both versions and see the differences between them. After they are installed, I will take some pics of both and report back later.
I personally like the oem one better (visually) on the PP so it will be interesting to see what you think as you are actually comparing both versions... ?
 

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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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Went with the Huskyliners in the Passport. I've used them in several prior vehicles, and really like them a lot. The fit is great, material is nice and easy to clean, and Husky customer service is nice to deal with. I ordered them last Wednesday from AutoAnything, and wanted to mention after I put these in the shopping cart, a rep started a chat with me and gave me a nice discount on them (not the first time this has happened). Anyway, the rear mat came Friday and the fronts will come one day next week. Here is a picture of the rear floor area with the factory mat installed, and another with the Husky mat installed. Note the Huskys do not have an anchor hole in the rear mat, but they stay put anyway on account of they have the prickly things all across the bottom to secure them in place.

I will post more pics when the front mats arrive. If anyone wants to see anything specific with these, just let me know.
 

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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.
I went with WeatherTech. I also bought the cargo liner.
 

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I personally like the oem one better (visually) on the PP so it will be interesting to see what you think as you are actually comparing both versions... ?
In the Ridgeline, I used Weathertech splash guards and Honda window visors. In the Passport, I went on the other direction - Honda splash guards and Weathertech window visors. In the end, they are all fine and will get the job done, however after installing them on both vehicles, I prefer the Weathertech splash guards over the Honda splash guards, and the Honda window visors over the Weathertech window visors. In both cases, it boils down to fit and finish, and personal preference.
 

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Here are some pictures of the front Huskyliner mats in the Passport. Note that these were ordered before AA had the part listed for the Passport, so they were ordered for a Pilot (same part numbers). Including pictures of the factory mats as well as the Huskys to show the coverage differences. Only the driver Husky mat has anchor holes. The passenger does not, but line the rear Husky mats, they all have the pricklys along the bottom to hold them in place.
 

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Here are some pictures of the Weathertech Window Visors. These are the lighter tint color. As with the floor mats, these were ordered for a Pilot (same part number). The rear visors were very easy to install. The fronts took a little more trial and error. In the end, they are fine. One small issue to consider: when in the driver's seat, looking across at the passenger side mirror, the passenger side window visor partially obstructs the view of the mirror. Not as bad with the lighter tint visors because it's relatively easy to see through them, but with the darker tint, it would be an issue (at least for me).
 

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Here are some pictures of the front Huskyliner mats in the Passport. Note that these were ordered before AA had the part listed for the Passport, so they were ordered for a Pilot (same part numbers). Including pictures of the factory mats as well as the Huskys to show the coverage differences. Only the driver Husky mat has anchor holes. The passenger does not, but line the rear Husky mats, they all have the pricklys along the bottom to hold them in place.
I have Huskys on my Accord and I love the quality. Though on the passenger side the spikes on the bottom do not hold the mat in place. Now in the Accord the passenger side doesn’t have an anchor so no possibly no mat stays put. But if the PP does have an anchor on the passenger side I’d go with a mat that allows me to use it because I had just 2 complaints with Huskys and it moving out of place in th front passenger side is one of them.
 

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Never mind, think I found my answer.:)



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.
Do you think a Pilot 2nd row liner would fit the Passport? I got front row liners for Passport and need them for second row. Can’t find 2nd row for Passport but can for Pilot.
 

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I picked up the MAXLINER All Weather Custom Cargo Liner Trunk Floor Mat Black for 2019-2020 Honda Passport and MAXLINER All Weather Custom Cargo Liner Trunk Floor Mat Black for 2019-2020 Honda Passport. They seem to be a snug fit and locks in place easily. The cargo liner mat is quite good because there is no slipping of the luggage when moving as its all gripped on to the rubber mat. Iv also purchased a car vacuum - HOTOR Corded Car Vacuum Cleaner High Power for Quick Car Cleaning, DC 12V Portable Auto Vacuum Cleaner. Seems quite good and powerful to keep the interior clean, comes with a pouch and fits snug into the rear storage space under the trunk mat.
 

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Hey all. I too wanted some rubber mats. The ‘port is my wife’s vehicle and she couldn’t care less about accessories so I didn’t want to spend a bunch of money. I looked at the weather tech front-only option which was $60. Had them in my cart waiting to check out and suddenly I realize the shipping was $15. So $75 for two floor mats didn’t really scratch my deal itch.

I went on eBay and found precision fitted mats for $80 and free shipping. That’s for front AND rear.

The brand was OMAC. They seem a bit thin compared to other brands (but about the same as the Honda OEM all weather mats) and the back seat is done in two pieces instead of one but the two mats butt up against each other perfectly. They’ve already collected a good amount of mud and pebbles. If you want all the protection you need, with 3D molded precision fit and the little peg holes that hold them in place, for $80 you really can’t go wrong.
 
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