Believe it or not, I got some fairly nice and inexpensive ones at Wallyworld
that are dark blue carpeting and rubber (my
'02 'scape is True Blue Metallic- how's that for a paint name?). With a little
trimming, they fit as well as the
originals. There are trim lines on them, so it doesn't look tacky. Actually, I
put them over the originals for that
added layer of protection. After almost 10 years and 80K miles, my interior
looks almost as good as it did new, with the
exception of some wear on the driver's seat (leather seats). This is only my
second set of the floor mats, and they've
probably got another two or three years until I ditch them.
Ours is black with the gray floor mats. The front ones are in really bad
shape, so they need to be replaced. Do the ones at Wallyworld have the
grommeted hole in them to keep them from sliding forward?
After several years, the stock mats in my 2005 Escape wore through at the
I was going to buy replacements from Ford, but while I was there for
service, I walked next door to Target, with my floor mats in hand.
The Ford mat on the passenger side has a cut in it to fit the floor
properly, but I bought a front/rear set at Target that fit fine. I forget
if I trimmed them or not. I didn't bother with the slit.
The driver's side doesn't have the grommet hole, but the whole mat has
little spikes on the bottom, and there is very little movement.
Clarence A Dold - Hidden Valley Lake, CA, USA GPS: 38.8,-122.5
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