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post #1 of 13 Old 05-20-2017, 03:09 PM Thread Starter
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Mopar All Weather Floor Mats and Splash Guards

(2nd Gen Jeep Compass)
Just received my All-Weather with Jeep Logo Front and Back Floor Mats (82214651ab)
And Front and Back Molded Splash Guards. (82214642ae)(82214643ae)
Both are top quality products. Splash shields take some time to install but not difficult at all.
I bought them online here. Moparpartscounter.com Best price I could find online with shipping. Took 5 days to receive.
Total for all was just over $200.00 /IMO/ The floor mats are as good or better than any weather tech mats I have owned.
Will post some pics in my album at a later date.

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post #2 of 13 Old 05-25-2017, 01:04 AM
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Nice!

Even with these do you still see potential for getting weather tech mats? From what I seen their design goes a long way to prevent any bit of mess from going where it shouldn't. OEM mats (from experience) don't do just a good of job.
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Sounds awesome mats! Share some pics when you have them.
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post #4 of 13 Old 05-25-2017, 05:10 PM
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Good or better than any Weather Techs you have owned?!

Now that is a bold statement considering Weather Techs are like the staple product for quality floor mats. Please some some photos up after you receive them.
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Good or better than any Weather Techs you have owned?!

Now that is a bold statement considering Weather Techs are like the staple product for quality floor mats. Please some some photos up after you receive them.
I have to agree with WisHawk... these mats are just as good as WeatherTech for less (about $170 for WeatherTech front/rear vs $100-$130 for Mopar front/rear). Picked up my Compass about a month ago and WeatherTech said their mats won't be coming until later this summer. Unfortunately I didn't see this post until after I ordered the mats so I paid a little more than WisHawk did but happy I ordered them. Better than the heavy duty rubber mats that came with the vehicle.
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post #6 of 13 Old 05-27-2017, 03:34 AM Thread Starter
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Picture of mats. Sorry the pictures are not of the best quality.
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Well I'll be damned. Those actually look amazing and have some nice high ridges all around to keep everything contained. If the material is friendly and easy to clean, pfft... take my money now!
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Impressive fitment which even in the worst winter conditions should hold all of the mess, if not, all of it. Most mats I still see today from car makers are completely flat with a 2cm lip, no good.
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(2nd Gen Jeep Compass)
Just received my All-Weather with Jeep Logo Front and Back Floor Mats (82214651ab)
And Front and Back Molded Splash Guards. (82214642ae)(82214643ae)
Both are top quality products. Splash shields take some time to install but not difficult at all.
I bought them online here. Moparpartscounter.com Best price I could find online with shipping. Took 5 days to receive.
Total for all was just over $200.00 /IMO/ The floor mats are as good or better than any weather tech mats I have owned.
Will post some pics in my album at a later date.
Can you upload a couple of pics of the splash guards on the jeep. Wide angle if possible thanksss
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post #10 of 13 Old 06-08-2017, 02:12 PM Thread Starter
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Here are some pictures.
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Love how those flaps look which seem to fit the perfect medium of looks and actually keeping the side profile clean. I live in a city with a lot of development happening, so when it rains or roads get a bit wet, a lot of it ends up on the side profile. Will have to get myself a set of these.
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(2nd Gen Jeep Compass)
Just received my All-Weather with Jeep Logo Front and Back Floor Mats (82214651ab)
And Front and Back Molded Splash Guards. (82214642ae)(82214643ae)
Both are top quality products. Splash shields take some time to install but not difficult at all.
I bought them online here. Moparpartscounter.com Best price I could find online with shipping. Took 5 days to receive.
Total for all was just over $200.00 /IMO/ The floor mats are as good or better than any weather tech mats I have owned.
Will post some pics in my album at a later date.
How much did you pay for shipping? Looks like the rear cargo mat is about $20 cheaper than Mopar is selling but the shipping to NJ is over $100. Can't be right but every discounted Mopar site I could find is the same price for shipping. Can get on Amazon for $95 with free shipping.
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post #13 of 13 Old 06-23-2017, 01:18 AM Thread Starter
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The price I quoted for the splash guards and floor mats was with shipping. The actual shipping charge was $18.86 to WI.

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