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todd6102

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hi I have a ford fiesta 1.6 titanium tdi 2008 and in need of some new carpet mats for my car could you give me a help on which ones fit perfectly for my car many thanks
 

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hi I have a ford fiesta 1.6 titanium tdi 2008 and in need of some new carpet mats for my car could you give me a help on which ones fit perfectly for my car many thanks
Your nearest Ford agency parts department can still get floor mats that will fit perfectly and match the color of the interior.
 

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Husky liner offers this set of all weather mats for Fiesta
They are less rigid than the WeatherTech mats. But seem to do the job well enough.
I believe that the factory accessory rubber mats are still available through the dealership parts departments at the normal markups over retail.
The wrecking yards are also a good source for whatever you want if it can be found on the floors of parts cars. Prices are much lower on mats that you will have to scrub clean before dropping into your ride! IMG_20200807_155244.jpg
 

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+1 on the Huskys. They go up higher than the Weathertechs. They give you a left footrest without having to install one.
 

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Ordered some Husky liners, today, for my next trip to Colorado in a couple of weeks (and for further wet & snowy trips). Also ordered up some H1 LEDs to match my H11 low beams.
 
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+1 on the Huskys. They go up higher than the Weathertechs. They give you a left footrest without having to install one.
Must admit,one of my previous vehicles(Nissan Qashqai) I bought rubber floor mats for it.When I sold it,I kept them(for a ‘rainy day’!) tried them in the Fiesta,could not believe it,they fitted like a custom made set(front & back).
 

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Ordered some Husky liners, today, for my next trip to Colorado in a couple of weeks (and for further wet & snowy trips). Also ordered up some H1 LEDs to match my H11 low beams.
Husky liners are great. Love the fit and feel and price. They seem plenty sturdy. I cut the back floor set because my center cup holder would have made it impossible to slide the center section under it (the spikes be quite grabby!).

The H1 lights did not fit or light. They would not seat because you need the stock connector to hold the stock bulb in place. The LED has no way to do that because it uses a pigtail adaptor, so it just kinda jiggles in the socket....and when I tried to just plug them in to see if they worked, no joy. Back the drawing board on that one.

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Look at how high they go. These are better than the competition. You'll note that the Husky gives you a default dead pedal surface without having to install one. I'm in the rustbelt. I'm not drilling holes in my floor.
They stay put, too.
People with 3 pedals who like to corner with some enthusiasm get it.
 
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The molded in dead pedal cover is what first caught my eye when I was shopping for a set of floor mats/liners! I think that is the best feature of the Husky liner versus the rest.
I had a tough time putting the rear Husky liner into the foot wells. But as Lions tooth has said, the coverage area of these mats is very, very complete.
My Husky liner set is in my 2011 Fiesta hatchback. I rarely ever have rear seat passengers and so I am going to trim the "center hump" portion of the rear liner away to make it easier to install and remove when I clean up the interior.
If you are a Fiesta owner that hauls kids or pets, the Husky liner set has got you covered.
 

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Look at how high they go. These are better than the competition. You'll note that the Husky gives you a default dead pedal surface without having to install one. I'm in the rustbelt. I'm not drilling holes in my floor.
They stay put, too.
People with 3 pedals who like to corner with some enthusiasm get it.
Dudes with autos who love rolling speed in the corners, use the dead pedal, too! I wring this thing out and the dead pedal surface is placed pretty well. No additional pedal needed even with just carpet. I have owned cars before that you really needed to buy a dead pedal that was raised up or moved over....Ford did this right. There are some pretty high-end sports cars that are really lacking this simple feature.
 


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