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Here's the deal- Dealer agreed to a set of WeatherTec mats. Today he called and said the car is so new they haven't been manufactured for the CT200H yet, but it is imminent. He offered up a set of rubber Lexus mats instead, but said I could wait for the WeatherTecs. Not sure which way to go. Thoughts?
 

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Wait for the weathertech - I've had them on my last two cars and they are the best winter mats for protecting your floor. The only thing I found is I had to keep a rag in the mat to soak up the water that accumulates from the melting snow.
 

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I agree, don't settle for less, I'd recommend waiting. The Lexus ones have a gazillion small patterns/nubs on them which will be a pain to clean and the lip on the edges isn't that pronounced, so you'll likely end up with snow melt leaking out quite easily. I'm awaiting the WeatherTech ones too!
 

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there is a store called "Walmart"!
i just happened to find a model that fits really well and cost $25 for the set!
it is a Lexus but not everything has to be over priced.

I have had BMW mats before on my old car. to be honest, you can't make any more technology on a floor mat these days to make them cost more than $50.
 

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I heard the Lexus Weather Floor mats degrade very quickly and fall apart easily, at least on the IS, GS, and RX. I'd assume it's the same material for the CT. Buyer beware.
 

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I have had WeatherTech FloorLiners in all my cars and I swear by them. They might be pricey, but the way they are designed with the lip to keep all the water and slush in is worth it. I have had all weather mats from Toyota and Lexus and they do not provide much protection since the water just moves around and spills onto the carpet. I would wait it out for the WeatherTech FloorLiners for sure.
 
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