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Subaru doesn't have em?

I don't know if this car will follow suit but every toyota comes with them now (atleast in Canada they do)
 

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Just buy first gen Weathertech mats, they do technically fit.
Is there not a gap on the sides for others for these? I keep seeing people mention this and I was gonna do this but when I tried my GF's first gen weathertech's on my 22 the gap was too noticable for me to not get annoyed over it. Not sure if they morphed out of shape over time though so curious to see what others say.
 

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Is there not a gap on the sides for others for these? I keep seeing people mention this and I was gonna do this but when I tried my GF's first gen weathertech's on my 22 the gap was too noticable for me to not get annoyed over it. Not sure if they morphed out of shape over time though so curious to see what others say.
Maybe a temporary solution then until weathertech releases some for the 2nd Gen's.
 

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I ordered these as well. I read somewhere that these are "port installed"? If so, do they throw the OEM carpet mats in the trunk, or do you forfeit carpeted mats when you get these?
 

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I ordered these as well. I read somewhere that these are "port installed"? If so, do they throw the OEM carpet mats in the trunk, or do you forfeit carpeted mats when you get these?
In Canada, they are dealer accessories. The only only comes with carpet mats. I waited a month for them to come in lol.
 

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In Canada, they are dealer accessories. The only only comes with carpet mats. I waited a month for them to come in lol.
I'm really hoping that my car comes with both the standard carpet and the optional rubber mats I ordered. In the summer I'd like to swap the rubber for the carpet.
 

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I've been using Maxpider's as well for 5 winters. Specifically the ones with the little hairs. IMO better than traditional rubber mats since slush water doesn't pool and slosh around. Highly recommend.
 

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You, my friend, do not live and drive in the snow belt. We have to put up with winter floor mats, steelies, salt stains, snow brushes, ice scrapers, and hideously dirty cars for 4 months out of the year. I know people who actually newspaper their Cadillac (my dad!).
 
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