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      10-13-2012, 07:25 PM   #1
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Winter floor mats

Anyone have the new style of winter floor mats for the X3.. Part #51472164763? The pics online make them look pretty nice, but I'd be curious to see how deep they actually are and what they look like installed. My new white X3 M Sport arrives this week and the rain and snow will soon be here. My wife has Weathertech mats in her MDX and they are pretty nice, but the new style from BMW might be what I want just because they are unique. I just want heavy mats, lots of depth to hold the slush, and lots of grip so my feet don't slide around like in my old X3 mats. Any thoughts and pics would be great.
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      10-13-2012, 07:49 PM   #2
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I looked at those for my X3 M Sport and still liked the WeatherTech FloorLiners better as they had better coverage and could be easliy removed while keeping all the dirt etc in them. You can buy the from WeatherTech but the advantage of getting them from BMW (they are exactly the same) is that the BMW ones replace the WeatherTech logo with a BMW XDRIVE logo, much nicer!! Here is the BMW Part # 82112210410 (Black or Beige only).
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I have the BMW all weather mats and really like them! They are nice and thick and are easy to hose down.
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I have the BMW mats and it looks like these will work well.
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workk well the dealter gave them to me for free
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Weathertech Just got them, fit like a glove!!!!
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      10-15-2012, 10:51 AM   #7
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I have the BMW floor liners. They are great, same as weathertech ones but with BMW xdrive logo.

http://www.shopbmwusa.com/ProductDet...ProductId=3569
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I have them, I'll take some pics when I install
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As someone said earlier weather tech and BMW floor liners are the same. You might save a few bucks if you buy weather tech though.
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He he...I had them for my e92 330D found them very good....in fact as a temporary measure because I am skint this month having just bought the car I have them actually in my F25!

Well its not that I am skint I think its that I feel guilty spending so much money on myself and my car in one month! :-) I will get these soon though, I like the ability to take them out and hose them down. they come up like new when clean.
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Anyone have the new style of winter floor mats for the X3.. Part #51472164763? The pics online make them look pretty nice, but I'd be curious to see how deep they actually are and what they look like installed. My new white X3 M Sport arrives this week and the rain and snow will soon be here. My wife has Weathertech mats in her MDX and they are pretty nice, but the new style from BMW might be what I want just because they are unique. I just want heavy mats, lots of depth to hold the slush, and lots of grip so my feet don't slide around like in my old X3 mats. Any thoughts and pics would be great.
Just put in a set this weekend. They fit and look great plus dealer gave them to me as part of the deal. Much nicer than the plain carpeted mats the car came with.
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      10-16-2012, 02:07 AM   #12
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Has anybody got some fotos??

I would like to see them actually in an X3.
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Has anybody got some fotos??

I would like to see them actually in an X3.
Go to the BMWUSA.Com website, click on vehicle accessories, then floor mats, then BMW all weather floor liners, where you will get a dialogue box asking for vehicle year, make, model. Put info in for X3, 2013, x35i and you will see a good picture of a drivers side installed X Drive floor mat. Description next to picture states the following:

Constructed of an extremely durable and stain resistant 3 layer extruded plastic. The rear floor liner is a 1 piece design that fits in the footwell area and goes over the center raised portion of the floor pan. Extremely durable, semi-rigid material. High walls to protect the carpet from soiling. High friction coefficient surface. BMW Specific design. Utilizes the approved BMW retention system. Spill and Stain resistant. Laser guided pattern ensures optimal fitment. Easy to clean and maintain. Available in black and beige.
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      10-16-2012, 05:59 PM   #14
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I'm not interested in the floor liners, I'm interested in installed pics of the winter floor mats. With the tread like texture.
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As someone said earlier weather tech and BMW floor liners are the same. You might save a few bucks if you buy weather tech though.
When I bought mine the BMW liners were the same price as the weather tech liners. The nice thing about the BMW liners was they came with the velcro pads which were already installed on the floor for the carpet liners. The weather tech ones use a hook instead, so you have to change out the velcro pads for the hook.
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      10-17-2012, 07:10 PM   #16
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We have the all-weather ones and they are very nice. What we like about them is the rear set also covers the hump in the middle.
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