Don't go with the clear plastic mats....all weather mats is the way to go. I bought the one from dealer but the new one from mats.com has a 1 piece for the back to cover the center which is nice.slick07LE said:Thanks. I'm still trying to decide whether or not to get the all weather mats, or buy the exact fit clear plastic mats to put over the regular mats...
Thanks.lammydi said:Don't go with the clear plastic mats....all weather mats is the way to go. I bought the one from dealer but the new one from mats.com has a 1 piece for the back to cover the center which is nice.
Same here...except I got mine for getting the Platinum Protection Package. I keep the carpet ones tucked away for resale at a later date.CanadianDad said:My dealer threw in my all-weather mats when I bought the car (yes, I got the carpet mats AND the nice Toyota brand all weather mats). My dealer likes me as I have bought 4 cars there in the past few years...and subsequently I like them too!!
Thanks for your comment on the rims. I have Nitto 555 extreme tires and I love these tires. They are more quiet than my stock Michellin. The ride is a bit rougher because of bigger wheel but I have much better traction control and quiet espcially driving between 80 to 90 mph. I have Falken on my Highlander and the Nitto is still a much better tire.slick07LE said:Thanks.
And btw, those Gazario rims look great on that car.