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My Fiat trunk mat, which I got from the dealer, has more height than the Weathertech and is a good quality thick rubber. Not sure if Fiat does a similar front mat. I've heard good things about Weathertech quality too. Not much choice on the market right now, even for carpet.
 

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I use Weather Tech in our SUV, Wrangler and truck and love them. Great quality and perfect fit.

For me though, I am going to use Coco mats for that classic look and a little pop of color. I just feel they match the fun and retro personality of the 124.

Pure function though, it would be Weather Tech
 

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Has anyone bought the WeatherTech front row floor mats and rear cargo mats yet ? I see they have it listed on their site. Best mats I have personally used before in other vehicles.

$109.95 for the front floor mats
$89.95 for the rear cargo mat

Fronts: http://www.weathertech.com/fiat/2017/124-spider/floorliner-digitalfit/

Cargo: http://www.weathertech.com/fiat/2017/124-spider/cargo-liner/
Yes, I bought both. I really was hoping the cargo mat would cover more than just the well, but it covers it well. I was not sure I was going to like the front floor liners, but I am really glad I got them. They really fit well and protect the carpet. They also look like they belong. I am very happy with them.:D
 

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Do the front mats fit MT as well as AT? Over here in RHD-land we can order "rubber mats" from the accessories catalogue - but only for LHD :( so not much use...but maybe with a bit of trimming the LHD "passenger" mat will fit under the pedals for the RHD "driver", and the cutouts for the LHD "driver" might look OK for the RGD "passenger". But at £151.82 I don't fancy trying...
 

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Do the front mats fit MT as well as AT? Over here in RHD-land we can order "rubber mats" from the accessories catalogue - but only for LHD :( so not much use...but maybe with a bit of trimming the LHD "passenger" mat will fit under the pedals for the RHD "driver", and the cutouts for the LHD "driver" might look OK for the RGD "passenger". But at £151.82 I don't fancy trying...
There is no difference between manual and automatic, but there is a huge difference between right and left. I would not expect you could modify the WeatherTech mats to fit your RHD car. :(
 

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""... I am going to use Coco mats for that classic look and a little pop of color. I just feel they match the fun and retro personality of the 124.""

Totally agree for this car. I'm very happy with the custom cut sisal mat version I put in mine last fall!
 

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I have the front WeatherTech mats as well and really happy with them. They cover the entire surface and fit like a glove.
We had some decent snow already in Toronto and getting in and out with dirty snow covered shoes, I'm really glad I spent the money. My carpets would have been ruined already by now.
 

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I am trying to decide between the WeatherTech and cocoa mats. I live on west coast of FL and deal with sand. Like the looks of the cocoa mats but the WeatherTech might give easier cleaning. My Mother gave me money for Christmas to get the floor mats so I need to decide soon. Any one make a decision between one of these before purchasing?
 

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I am trying to decide between the WeatherTech and cocoa mats. I live on west coast of FL and deal with sand. Like the looks of the cocoa mats but the WeatherTech might give easier cleaning. My Mother gave me money for Christmas to get the floor mats so I need to decide soon. Any one make a decision between one of these before purchasing?
Yes. I went with the WeatherTech mats. They make for really easy clean up for sand or snow or mud, and they look great. They will also keep things from accumulating under the seat.
 

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The WeatherTech mats are a great product, and I have used them in all of the recent cars we have owned. They are particularly effective in our Mercedes Sprinter based RV, as we are camping in all sorts of terrain and weather.

However, as soon as I saw the first pictures of the new 124 Spider and decided that I had to have one, I knew I would be installing cocoa mats (cocomats.com). They were in my '70 and '73 124 Spiders, my first car, a '67 VW, as well in two Porsches along the way. The new generation cocoa mats are fully rubber backed and have a large rubber heel pad. I have the black/orange combination in my Bronzo Magnetico with tan interior. The "orange" is actually very close in color to the tan of the interior. They don't show any dirt and fit the same as the oem carpet mats.

Joe
 

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The cocomats.com people make terrific classic style mats. I have their sisal fiber mats in both my new Spider and my 1980 Triumph.
 

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I have the Weathertech mats in my Abarth. They were a surprise Christmas gift from my daughter and actually a pleasant surprise. They fit great and make clean up easy. I removed the Weathertech badges and found Abarth badges of similar dimensions. I'll post photos when they arrive from England.
 

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WeatherTech is pretty much the go to company with mats if you want something that last longer, maybe even longer than the car's lifespan. Also interested to see Abarth badges where the WT badges are.
 

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I have the Weathertech mats in my Abarth. They were a surprise Christmas gift from my daughter and actually a pleasant surprise. They fit great and make clean up easy. I removed the Weathertech badges and found Abarth badges of similar dimensions. I'll post photos when they arrive from England.
Where did you get the badges of similar dimensions. I would replace the WT badges, If I could find a suitable (Fiat/Alfa/Mopar) substitute.
 

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Thanks for the Cocomats.com tip... have seen them in older BMWs and Porsches before and didn't realize they were still around. (Now to pick the color... quite a few options could really complement the bronze)
 

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How about the 500Madness floor mats? ...would anyone consider those over the Weathertech ...found under the 'New Products' tab
 
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