There are some listed in the accessories brochure for the 2006. They are not tan though.I'm looking for tan all weather floor mats for my Prius. Anyone come up with some decent aftermarket ones? Do they include the holes to help hold the driver's mat in place or did you make the holes yourself?
I have the classic WeatherTechs (without the carpet inserts). Wonderful mat. Soft and pleasant underfoot, but holds just about everything I drag into the vehicle. They do not slide around. I never have to adjust them. They are a bit of a pain to put in and take out because they are so grippy. You learn to fold and lift them out, to take the dirt with them, but also to ease getting them in and out. Use the same technique to put them in. Fold and place roughly in the center of the floor area and then let one side down and get it in position and then put the other side down.wayneswhirld said:Thanks Chaz...I didn't want to wait any longer for responses so yesterday i ordered WeatherTechs. I guess I can't go wrong with them...and not a moment too soon as snow and mud are already taking their toll on the original tan carpet mats.
I'm picking up my 06' in 2-3 weeks and wanted to get the rubber oem mats as well in black. Can you please take a pic or two of how they look when placed in the car and post them in here. Thanks!galaxee said:we actually just got the all-weather OEM mats. they're black and our interior is tan, but it actually looks pretty sharp. just my 2 cents.
hope you enjoy the mats you ordered
I can honestly say that I would rather have a mat that has an effective friction grip than one that uses velcro that is then adhered to the vehicle carpet. Seems like a pretty ineffective solution to an device which is going to have a lot of forces working against it (feet moving around, the twisting motion of feet as you get in and out of the car).Seaside Harry said:I've had the Carbox floor trays from Mats4less for several months now and have been very pleased with them, except for one problem. The four little velco squares have come loose from the bottom of the driver's mat, allowing it to slide around. When I get time, I plan to reattach them with Gorilla Glue and add a few extra velcro swatches for extra grippiness. (Floor mat grippy--not Stephen Colbert grippy.)
galaxee said:i'll post pics as soon as i get a chance to take some.