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Purchased these for our Taos and 2020 Jetta. Have had Weathertech for years. The Smartliner feels more substantial. The weathertech in our subaru back seats very quickly lost their shape and have been disappointing.
 

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Thanks for the initial post and the comments from other purchasers. I had meant to buy a set of WeatherTech before winter hit and missed doing so before first snow. I’ve put it off not wanting to risk covering carpeting which may not be 100% dry. I will now buy the Smartliner once the snow has gone. I see I can get them from Amazon in Canada. Great to know they fit well. THANKS.
 

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Thanks for the initial post and the comments from other purchasers. I had meant to buy a set of WeatherTech before winter hit and missed doing so before first snow. I’ve put it off not wanting to risk covering carpeting which may not be 100% dry. I will now buy the Smartliner once the snow has gone. I see I can get them from Amazon in Canada. Great to know they fit well. THANKS.
it seems that the MuddyBuddy (by Weathertech) are slightly cheaper:

 

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it seems that the MuddyBuddy (by Weathertech) are slightly cheaper:

Maybe in Canada but not down in the us what with all taxes etc
 
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