Review: WeatherTech DigitalFit Floor Liners

by Michael on April 25, 2012 · 2 comments

In the past month, we’ve bought two new vehicles — a Honda Odyssey EX and a Honda CR-V EX. As we always do when we get a new vehicle, we also bought custom floor mats to protect the carpet from our four kids.


The last time around, we went with Lloyd’s RubberTite mats, which are quite durable and custom cut to fit your vehicle. These worked well enough, but though they tended to slip around a bit in the second row and they didn’t have an option for the third row in our Odyssey.

After a bit of research, we decided to give the WeatherTeach DigitalFit floor liners a whirl this time around. They’re not cheap, but boy are they nice. They fit very well and provide much better coverage than the Lloyd’s floor mats.

We’re especially pleased with the 2nd and 3rd row coverage in the Odyssey. It’s a single piece with cutouts for the second row seats. As such, the walk-through (created when you remove the wedge seat from the second row) is well-protected.

For what it’s worth, the layout of the Odyssey LX is a bit different, and my understanding is that the WeatherTech liners are intended for use in the EX. Thus, if you have an LX, your experience may differ considerably from ours.

We also bought the cargo mats for both the Odyssey and CR-V, and these fit equally well. We had previously picked up the Odyssey cargo tray from Honda but ended up returning it in favor of the WeatherTech cargo mat.

As far as the color goes, we went with grey on both sets (both cars have grey interiors) and they look really, really good.

If you’re looking for a edge-to-edge carpet protection — either from the elements or from your kids — I highly recommend WeatherTech’s DigitalFit floor liners.


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Brad September 4, 2012 at 2:33 pm

Thanks for your review! I’m still undecided though. We live in Alberta, Canada and my main concern is how well these liners handle larger volumes of melted snow. The Weathertech website states the water is channeled to resevoirs where it can be easily dumped over the door sill. This sounds great if it holds the water and you dump it vs. it just letting the water spill all along the weather stripping of a closed door. Can you provide some feed back regarding this? The All-Weather mats seem to handle more volume but seem more for the LX and not as good at covering the walk-through area of the EX models. Thanks again. Brad

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Michael September 17, 2012 at 2:41 pm

Actually, my son’s water bottle leaked on the floor of the front seat in my CR-V (we have these lines in both our CR-V and our Odyssey) and it did a good job of containing the water. The edges are raised up so it does a decent job of containing the water. In the Odyssey, the liner also overlaps over the edge of the door sill. I guess it’s possible that the water could go up and over the sill if you let a lot of it build up and/or take a corner too hard, but I don’t think that would be a major concern.

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