Today on this 2008 Toyota Prius we are going to show you a variety of floor mats from WeatherTech and we are going to install them on our Prius and show you how they fit. All of these products are custom molded for each individual vehicle. It is not a semi fit or one size fits all. With that, that gives you a perfect fit on the floor and it also gives you plenty of room for liquids like say off of your boots or you spill something you have got plenty of room for the liquids to get away from your shoes and pants. The construction of the floor mats have a three layer material that allows for ridged corps for strength and will offer in great surface texture, and an underside rib to the floor. These will also use the factory floor hooks that are available in this model. 00:39
When you install these you want to slip these underneath the pedals and they usually just fall right into place. On this particular model we will install it on the factory hooks for the floor mats and they just push right in. You can see how you have protection probably at least 2- 1/ 2 inches on this side here alone. You can see it contours the entire edge of the well here and stays underneath the pedals so you do not have to worry about interference about that. These are really easy to clean out too once you get these dirtied up. All you have to do is just rinse them off because the surface is kind of a non stick type surface. Basically hose them down, maybe a brush to knock off some of the stubborn stuff and they are good to go. 01:24
Lets go over to the passenger side and see how those fit in. This is a good example how the mats will just fall right into place. The way they are constructed, they definitely will not move around either. On the bottom half it is kind of a non slick surface to help keep it from moving around to begin with. Also, the construction of the unit itself keeps it from moving around since it all fits in. Lets go ahead and move on to the floor mats for the back seat. We moved our front seats forward and now we have got room to put in our floor mats for the back. This will actually just press into place. It fits over the drive shaft hump and just pushes down. It fits around the plastic pieces in your center council which is really nice. Giving you a nice wide area to keep fluid and dirt inside here and not anywhere else in the vehicle. Just push it into place and then after while this will actually form even more to the individual car itself because the carpet itself does not always lay perfect in them. It will actually match to that eventually. A couple of nice warm days and it will have a tight fit to the car. 02:47
All right moving on to the rear compartment or trunk area, slip the mat into the back. It is matched to the vehicle and you just push it into place. You can see all the way around the edge inside the trunk area, it matches up to the carpet and to the inside edge of the plastic of the vehicle itself and also the vehicle does have tie downs on the inside but it gives you a little part to get to them too so it is not completely covered up. That is why the corners have a little dip in them so you do not lose any functionality of the tie down hooks and also the ones back here, it wraps around those also. The one thing we do want to point out is that you notice that is does not meet this edge right here. Since it has been rolled up in a box and probably sitting in a warehouse for awhile, it tends to take up that shape but once it is expanded and it is warmed up in the vehicle it will actually form fit a lot better and actually fall into place a lot better so when it is all said and done it will actually fit like this.
Today we are going to show you the WeatherTech floor liners for a 2007 Toyota Prius. This is the model for the second row of seats and it is grey in color, part number WT460852. First we will take the original generic liners out of the vehicle. The floor liner for the second row is all one piece to provide maximum coverage of your vehicles carpet. Maneuver the liner into place and you can see that it is designed to fit the contours of the floor board of our vehicle. That does it for the gray WeatherTech floor liners for a 2007 Toyota Prius in the rear, part number WT460852.
Today we are going to show you the WeatherTech floor mats for a 2007 Toyota Prius. We are doing the front floor mats in tan, part number WT450851. First we will take the original generic liners out of the vehicle. There are factory retaining hooks in place on our vehicle. Our WeatherTech mats are designed to utilize these to hold the mats in place. We will take our mats and fit them in underneath our pedals up front. Once we have out liners in place, we will push the hooks through. The WeatherTech floor mats are custom fit to your vehicles floor boards. They provide maximum coverage and have a raised side wall to keep dirt, moisture and other debris contained on the floor mat itself. They are quickly installed and quickly removed and cleaned. All you have to do is pull them out of the vehicle and hose them off. That does it for the WeatherTech floor liners in the front of our 2007 Toyota Prius. The floor liners are also available in black, part number WT440851, as well as grey, part number WT460851.
Today we are going to show you the WeatherTech floor liner for the cargo area of a 2007 Toyota Prius. This is the black liner, part number WT40268. We will take our WeatherTech liner, it into place and situate it according to the shape of the vehicle. You can see that the liner is designed to fit the vehicle and it also provides cutouts where we have our factory tie-down points. The cargo liners do ship rolled up in a box but they will flatten out once you have them installed. And that does it for the WeatherTech floor liner for a 2007 Toyota Prius cargo area, part number WT40268. The liner is also available in grey, part number WT42268, and tan, part number WT41268.