Interior protection with Maxliner

Get some real protection from dirt, mud and grease with Maxliner’s custom fit 3D digital map floormats. As a known OEM supplier of bedliners for big name brands such as Toyota, Ford, Mitsubishi, Isuzu and Chevrolet, Maxliner spent a considerable amount of money, time and effort to come up with the 3D digital mapped floormats.


Unlike inexpensive and basic universal floor mats, they’re designed to precisely fit specific vehicles, providing edge-to-edge coverage of the foot wells. They also have raised edges around their perimeters to trap and contain liquid. All of this better protects your car’s carpets from water, dirt, mud and other messy things that can get trapped into the vehicle’s carpets or spilled onto the floor. “Our products also have patterns around the floormats that channel away fluids from your feet to a reservoir at the rear edges. Since Maxliner is an OEM supplier, our 3D digital mapped floormats are easy to install, remove and fits most cars, pick-ups and SUV’s,” explains Peter Vargas of the Outdoors Club. “Our floor mats are also designed to not move around or slip on the floor and the best thing about it is they are easy to clean,” adds Vargas. 

With 200 hours spent on research development, Maxliner’s 3D digital mapped floormats are the most affordable and best designed in comparison to its nearest competitor which is double the price. It is also the floormat of choice of Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM).

Topics: Interior protection , Maxliner , 3D digital map floormats
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