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Rubber Car Mats - £6.99 @ Aldi

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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
Easy-clean, thick rubber mats you simply trim to size to protect your cars fitted carpets from mud, leaves and grit.

100% TPE VC rubber
Anti-slip backing
Square pattern, with indented cutting channels for easy trimming to fit
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#1
I have been looking for these for my new car, these are really cheap,will pop to my local Aldi tomorrow. voted hot!
#2
For some reason I read the title as "Rubbish Car Mats"
#3
excellent value. come highly recommended!
#4
Good quality mats, Bought some yesterday - just cut them to suit your floor.
banned#5
Always wondered why we spend £1000's on a car and then spend sod all on mats. One of life's mystery's. Exact fit carpet mats cost about £20.
#6
Good deal :)

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#7
20 quid - 7 quid = 13 quid in your pocket. Get a couple of gallons of fuel for your expensive car :-)

wellfan
Always wondered why we spend £1000's on a car and then spend sod all on mats. One of life's mystery's. Exact fit carpet mats cost about £20.
#8
wellfan;2969621
Always wondered why we spend £1000's on a car and then spend sod all on mats. One of life's mystery's. Exact fit carpet mats cost about £20.


Carpet ones are no use for "dirty" weather, at all, they hold the mess and water so you end up with a steamy wet car, that needs drying out; and the manufacturers rubber mats are one of those "extras" that are simple money makers! I have paid over £30 for two front mats only, more than 15 years ago, so the 20 quid seems a bit optimistic. In my experience they last about a tenth of the time as cheaper ones! Even decent quality from Halfords or wherever are more expensive than £20!

I have some currently which MIGHT be the same type as these in this offer, not sure if it was Aldi or Lidl I bought them at - I have had them since just after I bought the car over 2 years ago. They are harder than usual rubber, do not move at all, and easy to "empty" out when very wet or full of muck.Trim to size easily, around purpose made lines, so are almost a perfect fit. I seem to remember paying as similar amount to this, so they may well BE the same ones. Virtually unworn, so I don't need to replace them, otherwise this offer would be good for me! :)

Last manufacturer made ones I have was for a Peugeot, and they had holes in the heel area in a few months, the Toyota ones I had were not much better. I don't bother buying this type now.
#9
wellfan
Always wondered why we spend £1000's on a car and then spend sod all on mats. One of life's mystery's. Exact fit carpet mats cost about £20.


Where? The cheapest place I can get exact fit is from e-bay. If I want rubber exact fit I'm looking at £70 plus.
#10
wellfan
Always wondered why we spend £1000's on a car and then spend sod all on mats. One of life's mystery's. Exact fit carpet mats cost about £20.

It's a mystery to me too. I never spend £1000's on a car as it's money down the drain as soon as it's off the forecourt. Get a second-hand one for less than a grand and let some other shmuck pay the depreciation. Cheap mats are a good idea as you can throw them away when they start looking a bit manky.
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markbloke
It's a mystery to me too. I never spend £1000's on a car as it's money down the drain as soon as it's off the forecourt. Get a second-hand one for less than a grand and let some other shmuck pay the depreciation. Cheap mats are a good idea as you can throw them away when they start looking a bit manky.


Who said I spend £1000's on a new car. I was talking in general terms. Anyone who pays full list price for a car is off their head. Anyway, back to mats. I got my present set of mats free from Fiat as part of the deal when I bought my last car. The trade price for them was £20 and retail was something like £28. These are thick carpets made from tough carpet material and are now 3 years old. Still as good as new. My wife is on her second Hyundai Getz and the mats are now over 5 years old. They are a bit dirty but no significant wear. In my opinion cheap after-market mats are tat and look tat. Anyway, my opinion only.
#12
jazid
For some reason I read the title as "Rubbish Car Mats"


Perhaps you're dyslexic!
#13
For those without an Aldi near by, Halfords had some yesterday for £9.99. There is a choice of either carpet ones or rubber ones.
[mod]#14
Same price in my Tesco's for Rubber Car mats.
#15
Syzable;2972330
Same price in my Tesco's for Rubber Car mats.


If they are the same ones as in my nearest Tesco, they are just the usual thinnish flabby ones, fit where they touch, and more annoyance than use as they end up twisting about or rolling up under the pedals :-(
#16
Mike_P
Perhaps you're dyslexic!


No, I am not diabetic.
#17
I called in my local Aldi (Coventry, Radford Rd.) earlier as I was passing, & picked up some wiper blades (2 for £4.99) unfortunately not for both sides as they only have up to 22" and the offside is 24" on my car. Still the 2 x 18" ones will do two replacements on that side. (I didn't see any spoiler fitted ones, as advertised either!)

Anyway, the mats they have ARE the ones I have already, and have been very hard wearing, a good few left, but not piled high.

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