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I just received an e-mail from WeatherTech announcing the arrival of the 3rd row Digi-Fit mats. Took them long enough!

From WeatherTech:

We’re happy to let you know that the 3rd Row FloorLiners for the 2013 Infiniti JX are now available!

You can learn more and place your order using the following link(s):

2013 Models: 2013 Infiniti JX | WeatherTech FloorLiner - car floor mats liner, floor tray protects and lines the floor of truck and SUV carpeting from mud, snow, water and dirt | WeatherTech.com

Our customer service team is also available by phone at 800-441-6287. Feel free to give us a call with any questions or to learn more about the custom products we offer for your vehicle!
 

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oh hellz yea!

I just received an e-mail from WeatherTech announcing the arrival of the 3rd row Digi-Fit mats. Took them long enough!

From WeatherTech:

We’re happy to let you know that the 3rd Row FloorLiners for the 2013 Infiniti JX are now available!

You can learn more and place your order using the following link(s):

2013 Models: 2013 Infiniti JX | WeatherTech FloorLiner - car floor mats liner, floor tray protects and lines the floor of truck and SUV carpeting from mud, snow, water and dirt | WeatherTech.com

Our customer service team is also available by phone at 800-441-6287. Feel free to give us a call with any questions or to learn more about the custom products we offer for your vehicle!
 

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BTW: I had ordered the 1st and 2nd rows in addition to the Cargo Liner in December to take advantage of the free shipping.

Just called WeatherTech and told them the above as was able to get FREE SHIPPING (normally $18 i think) on my order...woohoo!
 

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BTW: I had ordered the 1st and 2nd rows in addition to the Cargo Liner in December to take advantage of the free shipping.

Just called WeatherTech and told them the above as was able to get FREE SHIPPING (normally $18 i think) on my order...woohoo!
You saved us $18. My wife called this morning and told them about your free shipping and they gave us the credit. Thanks very much!

We've purchased WeatherTech mats and products for years directly from their shop and we appreciate their customer service. A lot of companies wouldn't accommodate this type request. Another reason to buy from them directly. Great company with great products.
 

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You saved us $18. My wife called this morning and told them about your free shipping and they gave us the credit. Thanks very much!

We've purchased WeatherTech mats and products for years directly from their shop and we appreciate their customer service. A lot of companies wouldn't accommodate this type request. Another reason to buy from them directly. Great company with great products.
Good to know, it always helps to know about these reputable companies, been screwed over too many times by other companies.
 

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Hey everyone, I just purchased my QX60 about 10 days and am looking for all weather floor mats... can't quite decide between the All-Weather floor mats or the Liner. Perhaps some assistance here? Here are some questions I have that's been holding me back:

1) Are the top surfaces of either the above types slippery at all? (I've heard some ppl say that the top surface can be too slippery, no grip at all)

2) Do either types help reduce road noise from the floorboard at all? (am looking to buy some for all 3 rows)

3) Do either types help dampen floorboard vibrations? (figured the thick rubber material might absorb some of the vibrations)

3) How well do they fit in the QX60? (any noticeable gaps, sliding?)

4) Does the DigitalFit Liner block any of the 2nd/3rd row floorboard vents due to the raised walls?

5) What's the overall thickness of each type (not considering the height of the raised walls)? What's thickness in the bottom portion (not considering raised ridges) (am curious how the overall thickness impacts the already-limited foot space in the 3rd row).

6) Are there other good alternatives? (I live in the Wash, DC metro area... get some good snow/rain, but not a beat-down... would consider other options if cheaper and meeting a moderate-level inclement weather environment vs that in Colorado [for example]). I came across this link for the actual Infiniti ones (not sure if these are good enough for moderate situations): All Season Floor Mats - 2012-2014 Infiniti JX35/QX60, Infiniti Parts Superstore - Infiniti Accessories and Parts for sale online for a discount.
Anybody know why the Infiniti all-weather mats might not be good or as good?

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

-Tony
 

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Hey everyone, I just purchased my QX60 about 10 days and am looking for all weather floor mats... can't quite decide between the All-Weather floor mats or the Liner. Perhaps some assistance here? Here are some questions I have that's been holding me back:

1) Are the top surfaces of either the above types slippery at all? (I've heard some ppl say that the top surface can be too slippery, no grip at all)

2) Do either types help reduce road noise from the floorboard at all? (am looking to buy some for all 3 rows)

3) Do either types help dampen floorboard vibrations? (figured the thick rubber material might absorb some of the vibrations)

3) How well do they fit in the QX60? (any noticeable gaps, sliding?)

4) Does the DigitalFit Liner block any of the 2nd/3rd row floorboard vents due to the raised walls?

5) What's the overall thickness of each type (not considering the height of the raised walls)? What's thickness in the bottom portion (not considering raised ridges) (am curious how the overall thickness impacts the already-limited foot space in the 3rd row).

6) Are there other good alternatives? (I live in the Wash, DC metro area... get some good snow/rain, but not a beat-down... would consider other options if cheaper and meeting a moderate-level inclement weather environment vs that in Colorado [for example]). I came across this link for the actual Infiniti ones (not sure if these are good enough for moderate situations): All Season Floor Mats - 2012-2014 Infiniti JX35/QX60, Infiniti Parts Superstore - Infiniti Accessories and Parts for sale online for a discount.
Anybody know why the Infiniti all-weather mats might not be good or as good?

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

-Tony
We've had WeatherTech DigiFit mats in our past 4 vehicles and won't go with any other product, especially Husky. Where I used to work our command vehicles (Tahoes) all had DigiFit and they were the only way to go. They will fit the QX60 and Pathfinder also.

The mats are well made and sturdy. IMO they aren't that slippery and hold in place well. I haven't noticed any noise dampening difference. We started out with the Infiniti car mats, purchased their all weather mats until WeatherTech mats came out. The Infiniti mats are good, but the ridges are a bit harder to keep clean. We are waiting for the third row mats (any day now). The front mats fit perfect (don't keep the cloth mats under them otherwise the slide locking pin won't hold them in). The second row fits perfect and doesn't block your vents. My guess is that the third row mats will be a great fit and won't interfere with anything.

I really don't notice any difference with the road noise with or without mats in place. They are thick enough to do the job and the side walls come up just enough to cover the side wells. I originally put the clear 3M tape on the front side kick panels and second row entry sill. That was a real pain in the neck since they aways came up.

I don't think you can go wrong with WeatherTech products. They are well made and fit better than anything else on the market. They are very easy to clean and will last the life of the car.

Hope that helps.
 

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I was trying to upload a picture of the second row mats since the photo posted on this thread is not the same mat. The second row DigiFit mats have cut outs that go around the seat glides. I'll post the pictures of all three rows once my third row mats arrive.
 

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Awesome... thanks BobOB.

I was trying to upload a picture of the second row mats since the photo posted on this thread is not the same mat. The second row DigiFit mats have cut outs that go around the seat glides. I'll post the pictures of all three rows once my third row mats arrive.
 

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did you guys buy the WeatherTech floormats directly from WeatherTech? Reason I ask is because when I called and asked about free shipping referencing this forum, I was told that you guys probably bought from elsewhere and that "weathertech never offers free shipping"...

suggestions on where to purchase them from?

thanks
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I purchased them directly from WeatherTech. They offered free shipping last year but didn't have the third row available so we pushed the issue when we ordered the third row.
 

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Hey everyone, I just purchased my QX60 about 10 days and am looking for all weather floor mats... can't quite decide between the All-Weather floor mats or the Liner. Perhaps some assistance here? Here are some questions I have that's been holding me back:

1) Are the top surfaces of either the above types slippery at all? (I've heard some ppl say that the top surface can be too slippery, no grip at all)

2) Do either types help reduce road noise from the floorboard at all? (am looking to buy some for all 3 rows)

3) Do either types help dampen floorboard vibrations? (figured the thick rubber material might absorb some of the vibrations)

3) How well do they fit in the QX60? (any noticeable gaps, sliding?)

4) Does the DigitalFit Liner block any of the 2nd/3rd row floorboard vents due to the raised walls?

5) What's the overall thickness of each type (not considering the height of the raised walls)? What's thickness in the bottom portion (not considering raised ridges) (am curious how the overall thickness impacts the already-limited foot space in the 3rd row).

6) Are there other good alternatives? (I live in the Wash, DC metro area... get some good snow/rain, but not a beat-down... would consider other options if cheaper and meeting a moderate-level inclement weather environment vs that in Colorado [for example]). I came across this link for the actual Infiniti ones (not sure if these are good enough for moderate situations): All Season Floor Mats - 2012-2014 Infiniti JX35/QX60, Infiniti Parts Superstore - Infiniti Accessories and Parts for sale online for a discount.
Anybody know why the Infiniti all-weather mats might not be good or as good?

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

-Tony
Hi Tony,

Did you end up ordering WeatherTech or the Infinti mats per your link that you provided? I live in Texas so I don't have to deal with snow, sand, road salt, etc. I saw the price for all three rows for the QX60 is $138.99 plus shipping which seems very reasonable compared to WeatherTech. I don't mind getting the WeatherTech, but also like the way the Infinti Mats look.

Thanks!
 

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hnp4430,

I ended up purchasing the WeatherTech mats... and I couldn't be any happier about them. They fit well, look great, and perform well with no slipping or wear that I've noticed. I went to the dealership and saw the Infiniti mats in person and was surprised that they aren't as thick as they look from a distance. The contoured WeatherTech mats have kept my floorboard cleaner (via better coverage) than the Infiniti mats would have. And cleaning/vacuuming them has been really easy. If deciding on the WeatherTech mats, I recommend looking around (WeatherTech and other reSellers) for discounts.

-Tony
 

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hnp4430,

I ended up purchasing the WeatherTech mats... and I couldn't be any happier about them. They fit well, look great, and perform well with no slipping or wear that I've noticed. I went to the dealership and saw the Infiniti mats in person and was surprised that they aren't as thick as they look from a distance. The contoured WeatherTech mats have kept my floorboard cleaner (via better coverage) than the Infiniti mats would have. And cleaning/vacuuming them has been really easy. If deciding on the WeatherTech mats, I recommend looking around (WeatherTech and other reSellers) for discounts.

-Tony
Thanks. I think I may just go with the weathertechs. Just have to decide whether I should get the digitial fit or floor mats all weather.
 

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Just getting ready to purchase a JX35 myself and looking to grab the Weathertech mats. On that topic - has anyone purchased their Cargo Liner and particularly - I'm interested in the Large version that will cover the third row mostly being down all the time.

I'm curious if/how it folds up when times require the third row seats to be raised back up, and if anyone has found that to be problematic?

Thanks in advance!
 
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