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Hello forum members. I have absolutely no connection with McNeil/WeatherTech. However, after evaluating all of the mats currently available, I am a repeat customer. Check out the Floorliner DigitalFit for 1st & second row, part 4445-1-2, at $189.90 and the awesome Cargo Liner (behind 2nd row seat), part 40557, at $119.95. There are colors available to match your interior, and there are other choices available as well. Car Mats, Floor Mats, Cargo Liners, Side Window Deflectors | WeatherTech.com
 

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WeatherTech mats don't display the vehicle logo or name, but are superior to any others that you can buy. I originally purchased the Infiniti JX all weather mats when I purchased the car since WeatherTech mats weren't available. They look and work well, but I did replace them and love the WeatherTech. They still don't have the third row, so I'm using the original Infiniti mats. I'm putting the Infiniti front row and second row mats on E-Bay.
 

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Hi KCQ. I ordered these today for the QX60h and will post pics when they're installed, in about a week or so. Interestingly, WeatherTech mats are already available for the QX60, but the mats for the Q50 and Q50h have yet to be released.
 

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Will the JX35 WeatherTech set fit the QX60? I would think that they should fit right in as it's just a rebrand, right?
 

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WeatherTech mats are the best - I have them in my B5 Audi for Chicago winters.

They used to be based out of my hometown Downers Grove, IL.
 

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New owner of the QX and looking into liners (only first and second row). Any advise on weathertech vs Husky weatherbeaters is appreciated.

Husky has lifetime warranty, weathertech 3 years. Design wise they both look similar. No idea on the feel of it during winter wet weather
 
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