Got aftermarket floor mats for my VW Virtus online for Rs 4,000

Apparently, these are also suitable for the VW Taigun, Skoda Kushaq and Slavia.

BHPian kaushiksudra recently shared this with other enthusiasts.

Finally got the GFX mats delivered a couple of days ago. They are pretty good. Though they don’t look or feel as premium as 3D kagu/Pharaoh mats, for the price they seem pretty decent. Coverage is 95% but a few edges are still exposed.

The mats for all 4 cousins seem to be of the same size as shown here

However, this area on both driver and co-driver side remains unprotected and is a substantial gap which will have to be vacuumed.

Also, the clips don’t fit securely, needs some work to ensure the mats don’t move, however in my 3 days of usage I didn’t find any issue.

Got them from CarHatke at ₹ 3968 for a set of 3 inclusive of shipping and were delivered in 10 days.

Here’s what BHPian raycers_honda had to say about the matter:

Yes, I concur. The fit is pretty snug so that ensures it doesn’t move around. I like the clean fitted look it gives to the floorboard of the car. Here are a few pics.

Vacuuming the floor before putting the mats.

Also the rear before the new mats are put.

Having a glance at the mats before placing them in.

They give a good fit. Although I would have preferred it if the side walls were a little bit higher.

These are easier to clean than regular mats. I find the 7d or 5d mats too heavy in terms of looks and they are difficult to maintain.

Same for all four cars – Virtus, Slavia, Taigun and Kushaq.

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