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I now had my 9th Gen for about a month and i REALLY need to get some mats for it as the stingy dealer didnt chuck any in.
Does any one use non-honda mats that use the same anchors in the floor, or shall i get some rubber versions from Halfords and lose the anchors?
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The dealer threw in a set of premium carpet mats with ours but I prefer the rubber. Ordered a set of the premium rubber mats from http://www.carmats4u.com and they are a very good. They are exact fit and have the floor anchor fixing.

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I now had my 9th Gen for about a month and i REALLY need to get some mats for it as the stingy dealer didnt chuck any in.
Does any one use non-honda mats that use the same anchors in the floor, or shall i get some rubber versions from Halfords and lose the anchors?
I love this!!

'Stingy' dealer didnt throw any in, yet you wont buy any cos, oh yeah, you're stingy maybe?
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I love this!!

'Stingy' dealer didnt throw any in, yet you wont buy any cos, oh yeah, you're stingy maybe?
Just give the poor guy some mats next time Dan
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I got mine from carmats4U.com, brought the 35 set, made to measure, great fit, they also threw in a free set of generic mats? not sure why if you have brought a set of fitted ones, but the thought was there
far better that the 90 ones offered by dealer
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It is shameful the price they charge for mats, and not impressed by Dans comment either
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You buy a car that's worth 20k if not more and you don't buy the neccessary extras. What's the point in spending that much money if your not going to do it right. And then complain after?
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I love this!!

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You buy a car that's worth 20k if not more and you don't buy the neccessary extras. What's the point in spending that much money if your not going to do it right. And then complain after?
A little harsh guys he's only after some advice.
I bought some aftermarket eBay ones which were rubbish so decided on Honda ones after a few months, IMO worth paying for.
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