Cargo floor position and cargo mats

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I have the TuxMats all around, including the trunk. It works in either position, except when in the lower position it creases a bit underneath the upper position support arms. It’s not enough to bother me though, and I don’t *think* it’s enough to cause damage to the supports. I’ve always got it in the lower position, and it’s been there for a year, so it seems to be fine.
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I have the TuxMats all around, including the trunk. It works in either position, except when in the lower position it creases a bit underneath the upper position support arms. It’s not enough to bother me though, and I don’t *think* it’s enough to cause damage to the supports. I’ve always got it in the lower position, and it’s been there for a year, so it seems to be fine.
I have them as well and I would say I’m not happy with the fit in the lower position. It buckles in under the supports in back, and doesn’t fit well front to back as it leaves a gap. Overall it looks shoehorned in there and not clean/fitted. If I could do it again, I’d still get tuxmats for the seats, but something else for the trunk.
 

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If I could do it again, I’d still get tuxmats for the seats, but something else for the trunk.
That's what I did. Tuxmats for the 1st and 2nd row, Ford mat for the trunk, and @AOSK liners for the back of the rear seats. This combination is perfect for me.
 

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That's what I did. Tuxmats for the 1st and 2nd row, Ford mat for the trunk, and @AOSK liners for the back of the rear seats. This combination is perfect for me.
im kind of regret we didnt make floor mat, we were thinking most owners had got the OEM floor mat with ford points.
 

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I would like to "bump" this discussion if I could. I just leased a Mach E and don't want to spend too much money on floor mats or cargo liner. I found a good set of floor mats and ordered a cargo liner from Amazon. After I tried to install it I discovered that it is designed for the upper position of the cargo floor. (I didn't even realize there were two positions until I started researching why my cargo liner didn't fit.) Since I intend to use the lower position, I am looking for a cargo liner to fit there. I was wondering if in the 1-1/2 years since this thread was started there are any other options for a low position cargo liner? I don't want to spend my Ford Points on the OEM liner since I plan to use them for maintenance costs on my other Fords. And I prefer to spend as little as possible since I am not keeping the car long enough to justify high cost.
 

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I have the 3D Maxpider mats and always have the cargo floor in the lower position. The rear mat has the same issues as the Tuxmat. I don’t notice the fire-aft gap due to the fact that my crate is always back there. I know the gap is there but I never see it. 🤷‍♂️🐩
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