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I know there is another long running thread on these (found here: https://www.macheforum.com/site/threads/weathertech-floor-liners-for-mme.1399/ ).

The conclusion from everyone in that thread is that they just ordered the Ford floor mats and cargo protector.

Well the WeatherTech liners are out now and I have them on the way. So far only the cargo liner has showed up:
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I'll post pics of the floor mats when they show up.

Floor mats/liner: https://www.weathertech.com/ford/2021/mustang-mach-e/floorliner-digitalfit/

Cargo liner: https://www.weathertech.com/ford/2021/mustang-mach-e/cargo-liner/
 
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The rest of the liners came today. Out of the box:
2021-05-25 14.45.16.jpg


Drivers side:
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Passenger side:
2021-05-25 14.57.11.jpg


Rear (note one piece):
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The front liners look awesome and fit perfectly. It doesn't look like the cargo cover fits quite the same though. Is that just the picture or would you agree with that?

I have the Ford liners in the front, but haven't pulled the trigger on the cargo cover yet.
 

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I like that there's coverage up under the pedals. But I wish they had covered more of the dead pedal.
 

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The front liners look awesome and fit perfectly. It doesn't look like the cargo cover fits quite the same though. Is that just the picture or would you agree with that?

I have the Ford liners in the front, but haven't pulled the trigger on the cargo cover yet.
Agree with you the cargo "fit" doesn't look customed to the MME!
 
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The front liners look awesome and fit perfectly. It doesn't look like the cargo cover fits quite the same though. Is that just the picture or would you agree with that?

I have the Ford liners in the front, but haven't pulled the trigger on the cargo cover yet.
Agree with you the cargo "fit" doesn't look customed to the MME!
The cargo cover is custom to the Mach-E: There are notches at the rear for the tie-down hooks and notches at either side at the front for the depressions in the car walls (are those to put something across to prevent it from going forward? They look like handholds).

I just didn't get the cargo cover pressed down as much as the floor mats (the cargo cover came rolled up in a box and thus will settle a bit whereas the mats came flat--the only one folded was the rear which was folded in 1/2).

The instructions on the cargo cover do state that its meant for the floor to be placed in the upper position.
 

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anyone have a guess as to quality when compared to Ford's version.......if I remember correctly the Ford version is more money.......I know no one has a pair from both Ford and WeatherTech but any guesses, which one would you buy....thanks
 
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anyone have a guess as to quality when compared to Ford's version.......if I remember correctly the Ford version is more money.......I know no one has a pair from both Ford and WeatherTech but any guesses, which one would you buy....thanks
From what I've seen I think the WT ones are a bit more plasticky and the Ford ones may a bit more rubbery (which may mean that things slide around a bit more on the WT liners). The WT ones feel like they are pretty tough although I didn't try to cut them or anything like that LOL.

It also may come down to if you think having Mustang on your liners are important or not (instead of "WeatherTech").

We put a set of WT liners in my wife's Escape a while ago and they still look brand new.
 

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In general I like the WeatherTech liners. Have had them in several cars and can’t complain. They hold up well, look good, and protect the carpet. I actually prefer them a little dirty because my heels do not slip as much on them compared to when they’re spankin’ clean. I put the “Interior Protection Package” on my MME reservation but it didn’t transfer onto my order. I asked my dealer to add that to my order and they said that it’s on the order. It isn’t showing on the web site for my order. If it doesn’t appear with the car, I might just get the Ford floor mats and the WeatherTech cargo liner with bumper protector.
 

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From what I've seen I think the WT ones are a bit more plasticky and the Ford ones may a bit more rubbery (which may mean that things slide around a bit more on the WT liners). The WT ones feel like they are pretty tough although I didn't try to cut them or anything like that LOL.

It also may come down to if you think having Mustang on your liners are important or not (instead of "WeatherTech").

We put a set of WT liners in my wife's Escape a while ago and they still look brand new.
I was under impression that Ford's liners are made by WeatherTech, but can't find the reference I thought I saw. With that in mind, I agree that the main difference is the logo on the liners is the major difference.
 

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I'm considering getting a set of WeatherTechs for use in the winter months. The Ford liners are nice, but they don't do good keeping debris on the mat. I pulled mine up on Sunday and there was a bunch of grass and leaves underneath, so I'm skeptical about them containing slush and salt in the liner. On another note, I've also noticed that the factory liners get scuffed very easily. They're a hard material, but I wouldn't call them rubber. The quality overall is good, but before I got them, I thought they'd be more like the all-weather mats I had in an Audi A4. They were thick and flexible with good grip for shoes and boots, these, not so much so.
 

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Are those liners black or gray?

I have the lighter interior but the existing carpeting is black or almost black. Is there any situation where one should order the gray?
 

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I purchased the WT for my MME. Had to do some jiggling to get the cargo cover flat. It fits perfectly. I have also used WT on other cars and like their durability.
 

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I like that there's coverage up under the pedals. But I wish they had covered more of the dead pedal.
I have ford front, back and cargo much the same except fords back is 2 piece and the cargo sits a bit different. Wish they came up higher beside the accelerator you can see where the foot rubs on the console in the pic on the second post.
 

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WeatherTech liners are way too slippery. I had them for my Grand Cherokee and the cargo liner was terrible. Everything slides all over. I replaced it with the Mopar mat and it was much better. The Ford mats are more rubbery and grip better. I doubt I'll get Weathertech again. @HuntingPudel said it himself. They need to be dirty for them to actually work right. That all shows that it's not a good product.
 

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