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This is a comparison of Smartliner vs. Weatherthech. It's not specifically for the Tucson, but, it is a pretty good comparison of overall quality and value. I have the Smartliners for the front only and am satisfied.
 

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I have bought Smartliner for my 22 Tucson SEL hybride, based on good reviews.
It was bad decision of my. These Smartliner are hard plastic, expensive Chinese crap.
Since they are made from hard plastic they are slippery, with not a good fit, sharp edges that can damage floor upholstery and low quality over all. Not recommend it. Will look for softer, rubber like liners.
 

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My Tucson came with all weather mats. I'm sure they're not as nice as these, but I was happy they were included. (yes, of course that means I paid for them, but the convenience factor!)
I've had several SUVs over the past 5-6 years, and bought weather tech, 3d maxspider, and factory mats. I recently bought the factory all-weather mats for the '22 Tucson. I haven't always preferred the factory mats, but in some cars, the OEM mats are fairly perfect. The Tucson joins the few in that regard. I'm really pleased with them. I was going to start a new thread on it. I still have some left-over mats I want to sell from the recent SUVs, but at least for the Tucson... the factory mats are absolutely excellent, albeit pricey.

For anyone considering them, or able to work a set into your deal (instead of an "empty market adjustment")... I highly endorse them. The ONLY thing "wrong" with them... is the price. If that's not a problem, get them.
 
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