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Are these liners like WeatherTech would be ? I did a search with the part numbers you provided and it does not return anything. Are they Canaidan or US Part numbers and do you have a link to what they look like ?
 

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I contacted Tuxmat and was told that the company is currently working on floor liners specifically for the PHEV and they should be available in 6-8 weeks.
 

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I have the Hyundai cargo tray which is nothing special but works fine for our purposes. FYI, I negotiated it at "cost price" at the time of sale May 2021, paying $102.95 (plus HST).
$102.95 is list price according to the Hyundai Canada site. I just bought the same one this morning even though my car doesn't arrive until early February. My dealer here in Hamilton only had 1 in stock and said Hyundai Canada didn't have any! So for anyone in this area you may need to try Mountain Hyundai, Burlington or Grimsby.
 

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The Hyundai ones seem quiet expensive. I am not sure how they compare quality wise to the WeatherTech.

From my dealer in Edmonton:

Those are the correct numbers for the PHEV Tucson, and there is a trunk liner, part number N7H12-AP300.

The front mats are $325.58, rear mats are $293.29, and the trunk liner is $354.95, but I can do each of those for $293.29, $224.14, and $319.45, plus GST. The front and rear mats are supposed to be available in the next 2-3 months, but the trunk liner is available in approximately 3-5 business days. We can place an order now, and there is a chance the floor mats come in earlier.

They are a little different from the WeatherTech and have more texture, but are still easy to clean by pressure washing and scrubbing them as necessary. This is a picture of what the Premium mats look like:

These are for a Venue but would be the same material for the Tucson:

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I saw these at my dealership today and they look really nice but holy hell, that is expensive. I asked Weathertech by email about mats for the Tucson PHEV and they encouraged me to make a product request, which I did. I would get the hyundai mats if they were priced comparably to Weathertech but they seem to be about double.
 

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Hi there. I’m in Toronto Canada and looking to buy a set of floor liners. I like the weather tech ones but they’re $268 for the set. I’ve looked at some alternate brands such as Huskey, Findway, Maxpider and a few more but they don’t yet have them for the 2022. Anyone have a good solution?

Also, for the cargo liner, I really want one that not only covers the trunk, but goes up the back row of seats. This is great and I had it on my Toyota. I carry a lot of stuff with my rear seats down so the extended trunk liner is great to keep the back of the seats clean. The problem is nobody sells it expect Hundai USA and Europe. See picture. A dealer in the UK will ship but the shipping cost is as much as the liner. Hyundai Canada said they don’t have access to it. Anyone have any suggestions for a good non universal) liner? Also, if there’s anyone in Toronto who wants to order this from the UK, the shipping charge is the same whether you buy one or two.
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Hi there. I’m in Toronto Canada and looking to buy a set of floor liners. I like the weather tech ones but they’re $268 for the set. I’ve looked at some alternate brands such as Huskey, Findway, Maxpider and a few more but they don’t yet have them for the 2022. Anyone have a good solution?

Also, for the cargo liner, I really want one that not only covers the trunk, but goes up the back row of seats. This is great and I had it on my Toyota. I carry a lot of stuff with my rear seats down so the extended trunk liner is great to keep the back of the seats clean. The problem is nobody sells it expect Hundai USA and Europe. See picture. A dealer in the UK will ship but the shipping cost is as much as the liner. Hyundai Canada said they don’t have access to it. Anyone have any suggestions for a good non universal) liner? Also, if there’s anyone in Toronto who wants to order this from the UK, the shipping charge is the same whether you buy one or two.
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Let me know. Thanks all.
So I just received my cargo liner extension. Had to order from the UK Hyundai and ship to Canada. The cargo extension basically protects the back of your rear seats and fastens with heavy duty Velcro. Comes as three pieces so you can use it with both seats up, one down or both down and works with any cargo liner you might have.
It was suggested that since I was ordering that I order an extra set in case anyone is interested. Just charging what I paid. $130 Canadian. If you’re in Toronto/GTA you can pick up. But I can also ship. Here’s what they look like.
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Those are brilliant! I need to find a US source for them, I put a lot of crap on the back seats like firewood and bicycles dripping with saltwater
 

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So I just received my cargo liner extension. Had to order from the UK Hyundai and ship to Canada. The cargo extension basically protects the back of your rear seats and fastens with heavy duty Velcro. Comes as three pieces so you can use it with both seats up, one down or both down and works with any cargo liner you might have.
It was suggested that since I was ordering that I order an extra set in case anyone is interested. Just charging what I paid. $130 Canadian. If you’re in Toronto/GTA you can pick up. But I can also ship. Here’s what they look like.




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Could you please post the Hyundai UK contact info and part numbers? I don't have my Tucson yet (hope springs eternal), and I'd like to have that information for future reference. Thanks!

They appear to be designed for the European 40/20/40 seats. Any problems or required adaptations with the North American 60/40 seats? (I really wish we had the 40/20/40 seats here in the colonies.)
 

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I ordered smartliners from amazon...needless to say they are going back

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Front mostly ok - did not like the hard plastic feel
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came not folded but still creases
(look on the other amazon review pictures of other people and this is mfgr defect)
 

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Others found a blow dryer or heat gun removed the creases and solved fitment. I only have their cargo liner and mine fits like a glove.
I had one bad edge on mine that I fixed with a heat gun, but that shouldn't be necessary. I believe it is due to poor packaging. Weather Tech is better quality. I would not buy Smartliners again.
 

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I had one bad edge on mine that I fixed with a heat gun, but that shouldn't be necessary. I believe it is due to poor packaging. Weather Tech is better quality. I would not buy Smartliners again.
Agree, I don't have a heat gun so someone else can get a deal on used mats from amazon I guess.
 

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I’ve had weather tech in a lot of cars. I usually needed a warm day that got the interior hot, for a final, flat fit.

I’m waiting on the OEM mats, which were included as part of my deal. They look nice in pictures! Hopefully they look that good in person. All these “cargo packages”… they can keep it, I’d much rather have the mats. Supposedly only a day or two wait… we’ll see!

Here in the states they aren’t as pricy. They’re closer in-line with weather tech.

I also had 3D MaxSpider in the past. I believe weather tech is slightly superior, but the MaxSpider mats look and feel less like plastic.

My favorite all-weather mats were straight-up rubber OEM for a couple cars in the past. They got the job done, while looking factory. Fingers crossed Hyundai’s give the same impression.
 

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The oem floor mats are basically another removeable layer of the same cheap carpet that is in the car. I ended up buying Smartliners for the front, which are ok, (lower quality than Weather Tech). I left the oem one piece mat in the back, since we rarely carry passengers. I have the oem front mats hiding under the cargo cover now. The cargo mat is reversible, with a rubber lining on the back, but it has no side edges, just flat. I would cancel the oem, and the cargo cover, if you ordered it and get the Weather Techs.
 

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The oem floor mats are basically another removeable layer of the same cheap carpet that is in the car. I ended up buying Smartliners for the front, which are ok, (lower quality than Weather Tech). I left the oem one piece mat in the back, since we rarely carry passengers. I have the oem front mats hiding under the cargo cover now. The cargo mat is reversible, with a rubber lining on the back, but it has no side edges, just flat. I would cancel the oem, and the cargo cover, if you ordered it and get the Weather Techs.
Again, it’s already part of the completed deal. I have the car and a deal memo which includes the “free” mats when they come in.

So either way I’m gonna see for myself. The cargo liner was included in the “cargo package”… that thing is almost pointless.

I’m hoping the OEM mats don’t allow liquid to pass through. As long as they protect the floor/carpet under them (and look nice) I’ll be happy. I’ve bought a lot of Weather tech through the years. I do like how washable they are, and the fit is always good. I would’ve done that had my deal been different.
 
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