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Old 07-31-2008, 03:29 PM
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Cargo Mat vs. Fitted Luggage Compartment Mat

What do you guys use to protect the cargo from spills and messes. I was going to buy the standard rubber Cargo Mat but I saw the Fitted Luggage Compartment Mat but can't get a close picture of it... Any recommendations?
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The cargo liner is the way to go. I have one and would not do without. Completely covers the cargo area and has a 1 1/2" lip on it to contain spills.
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Thanks! I think I see the difference now. There more than two options. There's the All Weather Cargo Liner for $73, Fitted Luggage Compartment Mat for $95, and Luggage Compartment Two-Sided Trunk Mat for $209.95.

Hmmm... Which one?
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I have the $73 one and love it. I usually have the cover pulled over the cargo area to hide the golf clubs.
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Old 07-31-2008, 06:12 PM
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I got the BMW cargo liner, around CDN 110 bucks a piece for a 5 seater config. it is over priced (as everything else at a dealer) and it looks a bit too deep on paper (the edges come up off the floor about 2 inches all around) but they are really just right for containing spills and melted snow/mud etc., wipes rights off
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Old 08-01-2008, 08:25 AM
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I`ve got the cargo liner bin - great for SCUBA gear & wet GSDs!

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The description for the Luggage Compartment Two-Sided Trunk Mat for $209.95 is a little confusing. Does anyone of have pictures of it?

Anyone recommend a mat that covers the back of the seats when folded down?
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I'm a big fan of Weathertech's liners:

http://www.weathertech.com/bmw/2011/x5/cargo-liner/
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Thanks! I think I see the difference now. There more than two options. There's the All Weather Cargo Liner for $73, Fitted Luggage Compartment Mat for $95, and Luggage Compartment Two-Sided Trunk Mat for $209.95.

Hmmm... Which one?
The $73 one looks like the BMW-branded Weathertech one so it is probably what I have.
There's no reason to have a two-sided mat, with carpet, for $209.95. I have carpet mats for my X5 which I don't even use. I leave the rubber mats, in the front, in year round. I have liner in the rear (which goes the full width) and liner in the cargo area.
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