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I’m Chris time FK7，today we’re gonna be working on an 11th gen honda civic and installing Lasfit all-weather floor mats.
Some of you guys may remember me installing some floor mats on the 10th gen honda civic about a year ago, and then just recently we installed some floor mats as well on the type R, well Lasfit also has some all-weather floor mats for the 11th gen honda civic. Today we are going to take a look at it as well as install it on 11th gen honda civic.
This is what it looks like with the stock mats, as you can see, it’s not covering all of the drivers feet and there is really no wall, so anything that goes on your floor mat it’s just gonna spill right off, and if I lifit it up you can see how dirty it is, well this car is actually pretty clean. The point is there is really no wall to stop all the dirt from like escaping the mat and of course what the rear looked like, for the rear one you don’t get any protection in the middle, and just like the front one you don’t have any walls, so if you have any dirt or anything that goes onto your mats then it’s not going to protect your floor from anything it’s just going to spill right on the floor and these mats are super hard to clean.
So this is what the all-weather mats look like, it’s really flexible, you can actually be rough on this, I actually made a video on the mats and like getting it all dirty, here is the comparison of two mats. The left one is from Type-R, they look similar, only a minor difference between the two, because of the shape right here, this is a little bit wider than the one that we have on 10th gens, the bottom part is also a little bit different, as well and we do have a bit of raised design on the 11th gen compared to the 10th gen. The 10th gen is more of a flatter kind of design.
But as you can see, I’ve had this for six months I’ve never washed it ever since getting it in survived winner especially, and literally, all I have to do is just spray some water and some soap scrub it off a little bit and then it’ll take brand new.
These are what the mats look like, obviously, this is for the rear, as you can see it’s just a one-piece design. We are going to go ahead and install it inside the car and compare it with the stock mats. So with the 11th gen civics, obviously our mat is down here so what I do is just push the seat back and it has little locking pins well, this is supposed to be locked here, you pretty much have to just twist this to unlock the mat, that’s how you get your driver side mat out of the way. As you can see the cloth versus the all-weather mats, it really makes a huge difference because you are gonna have to use like those carpet vacuums for this whereas this one you can just spray water on it and then it’ll dry off within probably 10-15 minutes, and these carpet mats are really hard to clean.
When you install please make sure you pop it in place and then twist it to lock it, you’re going to want to lock it in place. So now the all-weather floor mats are installed as you can see we have this middle piece right here, if you have any passengers setting in the back you won’t have to worry about this part getting all dirty because this is now protected by this all-weather floor mats from Lasfit.
Having all-weather floor mats is going to be helpful not only it will protect your flooring but it’s actually really easy to clean off, if you do go inside your car with dirt or during the winter time when the road is all salted up, you’re going to inside your car and you’re bringing all that brine or inside in your vehicle.