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It' s a straightforward way to drastically cut the amount of waste from your costly replacement rugs and make sure they still look cool in the store when you sell your car. Completely cut to size kits can be costly, however, so we tried four half and four full size kits, two front and two back. Every mat has better resistance to moisture and sludge, while rug kits give a touch of luxuriousness.
A few kits blend and fit the two models in hybrids mats. The semiautomatic kits are trimmed as close as possible to our test car. We have also judged how neat the mats fit into the gutters. In order to imitate the way of daily use and wearing, a pair of mats is put through, we use a metal mesh comb on rugs and cushions.
Ring 7000 combines top of the range value with top performance, followed by Michelin's Premium series. Places were inverted in the cut-to-fit section, where Michelin's all-weather kit received the highest awards. It stretched far beyond the footballs, leaving only a small rug free. Rug grade was high, although in the brush test the effect was not quite as good as with Michelin; the marking was more clearly seen.
Michelin's front mats were almost identical, apart from a large, supple elastic back section on the driver's side, and all four had a series of springs to keep them in place. Its luxurious rug grade was superb and shrugged with lightness from our steel toothbrush. The slightly bent longish mats fit well in the tail, even if they didn't go far under the front seat.
Turning it 90º worked, but it released a lot of rugs. On both sides in the back about 2 cm of the rug were seen, although the pattern fit well under the sitter. Us liked the non-slip springs in front and behind, which fixed the mats well. Thought the back mats would be a little narrower and, if truncated, not far enough under the seats.
They had no padding for the heels, but each had a large surface of carpeting, which was not particularly thick, but unexpectedly hard when brushing wires. Unusual for Sakura was that this kit was the most costly in the test, although it also provided more stuff than the others and contained a large center area.
It was similar to the Ring 4000, but it showed more evidence of loosening after threading. Cutting the mats for the car was a very helpful process and their length led them far into the foot space. At the back, the mats remained about 4 cm free of the rug, but the cutting line allowed us to work around the skids.