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      10-13-2021, 07:45 PM   #23
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I also am happy with OEM. We bought in late ‘18 for our early build MY ‘19 40i M sport and just moved them over to our new X5M last weekend. Front and rears look perfect, cargo liner shows a little wear but we use our SUV like a work truck so I’m thrilled how well it has held up.
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      10-14-2021, 03:24 AM   #24
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For the cabin, I bought some 3D MAXipiter mats, and they fit fine. I haven't been able to confirm that their cargo mat will fit or not.

How is the fit and finish for the 3D MAXipder Mats … Would you recommended this over the BMW rubber mats … Also, I was wondering if you copy post some pics … Thanks in advance…
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      10-14-2021, 05:49 AM   #25
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My vote goes to WeatherTech liners and cargo mat with custom-designed stickers replacing those with WT's logo: they fit perfectly and look pretty cool. Here are pics of the liners and cargo mat with a 45e customization:

https://www.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh...php?p=27882705
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I also have OEM which dealer threw in. No complaints other than the cargo area mat slides around a bit when loading and unloading heavy things. I just move it back in place when I am finished. No biggie.
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      10-15-2021, 10:43 AM   #27
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How is the fit and finish for the 3D MAXipder Mats … Would you recommended this over the BMW rubber mats … Also, I was wondering if you copy post some pics … Thanks in advance…
I have had both mats. The BMW and WeatherTech mats are a thicker, bulkier mat than the Maxpider. Both mats are good however, I much prefer the Maxpider - it just looks less intrusive but provides good coverage.
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      10-16-2021, 12:39 PM   #28
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How is the fit and finish for the 3D MAXipder Mats … Would you recommended this over the BMW rubber mats … Also, I was wondering if you copy post some pics … Thanks in advance…
Just got them, here are some images.

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Just got them, here are some images.
Wow, those look way better than normal rubber mats - if I end up needing them, I'm going this way, thanks for the pics!
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how are the Maxpider in repelling and cleanup of dirt or mud
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      10-16-2021, 03:35 PM   #31
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Just got them, here are some images.


... Thank you so much for the pictures ... They look awesome ...
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      10-18-2021, 06:15 AM   #32
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Thanks to this thread, ordered OEM fronts and rear mats (not liners) for my 2020 X5 for less than shopbmw.com. Free delivery in about a week.
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      10-18-2021, 07:20 AM   #33
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I have OEM front and back but Weathertech in cargo area. No issues
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      10-24-2021, 03:48 PM   #34
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The Maxipeder mats can be washed off like the OEM and Weathertec ones. I haven't really needed to wash mine off. The bottom has small grippers all across the bottom, so sort of like hook and loop, it does not move around, and because it's shaped well, really couldn't, anyway. There's enough of a rim to contain any melted snow or slush, but unlike the OEM and Weathertec mats, there are no ribs to raise your shoes up above that, so that might be an issue, but didn't seem to be a problem last winter...then again, I didn't drive much, and we didn't get a huge amount of snow.

Personally, I think they look better than the other choices I've seen. Their website didn't say they would fit the 45e, but they do. I thought about getting their trunk mat, but opted for a different one. Don't remember if I got it off Amazon or Ebay. I may have mentioned it here before, but ideally, you want a lip around the thing to contain any spills, because if it does get down below the floor, you could fry some electronics. The one I bought has a jog so it exposes the tie-down loops. The other ones from what I remember, if you wanted to use those, you have to cut the liner, leaving an opening for any liquids. It has a texture, but is still pretty slippery whereas the OEM and Weathertec seem to be a bit more grippy.
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