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Just saw these posted at Tacoma4g. First look at the TuxMat floor mats covers. Same interior as 2025 4Runner so this is what we should expect to see from TuxMat for our 4Runners. They look great.

2025 Toyota 4runner TuxMat Floor Mats - Photos 20240603_101337-


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2025 Toyota 4runner TuxMat Floor Mats - Photos 20240603_114811-
 

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I prefer the tried and true and looks much better rubber floor mat. If it works for you.
 

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I prefer the tried and true and looks much better rubber floor mat. If it works for you.
Many people mistake these for fabric. They are not. They are very much all-weather waterproof floor mats and from my experience they are the best out there. They don't stain. They are easy to clean, and their coverage is positively unmatched. I can understand if you don't like the look, but functionally they simply cannot be beat.
 

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Many people mistake these for fabric. They are not. They are very much all-weather waterproof floor mats and from my experience they are the best out there. They don't stain. They are easy to clean, and their coverage is positively unmatched. I can understand if you don't like the look, but functionally they simply cannot be beat.
Agreed. Got them for my Bronco and after seeing them my dad ditched his WeatherTechs for TuxMat
 

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Huh, learn something new every day I suppose. I've been using my OEM rubber mats on my Subie since 2016, no issues. Snow, mud, gardening.
Love em so much, that I'm definitely getting rubber weather mats in the 4R. Didn't know there was such a range of products!
 

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Huh, learn something new every day I suppose. I've been using my OEM rubber mats on my Subie since 2016, no issues. Snow, mud, gardening.
Love em so much, that I'm definitely getting rubber weather mats in the 4R. Didn't know there was such a range of products!
I've got a Forester wilderness that came with the OEM all-weather floormats. They are fine, but we got the Tuxmats for my wife's Ascent. There is no comparison. I didn't buy them for the Forester since it came with the OEM ones, but I've still considered it.
 

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Love Tuxmat. After using in my Grand Cherokee, they'll be my go to when the 4Runner arrives. I hope they make a cargo mat at some point.
 

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Not bad. Never seen these before. They cost a little less than the Husky X-Act Contour's that I've had for almost 10 years now. I'd be curious as to how well these hold up.
 
 
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