Car Mat Set 2003-2009 Connected Essentials CEM650 Charade Grey with Red Trim Premium
Buy Connected Essentials CEM650 Charade (2003-2009) Car Mat Set, Grey with Red Trim, Premium: Floor Mats - ✓ FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible purchases. Tailored Heavy Duty Custom Fit Car Mats By Connected Essentials For Daihatsu Charade (2003-2009) – Grey With Red Trim . Supplied with clips (as applicable) for security . Driver's mat with heel pad of the same thickness as the mat itself - to reduce wear and protect footwear . Manufactured from 650gram automotive quality carpet - for strength and durability . Images shown are for example only. Mats supplied will be the specific fit for your make & model - see actual template (in images) for this vehicle model. . Tailored Fit for Safety With Extra Comfort of the 650gram Carpet Protect your car with our tailored and custom fit car mats for little more cost than inferior universal car mat sets.Reduce the impact of mud, dirt and all else we carry on our footwear into our cars. Reduce general wear and tear and protect the resale value of your vehicle.Universal fitment mats are always a compromise and usually a poor one. Very often universal mats don’t snugly fit your vehicle and are not as secure as a tailored custom fit mat. From our UK factory provide a complete tailored fit solution for your vehicle. There is no need for cutting, tearing or folding – all of our mats are guaranteed to fit your car and include clips (where applicable) to secure them.The CEM650 Mat has been manufactured using the highest quality heavy duty 650g grey automotive carpet for additional strength and durability. It has been carefully cut to size then trimmed by our skilled seamstresses in red binding. The anti-slip backing ensures secure positioning and the additional heel pad on the driver's mat of the same thicknesses as the mat itself helps to extend the life of our mats and protect your footwear from rub marks. This set includes 4 grey mats with red trim and has been designed to fit Daihatsu Charade (2003-2009) . . .