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Old 10-13-2018, 11:02 PM   #1
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Default OEM All Weather Floor Mats for '19 WRX, Two Different PNs?

Want to try the OEM floor mats for my new '19 WRX but I see two different part numbers. First I see J501SVA200 which seem's like the most popular option but I also see J501SVA210 which according to the fitment guides is for the 2019. Floors should be the same for 15-18 and 19s right? Why do they have a part number just for the 19s? The pictures do show a difference in them as well.

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The 210s are also a little more pricey then the 200s. Thinking i'm gonna try the 210s if only two be different. What do you guys think?
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Old 10-14-2018, 09:52 AM   #2
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The 200 appears to have deeper channels whereas the 210 appears to have more shallow channels.

Buy neither.

The OEM weather mats do not really hold much in the way of water or dirt. You should consider all weather mats that have sides to capture and contain water or dirt.

https://www.huskyliners.com/Floor-Mats-Floor-Liners

https://www.weathertech.com/floor-ma...9e8e48de01407a
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Old 10-14-2018, 10:50 AM   #3
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^?!???? How much dirt/water do you really want or need or expect car floormats to hold? Ive had the all weather floor mats in my car for 2 years and change now and no issues. Granted I dont go into deep wooded areas or sandy beaches often, but being in a daily driven car they have held up perfectly in my opinion.
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Old 10-14-2018, 11:37 AM   #4
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In my neck of the woods we do have enough snow and ice during the winter months to deal with that having all-weather mats with high-sides does make a difference. We've had both the OEM and aftermarket all-weather mats and the aftermarket wins for us.

Everyone's situation is different and therefore you will have to make such a decision as to which may be the best buy for you.
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Old 10-14-2018, 06:08 PM   #5
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I had OE style all weather mats in my old car, driver carpet still looked good when I sold it. I live in the snow belt but I just don't see the need for the huge over sized mats unless I was mudding it year around.

Still need to decide on what OE floor mats to go with. Would love to see a pic of the J501SVA210 from someone who bought them.
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Old 10-15-2018, 06:55 AM   #6
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Husky liners cover the gas tank release.. one of those areas that get gross and corroded looking after a winter or two.. just reach under edge of mat to release gas cap. Ive felt the shallow subaru mats.. they suck.. get at least the deep channel.m they feel better on the feet and are more durable. None of the mats I saw covered high up on the driver right side carpet... always get a salt crust there every year. If you have kids the huskeys cover more of the back including the hump..

2018 husky mats fit.. look them up and see the difference in coverage especially on the drivers mat.. subaru cut out the two spots your feet will be most (left foot rest and by gas pedal)

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Old 10-15-2018, 08:21 AM   #7
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No Major body style changes, so either mat should be fine, the 210's are thinner, hence the new part number... i just got them with my new STI, and they are a perfect fit!
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Husky liners cover the gas tank release.. one of those areas that get gross and corroded looking after a winter or two.. just reach under edge of mat to release gas cap. Ive felt the shallow subaru mats.. they suck.. get at least the deep channel.m they feel better on the feet and are more durable. None of the mats I saw covered high up on the driver right side carpet... always get a salt crust there every year. If you have kids the huskeys cover more of the back including the hump..

2018 husky mats fit.. look them up and see the difference in coverage especially on the drivers mat.. subaru cut out the two spots your feet will be most (left foot rest and by gas pedal)
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I have and would buy again these Husky liners.
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Old 10-15-2018, 01:40 PM   #9
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I could be mistaken, but the 210 mats are bucket style mats similar to Huskies/WeatherTech. From what I could gather they don't cover as much, but more than previous models.
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Old 10-15-2018, 01:52 PM   #10
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I bought a set of Husky liners for my 16 STI and decided I like the look of the WeatherTechs better so I got that as well. I am running the Husky liners from the 16 STI on my 19 WRX Limited. Fitment is perfect.

Honestly the Husky liners is better than the Weathertechs on this car.
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Old 10-15-2018, 01:54 PM   #11
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BTW my car came with the factory all season mats and the carpet mats. I like the all season mats for the warmer months. It has poor coverage for real winter use.
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Default OEM All Weather Floor Mats for '19 WRX, Two Different PNs?

+1 for Husky, they also cover the entire dead pedal unlike the weather techs which only cover half of it.

3D Maxpider is also a good option though.
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Old 10-17-2018, 12:58 PM   #13
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Thanks for the input guys, gonna get the J501SVA210 now. If during winter they prove to not offer enough protection i'll order the Husky Liners. I like to run all weather mats year around anyways so if anything these will just be my summer mats.
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