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I just took delivery of my '10 Equinox. Any good source for accessories such as all-weather floor mats, etc?
 

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I know husky liner makes nice looking floor liners for these, I looked on there website, their not like the traditional husky's, I'm looking into getting a set of them, can be ordered direct.
 

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I ordered a Husky cargo liner. Strange that Chevrolet did not offer one on the Nox, just a “Cargo Organizer”. I can’t stand a vehicle without a cargo liner, items slide around too much on the carpet. I was never much on the all weather floor mats, unless you have a work vehicle. But I don’t have kids yet, so my opinion may still change. ;D



More Photos: http://jjhack.dyndns.org:8069/gallery/Equinox_Cargo_Liner

It came rolled up in a tall box. The directions said to lay it out somewhere that is warm and place weights on the corners to help it uncurl. I had to lay it out on a bed inside as it’s getting cold outside, after about 3 hours all was fine. The material has a nice texture, should keep items from sliding around. The thickness is a little thinner than other cargo liners I’ve seen. (Honda/Acura OEM’s) It will still provide plenty of protection, but with it being thinner the back lip looks a little wavy/cheap (see photos). It might straighten out after a little time in the summer sun, but I’ll have to wait a while for that. Maybe if they put a curl/roll on the back lip it would give it some rigidity and make it look cleaner.

Over all I say it was a great purchase, and I would recommend it anyone.

http://www.huskyliners.com/Custom_Molded_Floor_Liners
 

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SnowItch said:
I ordered some aftermarket body side moldings for my 10 LTZ. I hate the idea of getting dinged in a parking lot, so I ordered a set off eBay for $127. They've already paid for themselves - kid threw his door open yesterday as I was walking towards the Nox in the parking lot. Some paint chipped off the molding, but that is easily fixed. The company that makes them uses the same paint codes as GM, and I must say that I'm very happy with the color match. I found them on eBay by doing a search on 2010 equinox.
Thanks! NIce find.
 

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I'll be placing our order on Monday for the Weathertech DigitalFit front, rear, and cargo floor liners.
 

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Yesterday I received my Weathertech digital fit front and rear plus the cargo mat.

It took me a month to get them because they were out of stock.

Installation took 2 minutes and it is a perfect fit.

They feel less rubbery and more stiff than most mats, but I am told they wear very well.

All in all, I like them and will give them a thumbs up.

Love my Terrain. :) :)
 

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Yesterday I received my Weathertech digital fit front and rear plus the cargo mat.

It took me a month to get them because they were out of stock.

Installation took 2 minutes and it is a perfect fit.

They feel less rubbery and more stiff than most mats, but I am told they wear very well.

All in all, I like them and will give them a thumbs up.

Love my Terrain. :) :)
I have the liners for the front and back. have you folded down the back seats and loaded things that need the extended space? The cargo liners get in the way since they have a lip near the back of the rear seats?
 

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I do not fold down the back seats ever, so for me it is not a problem.
Would it be for me. I fold the back seat down. Does the lip on the liner go up near the back seats? Just looking for info from someone who has cargo liners. I may just go with a matt
 

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Would it be for me. I fold the back seat down. Does the lip on the liner go up near the back seats? Just looking for info from someone who has cargo liners. I may just go with a matt
I'll test this out tonight. We have the Weathertech cargo liner and Digital Fit 1st and 2nd row liners. We just got our 'Nox this morning, during my wife's lunch hour, so I haven't installed the liners yet.
 

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I got the Weathertech Cargo Liner (Have the Weathertech front and rear liners already. I like the material they use and the rear cargo linger has a rubber hinged rear so it covers the rear cargo area no matter what position the rear seat is. They are however more expensive than the Huskied but I got a discount and upromise points for the purchase.

There are plenty of aftermarket and OEm accessories. I just installed a hood deflector but the OEM is a little cheap when it comes to size. I would have preferred a larger hood deflector.
 

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As far as liners go there may be plenty of options but most other accessories are just extra options that could have been applied to the vehicle before purchase... I want to see things like different brake lights/headlights maybe even a wider selection of things like deflectors
 

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As far as liners go there may be plenty of options but most other accessories are just extra options that could have been applied to the vehicle before purchase... I want to see things like different brake lights/headlights maybe even a wider selection of things like deflectors
The aftermaret has or will come up with things in the future. Mass produced vehicles won't have options like head or brake lights. I doubt you would see more than one deflector. A word of advise about deflectors .. If you by aftermarket .vs OEm the aftermarkets can have problems like noises from the deflectors.
 
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