Monday, 29 June 2020 12:05

Mats for tough utes

Written by  Staff Reporters
Wildcat All Weather Mat. Wildcat All Weather Mat.

Wildcat's new floor mats are designed to better fit New Zealand utes.

With winter upon us, it’s harder to keep the inside of farm utes dry and free of mud, so a set of tailored, hard-wearing floor mats has been introduced in New Zealand under the Wildcat brand by automotive accessory supplier, Griffiths Equipment.

While floor mats have been around for years, many are available only as universal one-size-fits-all and often they do not fit very well, leaving gaps for mud and moisture to seep out onto the vehicle floor.

The latest Wildcat All Weather Mats, available as a full set, are constructed from hard wearing all-weather material and feature anti-slip backing to ensure they stay in place. They are easy to pull out from the vehicle and hose down to keep them clean. They also have a textured pattern to help lift the look of the vehicle interior.

Designed to fit the top-selling ute models available in New Zealand, product is available to suit the Ford Ranger (2012-2018), Toyota Hilux Auto (2016-on), Mitsubishi Triton (2017-on), Isuzu D-Max/Colorado (2017-on), Mazda BT50 (2016-on) and the Nissan Navara (2016-on).

The new Wildcat All Weather Mat range is available from automotive stores.

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