WeatherTech DigitalFit Floor Liners for the New Highlander (Installed)

A couple of days ago, I posted “unboxed” photos of the WeatherTech DigitalFit floor liners that I bought for our new Highlander. At that time, I also promised to follow up with post-installation photos.

To be honest, the term “installation” is a bit strong, as you pretty much just set them in place. The whole process is almost done before you start.

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As you’ll see from the photos below, the DigitalFit floor liners provide excellent coverage, along with high sides to contain whatever you might track into your vehicle. Pretty much exactly as advertised.

Here’s a shot of the footwell on the front driver’s side…

WeatherTech driver's side floor liner

WeatherTech driver’s side floor liner… (click image to enlarge)

Here’s a similar shot of the passenger side footwell…

WeatherTech passenger side floor liner

WeatherTech passenger side floor liner… (click image to enlarge)

Here’s a shot of the second row coverage…

WeatherTech 2nd row floor liner

WeatherTech 2nd row floor liner… (click image to enlarge)

And here’s a shot of the third row coverage…

WeatherTech 3rd row floor liner

WeatherTech 3rd row floor liner… (click image to enlarge)

As I’ve said in the past, these are excellent floor liners, far better than Toyota’s all-weather floor mats. At $250 for a full, three-row set, they’re not exactly cheap, but they’re well worth the cost (imho).

Hop on over to WeatherTech’s product page for additional details.

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8 comments… add one
  • bitkahuna Aug 13, 2014

    huge fan of weathertech fitted ‘mats’ (plastic containers, really). don’t have a highlander yet, but maybe soon. thanks for the awesome website and product info (i just discovered). keep it up!

  • Keith Aug 15, 2014

    We just bought a 2014 Highlander and since I too love WeatherTech products bought & just installed the 1st & 2nd row floor liners. LOVE THEM! Now they just need to put out the side window deflectors.

    • Michael Aug 15, 2014

      Great to hear. For what it’s worth, I just bought and installed the OEM cargo mat. We have the WeatherTech mat in our other vehicles, but i really want to be able to put the 3rd row up and down without having to stow the cargo protector so i opted for the Toyota version, which has a split for the 60/40 rear seat. I’m trading a bit in terms of protection (stuff can get through the crack) for convenience, but it’s worth it to me. I’ll put together an article with pics sometime soon.

  • Ron Jan 13, 2015

    I have the Weather Tech floor liners, they are great. I keep asking them when the side window deflectors will be available. I have been told they are in production that was a couple months ago. Where are they. We need to keep pushing them to get them to the market.

  • Kelly Aug 20, 2015

    Are the Weathertech mats and the OEM cargo mat similar enough in color and style? Was considering the same, but was worried about them looking mismatched.

  • Ben Aug 25, 2015

    Are Weathertech floor liners slippery at all? Just worried an older adult might slip and fall entering/exiting vehicle vs rubber all weather floor mats.

  • Doug Jan 16, 2016

    I prefer the look of the Aries Styleguard 3D floor mats. I haven’t seen those discussed here yet, but they are an excellent fit and don’t look so “Weatherproof”. I ordered the front set for $75.95 shipped and have been very happy with them. They have a textured surface and a fuzzy velcro-like backing that locks them to the carpeting. If I can figure out how to add photos, I’ll include them later.

  • Pauline May 28, 2017

    Thinking about purchasing the 1st and 2nd row floor mats (digital fit) and the cargo liner from weather tech. Does anybody have any comments on those?

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