This post is long overdue, but… For those of you who have been patiently waiting for photos of the WeatherTech DigitalFit floor liners for the new (2014+) Toyota Highlander, your wait has (finally) come to an end.
I’m actually splitting this into two posts due to the number and size of the images. This first post includes “unboxed” photos of the floor liners. The second includes photos of them installed in our Highlander.
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For starters, here is a picture of the full set, including all three rows…
Here’s a picture of the front driver’s side floor liner:
Here’s a picture of the front passenger side floor liner:
Here’s a picture of the 2nd row floor liner:
And… Finally, here’s a picture of the 3rd row floor liner:
While quality can be difficult to judge from a photo, I can confirm that WeatherTech makes great stuff. It’s very durable, and quite attractive. As I’ve noted in the past, we’ve had DigitalFit floor liners in all of our recent vehicles, and I’ve had no regrets.
You might recall that we originally bought the Toyota all-weather floor mats for our Highlander since the WeatherTech liners weren’t available yet. While those were decent, these are so much better. No, they’re not cheap, but they’re worth it (imho).
While you can buy these on Amazon, I haven’t found the pricing to be any better than buying through WeatherTech, so… I ended up going straight to the source (here’s a link to their product page) when I bought ours.