etrailer Floor Mats Review - 2017 Kia Forte5

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Review of the etrailer Floor Mats on a 2017 Kia Forte5


What's up everybody It's AGA with etrailer.com. Today, we're going to be checking out the etrailer cargo area protector on our 2017 Kia Forte Five. As you can see it lays out in the back area of your vehicle, protecting it from pretty much anything. Let's say you come back from the beach and throw some stuff in there. You've got sand everywhere. That way the sand doesn't get in the carpet or in your vehicle, it stays on top of here.

You can just take it off, shake it off. All the sand stays outside. You never have to clean up in your car. Also great for if you have a pet, if your dog jumps up here, you can see that it not only protects the threshold here, but the bumper itself. So if the claws hit as you're climbing in, it's not going to scratch up the back of your bumper or anything like that, it protects that, the threshold, and the interior.And it also attaches up here around the headrest, so it's going to stay in place.

So even if your pup shifts around back here and gets it to move a little bit, it's not going to fall down, they're not going to be able to pull it off the back of the seat. Now, it looks like it droops a little bit here in the center on this one. And I think that's just because the headrests are so close together. It's a smaller vehicle, so it's going to have that little bit of an issue. Maybe if they had another band here that could hold it up, but it's just a minor thing with this vehicle.Now, I talked about how the coverage is on the back of the seat, the cargo area, the bumper here and the threshold.

That's because it's in three different pieces that connect via hook and loop. See I'm going to slowly take it apart. When you're not using it you can take that off. It holds up easily, and there's a difference between the bottom, it kind of grabs the hand. I know you guys can't feel it, but it does grip pretty well, that's why it doesn't move around too much.

It's all folded up nicely or try to. And then we have the cargo area, which same thing, same material, same hook and loop.Really easy to take apart, fold it up too. I should really worry on my folding. And then the area that hangs up back here, just take it off the headrest, just an elastic band. It's really easy to do. Take on and off. Fold this part up. Takes up this little space when you're not using it that way you can tuck it away here in the side. It's out of the way, you can pop this up. Throw it in the extra space out of sight, out of mind. I Think that does it for our look at the cargo area protector, hope this helps.


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