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With all the forward thinking designed into the Pilot, I'm still surprised Honda doesn't offer a 3rd row rubber mat.

I'm curious, what have you been using as an alternative if anything?
 

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I guess Honda thinks anyone who is small enough to fit in the 3rd row seats don't have legs long enough to reach the floor so the floor won't get dirty.
 

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It's not difficult to buy some rubber floor material at Home Depot and use the existing carpet as a template. Granted, it's not going to match, but it's a cheap solution.
 

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ukuhana said:
There was another thread earlier. Take a look at the options discussed in this thread.

http://www.honda-pilot.org/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=1724&highlight=all+weather+mats
Thanks but my question isn't really addressed in the above thread link.

I like the "legs too short" answer but I have short friends who might take offense to that.

Also, I'm not really concerned about an "exact match." I'm just curious how creative other Pilot owners are in fulfilling this need.
 

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Have you looked at Weathertechs...

We got them for all 3 rows and are pretty happy with the fit. You will need to trim (they are designed to be trimmed) the 2nd row a little and the 3rd row ALOT, I also cut out a small area were the gas pedal hit the drivers mat - seemed to impare my flooring it:2: .

We got the the grey carpet ones (see the link below) and color wise the match is very good.

http://www.weathertech.com/store/prodsearch.asp?item_group_id=26
 

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I also have three rows of the Weathertech Advantage mats. I found I had to REALLY prune the mats for the third row to get them to fit properly...
 
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