Bentley Mulsanne Cargo Liner
"I purchased this item in black for my Audi A5. I first went for Audi's cargo mat that was made for my car, but when I went to go pick it up, I found that the matting was cheaply made and not grippy. I was looking for a grip type matting that made it difficult for items to shift. The OEM version definitely disappointed, so I was back on the hunt for an aftermarket choice. This mat seemed to match what I was looking for the closest. I was doubly impressed that the cut of the mat fit my cargo area exactly, and it was made of high quality material. Better yet, the material is very grippy and was much cheaper than the OEM cargo mat Audi was trying to sell me."
"I've used the Cargo Logic organizers in the cargo area of my Mazda CX-9 since I bought it in 2007. They were a gift from the sales person we worked with at the dealership. One just finally broke last week, and I instantly went on the web to find new ones. They were sold as a pair, so I ordered two pairs. I'm really set for grocery shopping or the trips to any store now! Everyone who sees them is intrigued by the simple genius of this invention. I obviously will never choose to be without them."
"This product is exactly as described and fits our 2011 Mercedes wagon perfectly. We like it, because it is transparent, so you can still see the carpeting underneath it."
"This arrived appropriately packed and unrolled without mishap. It fits perfectly in my 2013 Jeep Patriot and has worked fantastic. The 'holes' provide an extra benefit when I accidentally spilled my soda, and nothing spilled over the edge."
"I ordered this along with the front cargo liner kit. The install took about 90 minutes total, and was probably prolonged by the fact that it was too cold outside to remove the top for easier access. The liner looks fantastic. Two complaints: 1) There aren't manufactured score marks for floor plugs, so you'll have to take care of that manually if you hope for draining. 2) There were a couple places where additional hook and loop would have been nice, but it's not a big enough issue to warrant a trip to the hardware store to do something about it."