The Toyota Fortuner is a really good looking car, and also offers all of the reliability and safety we have come to expect from the Toyota stable. If you're a Fortuner owner, one of the many advantages you have probably discovered to this vehicle is its really spacious trunk, which gives you loads of cargo space and allows you to transport whatever you need – from tools to shopping and even dogs! Of course, this sort of use will take its toll on the trunk's inside pretty quickly without something there to protect it, so keep yours in mint condition by buying one of these great Toyota Fortuner cargo liners.
Cargo liners provide a protective surface that can handle all kinds of punishment, from bulky boxes and tools shifting around in transit through to leaks, spills, grease and dirt, meaning your trunk's original interior won't have to bear the brunt of any of this damage. You can easily clean the cargo liner when you need to, meaning your car will stay looking as fresh and nice on the inside as when you first drove it home! Check out the great range here now!
Treat your vehicle with respect, and do not neglect its cargo area. After all, it's one of those areas that suffer a lot of abuse. Every time when you throw in your gulf clubs or your toolbox, pile groceries or take your beloved pet on a trip, you risk to seriously damage the cargo area carpeting. Stains, rips, debris, and mud don't go well with the factory floor carpeting, and you don't have to tolerate all that. In our extensive selection of cargo liners you'll easily find the product that will suit you needs. Need proofs? Read over 1 cargo liner and trunk mat reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and choose the level of protection that is perfect for your vehicle.
- WeatherTech® - AVM™ Cargo MatStarting at: $39.95$39.95
Posted by Mauro Leal D.
"Good quality, good fit. Tan colour matched perfectly with the car interior. Delivery worked all right and the liners arrived in good condition in South America. My Fortuner is a 2011 model made in Argentina. I drive it in Brazil where it is called Toyota SW4. Please note that I use it with the third row seats fully removed - otherwise liner would have to be punctured to allow the third row seats to be lashed in the cargo compartment floor. "