Car interior/boot liner??
Can anyone recommend me a good manufacturer of car boot/interior liners? Ideally I’d like something water proof that would cover the boot area and the seats (when down). The rubber ones on ebay only seem to do the boot only but I have seen some on there before that does the rear seats (when folded) as well.Posted 7 years agoGary_CMember
Another recommendation for hatchbag here.
They made me a custom one for my C-Max, as I use it with the rear seats removed, & the ones on the website are only listed for cars with the seats folded. Also specified it with the fold out flap that covers the bumper.
A well made product, that has done its job well over the last 3 years.Posted 7 years agoz1ppyMember
dyls – Member
thanks for the feedback guys, I think it was the hatchbag I saw on ebay – surprised a bit on their cost though.
My g/f hatchbag has been transfered from her old car to the new one (both focus’s) and is over 5 years old and still looks in great condition – quality costs.Posted 7 years agoJamieMember
I’ve used a safebag for over a year. Not cheap, but superb. Has the benefit of being enclosed, so contents aren’t on display. http://www.roofbox.co.uk/safe-bag/
Same here. Very handy for chucking anything in the back of my ’03 Fiesta. I bought mine off someone on STW for £20, and doubt I would have got one otherwise as quite dear.Posted 7 years agoSamBMember
I use on of these in my Volvo estate:
Essentially a big tarp, but with eyelets and suckers to secure it to the inside of the car. It’s fairly big too, there’s enough leftover material to fold back over the bikes to protect the tailgate.Posted 7 years ago
The major plus about hatchbags is that really well custom fitted – for something like a 3 series Touring, that’s a real bonus as it has awkward suspension strut intrusions and similar.
Just to bore the sh1t out of everyone, here’s mine – now straightened out the creases too (the material seems to soften a bit and mould to the car)!
I got the optional split seat bit and a bumper protector flap. Oh and the optional “boy in the boot” too…
Posted 7 years ago
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