Fabric floormats were free for me (well, not _free_ but included).
MINI Cooper Cabrio: now the car with go cart handling really feels like an open go cart! "... the only man that can come home at 3 am in the morning without getting into trouble with his spouse is the owner of a British sports car!" -- Phil Bailey
I'm getting ripped off for $600 for Floormats, a tank of gas, a waxing and some miscellaneous crap. I tried to fight it but the (insert expletive)s wore me down and the idea of cancelling the order and going to the bottom of another list didn't appeal to me.
The best floormats I have ever had cost me $80. They're the thick rubber ones with the deep channels sold in the back of the car mags. Great for Rochester slush.
If it's not "mandatory" to get dealer add-ons, go elsewhere, it's cheaper and you have more of a selection.
Chili Red / Black Roof Cooper "S", delivered Aug 5, 2002.
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The fabric mats were included in the base price of the car. We paid MSRP.
The Rubber ones were $45 for the front pair, less for the rear pair, and $90 for the boot liner.
I'm not sure of the exact prices, as I bought them all together as a 'deal' which worked out only marginally more expensive than searching them out individually.
The rubber mats are very, very nice. They even have these little anchors that lock them into place.
The rubber boot liner is also great. It's got a 2-3" lip, and can contain big spills. The rubber mats and bootliner all look pretty hard-wearing.
The included fabric mats looked to be about as crappy as they come. Ours wouldn't fit under the rubber mats nicely, so they're sitting in in the spare room. Maybe I should sell them, since the OEM fabric mats are so expensive?
Chilli Red/White Cooper S, Sport Pack & Sunroof. Delivered June 12th, 2002!
Now with MCS Winter Tire Package.
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