What is warranty like when it comes to mats?
I'm up to 8 months and 21,000 miles. There is no hole but it definitely looks like the mat is suffering
I'm sure that Ford would say that mats aren't covered by any warranty....
...however <clears throat and puts on a pair of Librarian style glasses>
Under the Supply of Goods and Services Act of 1982, Any goods supplied must be as described, of satisfactory quality and fit for their purpose. If they are not the consumer is entitled to a repair, replacement or compensation.
Or in English - if you buy something and it doesn't last as long as it should, the supplier/manufactuer is technically obliged to replace it or compensate you for it - even if you have no warranty or it has expired.
Obviously this will be open to interpretation, but if you can show that normal levels of useage (without any form or abuse) have caused abnormal levels of ware, you should have a pretty good case.