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Hello, proud new owner of a Fiesta today. To stop it getting too mucky I'm looking at rubber mats and seat covers, especially for the rear seats. Does anyone have any suggestions please?

Thanks

Heather

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Looking at your profile, you have the 2018 MK8, I actually recommend the manufacturer rubber mats for the front, I have those fitted in mine and they're a perfect fit and look decent to say they're rubber mats. Rear, I think Ford do some as well and they're also going to be a good fit but you can get away with some "universal" ones. Not sure about the seat covers though, haven't ever fitted them myself so can't help with that 🙂 

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Have used the genuine Ford rubber mats in my Mk 8 both front and rear throughout the winter. Perfect fit if a bit chunky but certainly worth the money.

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I would recommend Haynes mats as that's what I have in my mk6 as for the seat cover I just got a pair of front seat ones from argos and they do the job nicely 

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20 hours ago, DG97 said:

Looking at your profile, you have the 2018 MK8, I actually recommend the manufacturer rubber mats for the front, I have those fitted in mine and they're a perfect fit and look decent to say they're rubber mats. Rear, I think Ford do some as well and they're also going to be a good fit but you can get away with some "universal" ones. Not sure about the seat covers though, haven't ever fitted them myself so can't help with that 🙂 

Same here. I purchased them when I ordered the car and now they are installed, they look really great. I think I purchased a Ford accessory kit with mudflats, boot liner and first aid kit etc. Good value at £199. As DG97 says, really good quality they are.

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The only issue I have found is with the boot liner. If you order the split level boot, the boot liner catches on the fittings either side at the back.

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