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agree, even with our AWP on our 2012, the dealer wanted $40 for the mats. I said forget it since they were a POS. We spent the money on the weathertech mats which cover the rear hump and the have raised edges. Work great with the winter mud and snow.

I believe the rear "trunk" mat is standard even without the AWP which is nice since weathertech doesn't have a presized option for the rear.
 

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I'd go with Weathertech or Husky. I have Weathertech and like them a lot. The Subaru mats look beefy, but after one winter I wore a spot through the ones that came with my 2005, under where my foot rested on the accelerator.

Some have remarked the Weathertech mats look thin, but the ones I bought for my 2005 and the ones I have in my 2010, wear like iron. There are few surface abrasions where I've tracked small stones into the car, but no substantial wear at all. They'll hold a lot of melted snow and mud as well.
 
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