Anybody else notice the accelerator pedal touches the Tux mat. Not that I making it a habit of putting the pedal on the floor, but in just doing some clearance checking with the car in the off position, I did notice the back of the accelerator pedal touches the Tux mat.
Yes, even with the mat installed correctly (with clips - I only needed one), the pedal depressed all the way hits the mat. I road tested it, and does appear to lack full power when “pedal to the mat” 🤣; but that’s okay because that’s not how I regularly drive and the clearance doesn’t effect daily driving.I see. I also took a test drive with the mat in place and it seems the distance for the pedal to go down is enough for me.
That’s exactly what I did. The prices are so much better.You should absolutely go to OEMAcuraParts.com, select the 2022 MDX Accessories banner at the top of the page and order them for a discount. You have to pay shipping, but you get close to a 30% discount and don’t have to pay tax. I’ve saved a few thousand dollars by ordering from there.
I don't care for weather tech since they don't really come exactly to the specific size but it's close. Go online and purchase the original OEM accessories at discounted prices. I purchased the 3rd role all weather floor mat for $30 off. I also purchased the splash guards for $40 less than the dealer. Acuraoempartsdirect.comDid you find you could get away without using any of the clips or velcro adhesive? I tend to wash my car weekly in the winter and if I have to use velcro strips to hold the mats in place, they will be useless after taking the mats out once or twice. Thanks
1. Go to 2022 Acura MDX | Premium Performance SUV | Acura.comAm i blind that I'm not finding Type S premium or all weather mats?
I should have been more clear. Most of the conversation has been around where to get accessories from other sites at a discount. That's what I was looking for, not going to my dealer for full price. I've come up empty on the various Acura accessories for less sites noted on here.1. Go to 2022 Acura MDX | Premium Performance SUV | Acura.com
2. Click "BUILD"
3. Select "355 HP 3.0-L Turbo"
4. Click "BUILD" under Type S or Type S Advance
5. At the top of the screen, click "Accessories"
6. On the right where it says PACKAGES EXTERIOR INTERIOR click "INTERIOR"
7. Scroll through the accessories and you should find them there.
Don't limit yourself to their websites, which may not be complete. Pick up the phone and call. For example, Acura of Peoria (AZ) does great discounts under the website oemacuraparts.com Call them at 866-347-8355 between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. Eastern Time, and you'll be talking to Tim Poliniak, who is a great guy. He'll sell you what you're looking for at a great price.I should have been more clear. Most of the conversation has been around where to get accessories from other sites at a discount. That's what I was looking for, not going to my dealer for full price. I've come up empty on the various Acura accessories for less sites noted on here.
i have all weather mats oem that i bought after i purchased my 22 a spec . And trunk cargo mat . Also have middle row seat covers oem . They are all like new if interested i can dk a deal . My acura 22 mdx went back as a lemon vehicleApologies if this has been discussed recently. I’m new to the forum and getting a feel for it. I’m picking up my 2022 mdx soon and debating which all weather mats to get. Should I get the installed ones from the dealership for $370, or the weather tech floor liners for about $300 with tax and shipping? Open to other suggestions as well as far as what’s the best option. Thank you!
I’ve used these in several other cars but can’t find them for the 2022 MDX. Where did you get yours and what part number?After many different aftermarket floormats, I found the 3D Maxpider to be the best out there. They are not slippery, don't discolor, fit perfectly, easy to clean and wear better than rubber, carpet or plastic type I've had.
I have had both Smartliner and Weathertech on prior vehicles and found them both to be of poor quality. In both cases, they were thin and did not last more than a couple of years.Does anyone have experience with Smartliner? It appears to have the coverage over that rocker carpet but I am not sure if I should pull the trigger and order yet. Just haven't any experience with that company's product.
I had weather tech on order this morning and cancelled once I noticed their coverage over this area wasn't defined in their ad and then I found this post.
Not so sure the wife will like the TuxMat is the only reason I haven't gotten those.
Sure would have been nice if Acura didn't put a strip of carpet where every person drags their feet, what were they thinking?