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    Active Member Two Rings
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    OEM Floor Mats: SQ5 MKI vs MKII

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    Curious if anybody has tried the MKII floor mats fit in the MKI Q5/SQ5? Looks like they would be very close in fit.
    Last edited by RMC; 01-23-2019 at 01:10 PM. Reason: Clarification
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    2015 SQ5 Prestige (Sepang Blue with Black Leather)
    2012 S5 Prestige Special Edition 6MT (Daytona Grey with Black/Silver Leather)
    1996 911 C4S 6MT (Schwarz Black with Black Leather)

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    Active Member Two Rings
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    Nobody? I can't be the only person with a B8 SQ5 that is annoyed that the all-weather floor mats from Audi say Q5 on them. Thinking about just ordering a set from a MY2018 and see if they fit.
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    2015 SQ5 Prestige (Sepang Blue with Black Leather)
    2012 S5 Prestige Special Edition 6MT (Daytona Grey with Black/Silver Leather)
    1996 911 C4S 6MT (Schwarz Black with Black Leather)

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    Established Member Three Rings SQ5/2018's Avatar
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    Why not just getting the correct premium mats designed for your car? The MK2 drivers donít normally use the OEM mats and get other anyway. I use the weathertech

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    Active Member Two Rings ColeQ5's Avatar
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    I have some 2018 carpet mats I'm not using. I like the all weather ones better.
    ...See you in the Everglades

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    Active Member One Ring
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    they wont fit. I tried the other way. already had oem all weathers in my 2015 sq5, tried to put them in my new 2019 SQ5. Anchor points are set differently.

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    Veteran Member Four Rings SQive's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by RMC View Post
    Nobody? I can't be the only person with a B8 SQ5 that is annoyed that the all-weather floor mats from Audi say Q5 on them. Thinking about just ordering a set from a MY2018 and see if they fit.
    I hear ya'. I've had these OEM mats for nearly five years (2 SQ5's) and they're still holding up great and look good for the beating they've taken. Until you mentioned it, I had forgotten they say "Q5" on them. It bothered me for about a week, but now I simply don't shit a give. These are great, soft rubber mats and I'm surprised how well they still look when cleaned up.
    2012 R8 GT, Suzuka with carbon fiber (#298 of 333)
    2017 Q7 P+, Ink Blue, Pistachio Beige, Warm, Vision, Bose, Towing (wife's ride)
    2016 SQ5, Sepang, Black Optic, Technology, BBS CH-R Gold 20x10.5 with 295's
    -2014 SQ5, Monsoon, Sans pano, totaled by a Xanexed-out broad in a Denali XL

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    Active Member Two Rings
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    @dassq5 - Thanks! Was more curious about the anchor points than anything. Thanks for pointing that out. Makes my decision simple now.

    @sqive - Glad I wasn't the only one. I realized that it's such a trivial point, but little details always get to me. 100% agree with you about the OEM mats on how well they age/look/clean-up and prefer the OEM look over aftermarket.
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    2015 SQ5 Prestige (Sepang Blue with Black Leather)
    2012 S5 Prestige Special Edition 6MT (Daytona Grey with Black/Silver Leather)
    1996 911 C4S 6MT (Schwarz Black with Black Leather)



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