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There seems to be a paucity of storage space in the ID4, especially compared to other small SUVs.
Maybe an opportunity for someone to make a soft sided bag for under the front console.
I'm on the lookout for some type of backpack that would fit there.
 

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They don't carry the cargo liner yet (other than trim to fit). I would want the mats and the liner. Is there some sense that the WeatherTeck mats are qualitatively better than the Monster mats?
 

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I just ordered WeatherTech laser measured floor mats. Highly recommended. Nuff said.

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I am on the fence of getting these. The ID.4 branded ones looked great, too, though. I was only able to see them with a special link on the homepage, though.
 
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They don't carry the cargo liner yet (other than trim to fit). I would want the mats and the liner. Is there some sense that the WeatherTeck mats are qualitatively better than the Monster mats?
Different style. The Monster Mats are more like standard sized rubber floor mats. They have a raised honeycomb pattern to capture the dirt and water. The Weather Tech is a liner that creates a “tub” under your feet around the footwell. My dealer (Jim Ellis VW Kennesaw) sent me a link to the parts dept and they had a set of Muddy Buddy floor liners and cargo liner with seat back protection. These are made by Weather Tech and look exactly the same as the liners available on the Weather Tech site.
 

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Different style. The Monster Mats are more like standard sized rubber floor mats. They have a raised honeycomb pattern to capture the dirt and water. The Weather Tech is a liner that creates a “tub” under your feet around the footwell. My dealer (Jim Ellis VW Kennesaw) sent me a link to the parts dept and they had a set of Muddy Buddy floor liners and cargo liner with seat back protection. These are made by Weather Tech and look exactly the same as the liners available on the Weather Tech site.
I'm also looking for a reasonably fitting car cover for a small SUV(CUV).
 

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Different style. The Monster Mats are more like standard sized rubber floor mats. They have a raised honeycomb pattern to capture the dirt and water. The Weather Tech is a liner that creates a “tub” under your feet around the footwell. My dealer (Jim Ellis VW Kennesaw) sent me a link to the parts dept and they had a set of Muddy Buddy floor liners and cargo liner with seat back protection. These are made by Weather Tech and look exactly the same as the liners available on the Weather Tech site.
I see they are a little cheaper than Weather Tech. I'm still trying to figure out the mat situation. I have always just stuck it out with my carpeted mats.
 

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I see they are a little cheaper than Weather Tech. I'm still trying to figure out the mat situation. I have always just stuck it out with my carpeted mats.
If you live in a snowy or muddy location, IMO, you're gonna want some type of HD rubber mats. They just pull out and you can rinse them off with a hose and put em in the sun to dry.
 

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I saw the OEM ID.4 logo'd rubber mats in the demo I test drove and that sold me.

I can understand wanting the "tub" type Weathertech mats tho' if you'll be dragging in a lot of snow & mud, especially with deep lug sole boots. But for me the depth of the tread in the Monster mats is sufficient.

btw: historically I'm a fan of Weathertech.

I am on the fence of getting these. The ID.4 branded ones looked great, too, though. I was only able to see them with a special link on the homepage, though.
 

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I saw the OEM ID.4 logo'd rubber mats in the demo I test drove and that sold me.

I can understand wanting the "tub" type Weathertech mats tho' if you'll be dragging in a lot of snow & mud, especially with deep lug sole boots. But for me the depth of the tread in the Monster mats is sufficient.

btw: historically I'm a fan of Weathertech.
We are near the ocean, so going to the beach and back would track sand into the car. As hard as you try, you can never vacuum it all out, so I will need to get some sort of solid mat. Just don't know what yet.
 

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We are near the ocean, so going to the beach and back would track sand into the car. As hard as you try, you can never vacuum it all out, so I will need to get some sort of solid mat. Just don't know what yet.
I really like the WeatherTech Floor Liner in my daughter's car.
 

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Will love to see IRL pics of the weathertech/muddybuddy liners once someone has them in their actual ID.4! I'm curious how far up the left foot rest it actually goes, cause it would seem kind of stupid if it stops halfway up, the dirt/snow on the toe of your boot would still be getting past the end of the "tub."
 

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Dealer asked for $360 to replace the rear view mirror with homelink.
That is something I am planing on getting.

In the order guide, the ID.4 Rearview Mirror w/ HomeLink® lists for $325. On VW Parts, it's $285. They might be charging you a labor fee.

 

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Will love to see IRL pics of the weathertech/muddybuddy liners once someone has them in their actual ID.4! I'm curious how far up the left foot rest it actually goes, cause it would seem kind of stupid if it stops halfway up, the dirt/snow on the toe of your boot would still be getting past the end of the "tub."
@spaceid mentioned purchase of them. That might be an avenue for photos soon. ?? :) No pressure @spaceid.
 

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Dealer asked for $360 to replace the rear view mirror with homelink.
That is something I am planing on getting.

I was too pressed for time to pursue this, but it is still on my radar.

Anyone getting mudflaps?
 

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@spaceid mentioned purchase of them. That might be an avenue for photos soon. ?? :) No pressure @spaceid.
My pleasure.
In the front I have the Monster Mats

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And I got the WeatherTech for the back seats.
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I’m still trying to put the MudBuddy liner in properly in the back.
 
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