To fit Corsa E (2015+) Tailored Black Rubber Car Mats + Red Trim (1672)

£31.99

(as of 20/09/2019 at 14:17 GMT)

Product Description

Not to be compared to the cheaper smelly alternatives. The Rubber Tailored Car Mats are manufactured here in the UK from our heavy duty Black 3mm Thick Rubber. Designed specifically for your vehicle and tailored to fit the your floor wells perfectly. If you’re looking for Rubber Car Mats which are built to last then look no further!

We base our mat shapes on OEM Genuine sets which are supplied to us directly from the main dealership so you receive same shape as your local dealership would supply. LIMITED STOCK AVAILABLE, NOW FROM ONLY £23.99 DELIVERED [RRP £39.99] Your mats will be personally manufactured using the very best precision cut technologies, alongside years of experience all from a team who care about what matters, your vehicle. Don’t forget! When you buy from us, you receive a personalised service, you have the largest choice of Carpet, Trim and Cotton Colours available and there’s no middlemen, we are not a reseller, we are the manufacturer! Waste No More Time, Buy it Now

Please Note: It is the buyers responsibility to read the item description carefully before purchasing. If you are unsure if this product is compatible with your vehicle, contact us now for friendly advice. You can call our customer service team on 01754 613980 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday.

Features

  • Fully tailored ensuring 100% fit for your Vauxhall Corsa E (2015+)
  • Not to be compared to cheaper smelly alternatives, these heavy duty rubber car mats are built to last
  • Each mat is based on OEM genuine product so fitting is 100% correct for your model
  • Your car mat set will be supplied with a Vauxhall Fixing System
  • You’re purchasing directly from the UK’s leading manufacturer with over 30 years experience, so no middlemen and no hassle
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