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Buying a Boot Liner or Boot Mat Can Be Confusing...

If you're provided with an variation option (drop down) on the Boot Liner product page, such as 'Upper Level, 'Lower Level', 'Space Saver Tyre' and so on, it means that depending on what your vehicle has installed, or your preference, the tailoring of that item will change. Check out our break down for the most common variations now.

What should I look out for?

If you're only provided the option to choose if you wish to add a 'Carpet Insert' and a 'Bumper Protector', it's likely there is no variation for your model. On the Boot Liner product page, you will notice further down the page a section (tab) named 'Important Part Information', here it will contain any information which we feel may be relevant to your model.

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Variation: Upper Level of the Boot

As per the image above, the 'Upper Level' of the boot usually provides you with more width but at the same time, less height. This is not always the case, but it's recommended you check your boot first.

Variation: Lower Level of the Boot

As per the image above, the 'Lower Level' of the boot usually provides you with more height but at the same time, the width may be compromised. Again, this is not always the case, but it's recommended you check your boot first.

Variation: Space Saver Tyre

As per the image above, if you have a 'Space Saver Tyre' in the boot, it's likely that you don't have an adjustable boot. Remember to check your tyre for markings such as 'MAX 50MPH or MAX 80KPH'. Space Saver Tyre are also usually thinner than a 'Full Sized Tyre'. Again, remember if provided with this option, it's important you select the correct option as this will affect the tailoring of your boot liner.

Variation: Full Sized Tyre

If you have a 'Full Sized Tyre' in the boot, it's likely that you don't have an adjustable boot. Remember to check your tyre for markings such as 'MAX 50MPH or MAX 80KPH' as this will mean you have a Space Saver Tyre (which are also usually thinner than a 'Full Sized Tyre'.) Again, remember if provided with this option, it's important you select the correct option as this will affect the tailoring of your boot liner.

Variation: Tyre Inflation Kit (tool set)

If you don't have a Tyre in the boot, it might be that you have a 'Tyre Inflation Kit' (puncture foam). Again, be sure to check only if you're asked if you have this variation as this will affect the tailoring of your boot liner.

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