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X3 F25 (2011 - current)
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Old 03-18-2011, 09:17 PM
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Does anyone know if the X3 uses the same floor mats as the E90? I have a set of coco mats that I would like to transfer over to my X3 when it arrives.
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Old 03-18-2011, 09:27 PM
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Does anyone know if the X3 uses the same floor mats as the E90? I have a set of coco mats that I would like to transfer over to my X3 when it arrives.
The front passenger floor mat looks identical, but the driver's side one looks very different. And of course the rear mats are very different as well.


Oddly enough, the truck liner from my '09 328 fits pretty well in the back of my 35i.
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Old 04-01-2011, 07:31 AM
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I am using my E90 all weather floor mats right now. They don't fit perfectly, the fronts are a little long and the rears don't exactly follow the contours of the floor. That said it isn't bad and I am considering not bothering with spending the $100+ to get all weather floor mats specific to the X3. No pictures yet, but can post some if there is interest.

The all weather trunk mat from my E90 is another story. It is significantly smaller than the space in the X3.
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Old 04-01-2011, 08:35 AM
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I am using my E90 all weather floor mats right now. They don't fit perfectly, the fronts are a little long and the rears don't exactly follow the contours of the floor. That said it isn't bad and I am considering not bothering with spending the $100+ to get all weather floor mats specific to the X3. No pictures yet, but can post some if there is interest.

The all weather trunk mat from my E90 is another story. It is significantly smaller than the space in the X3.
Good to know! I have my floor mats from my totaled '09 328 somewhere. Guess I'll clean them off and try them on.
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Old 04-01-2011, 08:37 AM
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I am using my E90 all weather floor mats right now. They don't fit perfectly, the fronts are a little long and the rears don't exactly follow the contours of the floor. That said it isn't bad and I am considering not bothering with spending the $100+ to get all weather floor mats specific to the X3. No pictures yet, but can post some if there is interest.

The all weather trunk mat from my E90 is another story. It is significantly smaller than the space in the X3.
Dang... I already ordered some new coco mats for the X3!
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