Mercedes Car Mats

Buying Mercedes Car Mats

As a Mercedes owner you clearly appreciate high quality and great workmanship, that why we think you will love our high quality, custom fit Mercedes car mats.

Buying and customising your Mercedes car mats couldn’t be easier, to show you how simple it is, here is the story of one of our customers who ordered our mats for his Mercedes SL500.

Our customer was a car dealer who sepecialised in luxury and high performance cars. He contacted us to see if we had the mats for a Mecedes SL500, he was directed to our website where he could view the pattern and specification of the mats available. As you can see from the mats pattern specification below you can see that they are cut exactly to fit perfectly in the SL500.

With the customers car being a high spec car he wanted high quality mats to match. He chose our platinum mats, the highest quality mats we offer. All of our mats are manufactured in the UK to automotive industry approved specifications and are all water resistant and fire retardant. Below is an image our platinum quality mats.

The customer also decided to add a custom text logo to his mats, he chose black mats with a silver logo on a black background to match the silver car with a black interior.

All of our Mercedes car mats come with official Mercedes fixing clips to keep your mats firmly secured in your car.

If you want to order some of our Mercedes car mats Click Here to view our full range of Mercedes car mats.

Car Mat Safety Fixing

Car Mat Safety Fixing

All of our car mats come with the official safety clips for your cars make/model.


Creating Bespoke Car Mats

Creating Bespoke Car Mats

We can create bespoke and custom car mats for any type of car or van (we have even made mats for ambulances!). You can also add custom logos or club patches to your bespoke mats.  The mats in the below example were custom made for an AC Cobra. All you have to do is follow the simple steps below:

Step 1: Create A Template To Send To Us

Create a template of the shape of your mats, simply use brown paper to create a template of the shape of mats you want, just like the image below. Send this to us and we do the rest!


Step 2: Turning your paper template into a CAD drawing

Once we receive your template we will turn it into a CAD (computer aided design) drawing on the computer, this tells our machines exactly what shape to cut the mats. below is an example of the CAD drawing.



Step 3: Manufacture the mats

We now feed the CAD drawing to our CAD machines, they then cut the mats to the required shapes.


Step 4: Adding Logos/Patches

We now add your custom logos/patches to your mats, now they are all done and ready for shipping!



Get In Touch:

If you are interested in creating a set of custom/bespoke mats, Click Here to get in touch.

How To Add A Text Logo

Adding your text logo

Step 1:

Once you have chosen your car mats, scroll down to the logos section an select ‘custom text’.


Step 2:

Choose the background colour for your logo, this is the colour you want your text to sit on.


Step 3:

Choose the position of your logo, this is where on the mat your logo will appear.


Step 4:

Choose your logo text, font, text colour, font size and border.


Step 5:

All done! Scroll down, check your order and click ‘Add To Cart’.

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Buying Car Mats – What are the Options?

Buying Car Mats – What are The Options?

As a car owner it is always a good idea to protect the interior carpets of your car with a set of car mats.  This will ensure that the interior carpets are kept pristine, helping you to maintain the value of the car.  It’s also the cheapest way to enhance the look of your car interior.  So, when looking for new set of car mats, what are the options?

Universal Car Mats – these are a universal, one shape fits all set of car mats.

Cheap – A set of 4 mats is available from £8.99
Availability – This type of mat can be purchased form hight street stores and markets.
Black Only – no customisation options / colour choices
Not Perfect Fit – will not fit the contours of your car as they are a universal shape.

No Fixings – these mats are not designed specifically for your car and do not have the fixing clips to keep the mats secure.  This is a very important point to consider!   Car mats that are not secured have a tendency to move and can ride up between the pedals and interfere with the braking and controls of the car.  This is very dangerous.   All modern cars have fixing clips in at least the drivers mat to keep the mat secure.  It is advisable to buy car mats manufactured specifically for you car.

Tailor Made Car Mats / Vehicle Specific Car Mats – these are designed by the Car Manufacturer to perfectly fit the contours of your car floor and remain securely in place, using the manufacturers fixing system.

Until recently,  this type of product has only been available from Main Car Dealers.  Main dealer mats have traditionally been very expensive and can also take many weeks to arrive.    Shockingly – most new cars are no longer supplied with car mats!

We now manufacture exact copies of theses main dealer mats, as an after market product, at a fraction  of the price of main dealer mats!  Each set of car mats is manufactured to order and we are able to provide a unique level of personalisation as a part of this manufacturing process:

– Choose from four qualities of carpet or rubber
– Choose from a range of contrasting cloth and leatherette edges
– Choose to add Personal Text
– Add a Logo from our selection or provide your own logo
– Add a Club Patch

Perfect Fit –  the mats are designed specifically for your car and fit its contours perfectly
Fixing Clips – the mats come with fixing clips specially for your car, ensuring that the mats remain securely in position.
Customisation – the mats that we manufacture can be customised to order.
Rapid Delivery – car mats are manufactured and shipped within 3 days.

So, in a nut shell.  Tailored Car Mats are by far the best option for your car.   These mats are available from our web site, Manufactured in the UK to the exact specifications of the original main dealer mats – but at a fraction of the cost.

In addition, our car mats are fully customisable.  We offer the widest range of carpet colours and contrasting trim options in the UK.

We also offer the ability to add custom text, company logos or official ‘sew-on’ club patches to your mats.

For classic car restorations, exotic cars, kit cars, motor homes and vans, we also offer bespoke manufacturing service.  We can make any car mats or interior liner by working to your paper template.

9 Epic Fails- Yes, I’m a Mechanic

  1. Brakes,
    9 Epic Fails


  1. Rain? No problem.
    9 Epic Fails


  1. It’s so I can take naps in the back.

9 Epic Fails

  1. Doctor said to work on my back posture.

9 Epic Fails

  1. Yeah, looks like it’s a tyre problem.

9 Epic Fails

  1. Had to work on the a/c.

9 Epic Fails

  1. Just put it in the boot!

9 Epic Fails

  1. Yes, it’s a Mercedes.

9 Epic Fails

  1. Check out my new chrome rims.

9 Epic Fails

Do you have any other epic mechanic fails to share with us? Send them on in! Your Car Parts.

Ludicrous Speedbumps and a Fix For That “Ticking Sound”

Welcome to November’s round up from Your Car Parts, full of how tos and news from the world of four wheels. This month: Discover what’s making that infuriating ticking sound under your bonnet, identify the perfect point to invest in a new motor, learn how to find yourself a top quality used car and watch a bunch of 4x4s try to tackle the most ridiculous speedbumps ever…

What’s Ticking Under Your Bonnet?


If you’ve been hearing a ticking sound coming from under your hood, there are a number of things you can tinker with under the bonnet that could be a quick fix. If the ticking persists, however, it’s probably time to bite the bullet and go see a proper mechanic.

However, before you do that, it’s worthwhile exploring a few of the options outlined by Popular Mechanics’s excellent online car clinic. From your valvetrain to your filter, there are lots of potentially painless fixes you can try if you know your way around your engine. Any other funny little issues? The Popular Mechanics site is your go to for solutions, thanks guys!

Out With the Old, In With the New: The Right Time to Buy


We know its hard. You’ve been rumbling around in your current motor for years. It may need a little more TLC these days, but you’ve been through a lot of life together; it’s been your loyal companion on the daily commute and your dedicated sidekick on exciting adventures – but now it’s costing you more than it’s really worth…

So how do you know when it’s curtains and when to splash out on a new vehicle? Well, that’s what this post from the website is here to help you with. From financial considerations to your commuting requirements, read up and make the right decision!

Meet: The Worst Speedbumps Ever?

If you live in a residential area, chances are you’ve got your own frustrations with speedbumps. Imagine, however, living on the same street as this ridiculous display of traffic calming measures gone mad. Even 4x4s are struggling to make it over this stretch of 5 great big bumps. Could your suspension take this kind of punishment? Thanks to Car Humour for this particular day brightener (bookmark them for even more car-related chuckles)!

How to Buy a Good Second Hand Car


You’ll find advice and guides all over the web written to help you find yourself the perfect pre-owned motor. If you’re really serious about studying up, we’d strongly recommend checking out Citizens Advice’s resources .

Unbiased and not-for-profit, this page provides links to all of the information and help you need to pick up a quality second hand car. From essential checklists (Check it, don’t regret it) to how to buy a car at auction – everything you need to buy smart is right here. Good stuff!

Do you have any top second hand car buying tips of your own? Have you found a fix for that ticking under your bonnet? What are the worst traffic calming measures you’ve seen on your travels recently? Share your top tips and experiences with our readers below.

Sneaky dealers, tired tyres and 3D printed cars

Welcome to our latest automotive round up, full of news, reviews and how tos. Just think of this as your monthly “car-based happy place”. We distil all of the best stuff on four wheels each month and serve it up right here for your vehicular enjoyment. This October: discover the 10 sneaky tricks less-than-scrupulous car dealers can play (and how to avoid them), watch a Land Rover get a makeover and meet the world’s very first 3D printed car.

10 Sneaky Car Dealer Tricks (& How to Avoid Them)

Sneaky dealers, tired tyres and 3D printed cars

Your stereotypical picture of a car dealer probably isn’t altogether flattering. Wheeling, dealing and sweating profusely in a cheap polyester suit are probably a few of the first mental images which come to mind…

Of course, the stereotype is unfair and untrue. Yes, there are bad apples, but which profession doesn’t have its share of rotten sorts? If you are wary of dodgy dealers, however, you might want to sneak a peek at Car & Driver‘s excellent blog on the subject of car dealer naughtiness.

This post details 10 of the more shady activities which could be going on in a forecourt near you. Chances are your local dealership is well above board, but, like they say: knowledge is power!

Have you ever fallen victim to one of these 10 tricks? Have you been ripped off in a different way? Share your stories and advice with our readers below.

Are Your Tyres Tired Out?

It’s a common problem; we drive around on them all day, all week, all month. No matter how well we care for our cars, tread depth is just one of those things which can really sneak up on you. This helpful blog from Acklam Car Centre will set you straight and get you back to full road-readiness in no time, with 4 handy pointers which will help you to tell whether or not it’s time for some new tyres.

How To: Paint Your Own Land Rover

Sneaky dealers, tired tyres and 3D printed cars

Motor looking a little scruffy? Perhaps it’s time for you to get hands on some touch up paint and perform a snazzy DIY paint job? DIY touch ups and even full paint jobs can save you a packet (if you know what you’re doing). Check out FunRover for an inspiring blog about repainting a rusty old Land Rover and creating a sleek-looking beast to get yourself in the right frame of mind…

Meet the World’s First 3D Printed Car

3D printers are everywhere these days, and printing everything from chairs to lungs. In September, however, the first ever 3D printed electric car make it out of science fiction and into reality.

Printed from the ground up in just one piece, this incredible creation took just 44 hours to complete – not including the many years spent designing the brand new Strati from Local Motors. Read all about at The Epoch Times.

Would you consider giving your motor a lick of DIY paint? When did you last check your tyres? Do you have any car dealer horror stories of your own to share? Tell our readers all about it below.