Going on a road trip? There's a better way to pack than tossing baggage on seats or the floor. Install a few cargo trays. GM might also call them cargo liners or cargo mats, but all three do the same couple jobs: they help organize your luggage and protect both your floors and seats.
A cargo tray can be made of nearly any material you can imagine, but most are carpet, rubber, or vinyl. Some are designed rigid, while others flex. Others yet range from basic to highly durable. Even their finishes can differ, mainly between textured and smooth, the former helping to keep baggage from sliding during transport. Some are even designed fire-resistant, meeting or exceeding FMVSS302 standards.
Best of all, they're easy to install -- as easy as they are to maintain. Lay one flat in your cargo hold or put one in the trunk, and you're all set to pack. Most kinds, you can just wash using soap and water and wipe down. Some, you can spray down during a visit to your local car wash.
Equip Your Vehicle for Hauling | Install Genuine GM Cargo Trays
Since your make manufactures its cargo trays for its models specifically, the genuine OEM variety will fit what you drive best, guaranteed. Our auto parts counter has a wide variety for sale; check out our catalog and order today. We'll ship directly to your door.
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