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Decisions: Have you thought this through?

Lets face it; there are many choices in this world and sometimes they aren’t always easy to make. But fortunately, there are a few resources at hand to simplify our decisions so we can get on with our lives. We’re working on a few things to make shopping for auto accessories easier, but I thought this might be a good time to revisit an old classic; customer reviews.  So lets look at a few fan favorites from our floor mats department.

Weathertech floor mats are a tried and true design made from a premium rubber compound.  We have 1302 reviews, scoring a solid 4.75 / 5 stars for appearance, ease of installation, price, value and quality.

Weathertech Extreme Duty floor mats are a more rugged version of the OG mats.  Made from harder plastic with taller side walls, these rubber mats will do a fine job of controlling spills. And out of 1985 reviews, these mats score an average of 4.25 stars.

Husky Liners are bringing in big numbers in the review arena; you can read 5652 reviews on our site, all with an average rating of 4.87 / 5.  An extra-tall side wall and bulletproof plastic rubber make these liners perfect for any workhorse vehicle.

Husky Weatherbeater floor mats offer a more refined look than their liners, but still boast the same solid construction and custom fit. After 526 customer reviews, we can see they also score an average of 4.87 / 5 stars.

Clearly all of them are winners, but only you can decide which set of car mats has the right style, fit and price for you.

Automotive Watches, Tailgating Gear, Power Programmers & More! An AutoAnything Weekly Update


Warehouse BoxesHoly smokes do we have a new product payload for you.  Christmas time is around the corner, so we thought we should add some products that might make your shopping a little easier this year. Over the last month, we partnered up with Taxor, a manufacturer of men’s watches, women’s watches, and automotive clocks.  But what makes these time pieces are extra special because they feature the logo of your mistress de la garage.

  • GM Watches for Men –  Because you want the world to know that you drive a Corvette.
  • Honda Watches for Men – So you can keep your Honda boxers to yourself.
  • Nissan Watches for Men – So you can time your car going from 0 to 60 in about 9 seconds flat.
  • Dodge Watches for Men – Because strapping a Dodge Hot Wheels on your wrist is unacceptable.
  • Ford Watches for Men – Tired of holding your Ford key out in hopes someone asks what you drive? Wear a Ford watch instead.
  • Dodge Watches for Women – Unless your special talent is telling time by the location of the sun, you need this watch.
  • Ford Watches for Women – Because no outfit is complete without at least one Ford accessory on your wrist.
  • GM Watches for Women – To tactfully remind others what kind of fancy car you drive.
  • Honda Watches for Women – It’s about more than just punctuality–it’s about having mad style.
  • Ford Clocks – Hickory Dickory Dock, tell time with this Ford Clock. C’mon. You knew we had to use it.
  • GM Clocks – Better than running out to your car to check the time–now you can tell time the GM way on your wall or desk.
  • Honda Clocks – Don’t spend your money on a box. Don’t spend it on a fox. Don’t spend it on a sock. Spend it on a Honda Clock.
  • Jeep Clocks – Jeeps beep and clocks tock. Now, Taxor brings you Jeep Clocks–sorry they don’t beep.

And if time isn’t your thing, then we’ve got a few other items that’ll rock your Christmas socks:

  • AVS Seamless Ventvisor – Seamless stockings, seamless rain gutters, seamless plots and now—Seamless Ventvisors.  Get’em today, they’re Ultra Low-Pro for a look that’s slicker than your grandpa’s comb over.
  • Tailgate Cargo Box – No, it’s not a miniature Doug Henning prop; however, the Tailgate Cargo Box does carry all your gear and then magically transform from a cargo carrier into 2 chairs and a table.  Works great for camping too!
  • Hypertech Max Energy Sport – You may have heard about this, you may have even seen spy photos of it, but the day has almost come; Hypertech is entering the world of sport-compacts!  We should have these puppies in stock soon, check back if you want to give your import some extra juice!

Honda Insight Ad: Let it Shine


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Honda’s marketing department is up to snuff. They first wowed us with their Honda Accord Rube Goldberg commercial, where every part that makes up a Honda Accord was used in a mechanical fashion to debut the Accord, and they then won our hearts with their musical road, which played the Lone Ranger theme song for cars cruising at 55mph.  Now they have created the worlds largest Lite-Bite using hundreds of their Honda Insights, sung to the tune of “This Little Light of Mine”.  A very cool concept that will probably never be aired in the US, so your best bet is to catch it after the jump.

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95MPG Civic Gets Great Fuel Economy, Scares Children


Mike Turner's 95MPG Civic - 3/4 View

It’s got a face that only a mother could love, but boy does it get good range on a full tank of gas. The secret to this Civic’s green house success is in it’s aerodynamics. You may remember from a few years ago, Infinity advertised their G35 as having a .28 co-efficient of drag, the lowest of any sports car in it’s class. The current Toyota Prius has a coefficient of drag measuring .25, which undoubtedly helps it achieve 48 miles per gallon on the freeway. So other than it’s wedge nose and space-age wheel covers, what does this funky beast have in the way of drag? A measly .17 CD. Continue reading