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As highlighted in my post on Tesla Model Y issues and the accessories that fix them, the Tesla Model Y floor mats are pretty bad. Although this is the norm for most new vehicles (many exclude floor mats altogether), at this price point I expect better.

The carpeted offering is no match for any sort of weather. As such, floor mats should be your first accessory purchase. Thankfully, there are plenty of great aftermarket options out there.

With that in mind, let’s break down the best Tesla Model Y floor mats and highlight our recommendation on which ones to buy. Skip to the end to see which set I decided on for my 2020 Model Y and 2022 Model Y.

1) Tesloid Model Y Floor Mats – Tesloid

First up on this list of Tesla Model Y floor mats is Tesloid’s offering. These mats are designed to fit your Model Y perfectly and from my hands-on experience, they do just that. In fact, out of all the floor mats I tested, Tesloid has the best fit with no curling or gaps.

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That said, the one drawback is that Tesloid’s Model Y floor mats do not go as high up the sides as some other options out there.

Passenger side Tesloid Tesla Model Y floor mats
Back seat installed Tesloid Tesla Model Y floor mats

Still, these are a great option. They are durable and easy to clean. They’re also well-priced at $149 CAD.

Tesloid 3D Extreme Performance


  • Coverage and fit are tops
  • Easy to clean
  • Well priced


  • Side coverage could be better
  • The design may be too busy for some

2) 3D MAXpider All-Weather Floor Mats

3D MAXpider Tesla Model Y floor mat installed on driver side

Another very popular choice for Model Y floor mats is 3D MAXpider. These are often on sale at Costco and are one of the most talked-about options in Tesla forums and Facebook groups.

Out of all the floor mats I reviewed, the 3D MAXpider looks the best. They have a premium look and feel whereas all other options are more function than style.

Now, of course, the look is subjective. For me, I would have liked to keep these ones for a summer set however I could not get over the logo. This looks tacky to me but, again, that is subjective.

What isn’t subjective is how they hold up to foot traffic. With minimal side coverage and a less-than-optimal fit, they will do little to stop mud and dirt from getting into the side carpet areas. Some reviews online also highlight gaps in coverage on end closest to the seats.

3D MAXpider All-Weather Floor Mats


  • Premium look
  • Odourless and easy to clean


  • The logo is tacky IMO
  • Minimal side coverage

3) Tesmanian Model Y Floor Mats Interior Liners

Tesmanian driver side floor mat installed in Telsa Model Y

Next up on this list of Model Y floor mats is the extremely popular Tesmanian all-weather set. This set had the second-best fit next to Tesloid’s but is #1 overall when it comes to coverage. The sides on all Tesmanian mats extend the highest out of the mats I tested.

Still, the fit could be better. My set had a few spots that were curled, leaving large gaps. These are easy to address and common with most sets that ship. All you need is a heat gun or hairdryer to mould the spots into shape.

Tesmanian Interior Liners


  • Excellent coverage
  • Deep grooves make for easy cleanup
  • BPA Free and 100% odourless


  • Sides may require adjusting
  • A minimal look may not be for you
  • Quality control may be an issue

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4) TAPTES Model Y Full Set

If you like the look of the 3D MAXpider but the price is throwing you off, consider TAPTES. They are almost identical in looks (minus the tacky logo) but have a much better value as the set includes a trunk mat as well as frunk and sub-trunk liners.

I just got a set of the TAPTES floor mats and love the clean look but do have concerns with the coverage. They do not extend up the sides like other mats on this list so I am going to use them as my summer set and switch back to my Tesmanian all-weather set for winter.

TAPTES Floor Mats


  • Clean and minimalistic look
  • 6-piece set is excellent value


  • No side coverage

5) Tesla Model Y OEM All-Weather Interior Liners

Tesla Model Y floor mat set

Those looking for an OEM option are in luck. Tesla offers a set of all-weather floor mats in their store. Full disclosure, I did not try these ones. Why? The price.

At $225 CAD, these mats come in as the most expensive. After looking at them I decided to order the Tesmanian ones to try instead. They are pretty identical in looks, minus the Tesla lettering. Considering that, if everything Tesla is important to you (and the price is not a concern), these look like a solid choice.

Tesla Model Y OEM Floor Mats


  • 100% recyclable and free of lead & PVC


  • Significantly more expensive than other options out there

6) Tuxmat Floor Mats

Tuxmat floor mat installed in Tesla Model Y driver seat

Another set I haven’t personally tried is Tuxmat but am adding it to this list as they constantly come up in Facebook groups and forums. They are also highly rated on Amazon, and with good reason. Tuxmat’s live up to their name as one of the nicer-looking sets out there. They also have ridiculous coverage with sides that extend all the way up the centre console and are reportedly easy to clean.

That said, at $200 CAD, these mats are on the upper end price-wise. Given the coverage and look, they seem very much worth it though. I will give them a try with my new Model Y and let you know if they are indeed one of the best Tesla Model Y floor mats available as so many suggest.

Tuxmat Floor Mats


  • 100% recyclable and free of lead & PVC
  • Easy to wash
  • Excellent coverage


  • Price is on the upper end

7) YITAMOTOR Tesla Model Y Floor Mats

One of the best budget-friendly finds is the YITAMOTOR Tesla Model Y Floor Mats. At just $100 CAD, this set offers great value.

The fit is similar to Tesloid’s and coverage is good on all sides. The downfall is they do look like budget floor mats. And, if you are OCD like me, the logo might bug you.



  • Excellent value
  • Great coverage


  • Cheap looking
  • Logo placement may not be for you

8) BASENOR Tesla Model Y Floor Mat 3D All-Weather

BASENOR Tesla Model Y floor mats installed in rear seats

Last up on this list of Tesla Model Y floor mats are the BASENOR 3D All-Weather set. These floor mats fit great and have an excellent no-slip design.

On the downside, they are very basic looking and have no side coverage. The driver’s side is also a little short, leaving gaps for mud or dirt to get in.

BASENOR 3D All-Weather


  • Good fit
  • No-slip design


  • Low profile sides mean limited coverage

So, Which Model Y Floor Mats Are for You?

After extensive testing, for me, it came down to Tesloid’s excellent fit and Tesmanian’s overall coverage. The 3D Maxider was a close 3rd however the logo and lack of side coverage sealed it for me.

Since it was a toss-up for me with the looks between Tesmanian and Tesloid, I took to Instagram and let the Interwebs decide which one I should keep. Drum roll, please…

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What do you think? Which Tesla Model Y floor mats do you like? Is there a set I should test and add to this list? Let me know in the comments below!

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    Steve Carleton
    April 20, 2021 at 6:02 pm

    What about Tuxmats?

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    May 31, 2021 at 12:35 pm

    what about weathertec?

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    April 7, 2022 at 8:05 pm

    What about TAPTES Tesla Model Y floor mats, similiar to 3D MAXpider, but less nosie, no stupid logo design.

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      Shaun Robertson
      April 8, 2022 at 9:32 am

      I like less noise and no logo! That said, I think they make cheap accessories. Might not be an issue with floor mats but I have not tried them to confirm. If someone here has let me know what you think!


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