Middle Console Liner

Discussion in 'Gen 3 Prius Accessories and Modifications' started by averageman97, Nov 17, 2020.

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  1. averageman97

    averageman97 Junior Member

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    Does anyone know where I can find the liner for the bottom portion of the center console on my Gen 3 Prius? I bought it several months ago and this liner was missing. The only thing I can find online when I search for it is a liner for the armrest console but this is for the bottom part that's near the floor. It's the spot where the outlets are located, underneath the gear shift.


    2015 Toyota Prius v Console Mat - 5881647030C0 - Genuine Toyota Part


    That is as close as I have been able to find but it's for a Prius V and I don't think it would fit the dimensions of the Gen 3. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
     
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    $43 for a little piece of carpet????
    You can use felt, that's inexpensive.
    Or go to a fabric store or carpet store and look for remnants.
    Then take a piece of paper and trace out the pattern and transfer that to the felt or carpet.
    And cut to fit. That's what others have done.
     
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    PriusCamper Senior Member

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    Exactly... Capitalism has trained us to think we can't replace stuff with something that is not only better, but costs pennies on the dollar of the OEM price.
     
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    Capitalism give you CHOICES.
    The cost of a part seems to depend on 1 or 2 things.
    Is it a part that they will probably NEVER sell? Or only need them for warranty perposes?
    Or is it a part they they KNOW they will sell a lot of and the consumer MUST have to keep it going.
    Or both, then they charge a lot!
     
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