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Fußmatten Set aus Velours für passend für den Audi A3 8V Fußmatten Set in Erstausrüster -Qualität, 2er Satz
Sie benötigen für Ihren A3 erstklassige Automatten in Erstausrüster Premium-Qualität? Dann ist dieses Angebot an erstklassigen Veloursautomatten genau das Richtige für Sie! Aber wieso muss ich überhaupt Fußmatten in meinem Fahrzeug benutzen?
Autofußmatten schützen und verschönern den Fahrzeuginnenraum! Dieser wird bei jeder Fahrt außergewöhnlich beansprucht, nicht nur durch Schmutz oder Feuchtigkeit, sondern auch durch mechanische Belastung wie Absätze und harte Schuhe. Das kann im Fahrzeuginnenraum Schädigungen verursachen, die auf den 1.ersten Blick nicht sichtbar sind. Dementsprechend sind die richtigen Matten eine wichtige Maßnahme zur Werterhaltung des Fahrzeuges. Z. B. könnte eindringende Feuchtigkeit im Fahrzeug zu Schimmel, unangenehmen Geruch und Korrosion an Elektrik und Blechteilen. Aus diesen Gründen sollten Autofußmatten sehr guter Beschaffenheit sein. Die Innenausstattung Ihres A3 8V sieht mit diesen Veloursmatten wieder neuwertig und gepflegt aus. Sofern Sie nicht die detaillierte KFZ-Bezeichnung ihres A3 kennen sollten, alle entscheidenden Daten finden Sie in Ihrem Autohandbuch oder Fahrzeugschein. Bei Bedarf helfen wir Ihnen sehr gerne weiter. Schicken Sie uns einfach eine Mail oder über Kontaktformular.

Vorteile dieser, passend für Audi A3 8V Fussmatten

  • Befestigungssystem integriert (gegen Verutschen)
  • hochwertiges dichtes Velours
  • Neu amp; in Premium Verpackung
  • 2-teilig

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