Keep your vehicle looking pristine with a wide range of American Made WeatherTech® products.  From Floor Liners to Bug Guards, Hiller Ford can supply you with all of your WeatherTech® needs!  Call or stop in Today to order Yours!!!

Phone: 414-425-1000

 

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FloorLiner DigitalFit®

The WeatherTech® FloorLiner™ DigitalFit® accurately and completely lines the interior carpet giving "absolute interior protection™"!  The WeatherTech® FloorLiner™ DigitalFit® lines the interior carpet up the front, back and even up the sides of the vehicle’s footwell.  Digital laser measurements of interior surfaces offer a consistently perfect fit!  

All-Weather Floor Mats

The WeatherTech® All-Weather Floor Mats have deeply sculpted channels designed to trap water, road salt, mud and sand. Our proprietary engineered odorless resin ensures that these mats will not curl, crack or harden in sub-zero weather.  Our All-Weather Floor Mats also have anti-skid ridges to prevent shifting in your vehicle and come with a protective, non-stick finish to make cleanup quick and easy.

 

 

Cargo Liners

WeatherTech® Cargo Liners provide complete trunk and cargo area protection.  Our Cargo Liners are digitally designed to fit your vehicle and feature a raised lip to keep spills, dirt and grease off your vehicle’s interior, protecting your investment from normal wear and tear.   

 

Stone & Bug Deflectors

Sleek and low profile, the WeatherTech® Easy-On® Stone & Bug Deflector is aerodynamically designed to provide excellent protection against stone chips and bug stains. Made from aerospace-grade acrylic, it is virtually indestructible and extremely scratch resistant. Attaches easily to most SUVs, trucks, minivans or cars using either a 3M® brand automotive adhesive tape or fasteners that use existing holes in the vehicle’s hood. No drilling is required. A beautiful and protective addition to any vehicle.  

 

We can order any WeatherTech® accessory or part and have it here at Hiller for you to pick up!  Call or Stop in to learn more!!!!  

 

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