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I saw in one of the videos the Honda guy was saying there are going to be including a bed liner for the bed to keep dirt out of the seats if you want to haul some. Is it coming with the pioneer already or is it something they will be sending out? If you have it I was wondering how well it does at keeping the dirt out of the seats?
 

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Its is an accessory that you have to order through honda. Its a little over $100, but im sure it wont take long before there are aftermarket ones. Its pretty much just a rubber mat similar to the ones for truck beds, but its probably thin.
 

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You can get either a bed mat or a full Bed liner. Mat is around $100 where the liner is $229... To me the liner is well worth the extra as it will also protect the sides as well. Still waiting on my local dealer to get them in stock as well
 

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Pretty much everything is a la cart with the Pioneer. That is how Honda is "keeping the initial price low."
 

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I think that "we will be providing" might mean "we will be providing for a cost..." Its not too expensive though and there are other options that aren't from Honda.
 

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Pretty much everything is a la cart with the Pioneer. That is how Honda is "keeping the initial price low."
I think it was good they did that, pro's and con's to it, but some people could careless for a lot of the extra's, some are just fine with the basemodel as-is.
 

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My bed liner is a tarp. Works great! Was less than $10 and if you are away from the shop when you decide to fold the seats up, you can just shake out the tarp and roll it up to stow in the area between the seat backs and the tailgate.
 
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Factory bed liner for 2P

Anyone installed a factory bedliner? The bolts provided/holes in liner do not match up with what is on the bed? Looks like the only solution is to use wood screws and screw into bed sides. Also, can't find the online instructions for this factory product.

Apparently there is only one liner that fits both the 2P and 4P from Honda. Don't understand why anyone with a 4P would buy this liner and have to unscrew/remove it every time you used the seats?
 

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I just got my bedliner in this week...ordered it in October and it finally came in. The holes on mine line up perfectly though, I didnt have any issues at all. I was disappointed though that you have to do that each time you want to use it or remove it but I guess its the best way to keep it in place.
 

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Anyone installed a factory bedliner? The bolts provided/holes in liner do not match up with what is on the bed? Looks like the only solution is to use wood screws and screw into bed sides. Also, can't find the online instructions for this factory product.

Apparently there is only one liner that fits both the 2P and 4P from Honda. Don't understand why anyone with a 4P would buy this liner and have to unscrew/remove it every time you used the seats?
Just a thought but if you have an idea as to get this bed liner. Velcro in place easy on and off for washout
 
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I bought a 4'x6' 3/4" horse mat that I plan to fit and cut on Monday. If it works I still have enough for a floor mat in front of the work bench and a bed liner all for 28 bucks. It is heavy enough it wont blow out and if I have to take it out n put it on the ground it wont blow away. I'm not a big fan of overpriced aftermarket stuff. I do love my Honda windshield and top though. :rolleyes:
 

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I just picked up my bedliner the other day and installed it on my P4 yesterday. I must say, I think it's the best fitting Accessory Honda has put out yet. While the fastener holes line up perfectly, It pops in so sucurely and fits so nicely all the way around that I have no plans of screwing it down. It only takes a minute to pop it back out to axcess the seating. I really like it. I'll save the hardware just in case.
 
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