The optional all-weather floor mats for the 2022 Cadillac XT4 are currently unavailable to order, Cadillac Society has learned.
Due to ongoing constraints with the supply chain, 2022 XT4 orders are currently not able to be equipped with the following all-weather floor mat options:
- All-weather front and rear floor mats ($175, production code VAV)
- All-weather front and rear liners ($220, production code RIA)
In turn, the unavailability of the aforementioned items means that two individual packages normally offered on the Cadillac XT4 are also unavailable to order. These are the Floor Liner Package (production code PDF), which is normally available for an additional $375, and the Interior Protection Package (production code PDH), typically offered for $325. Both of these packages include one of the previously mentioned floor mats or liners and will not be made available until supply constraints ease.
Despite the lack of availability of the aforementioned packages, the All-Weather Integrated Cargo Mat (production code CAV) is still available. It costs an extra $200 to equip, and can be outfitted on the XT4 as a standalone option. This piece of equipment is a rubber floor liner that covers the crossover’s rear cargo space, protecting the carpeting rear from the elements.
At this time, it’s not certain when all-weather floor mats and liners will become available again for the 2022 Cadillac XT4 again.
As a reminder, the 2022 Cadillac XT4 features the turbocharged 2.0L I4 engine (production code LSY), rated at 235 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. Production takes place at the Cadillac Fairfax Plant in Kansas.
It’s worth noting that all-weather floor mats are similarly currently unavailable to order on the 2022 Cadillac XT6.
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Not a big deal…just order them from WeatherTech.