2010- 2012 Honda Cr-z Rear Trunk Cargo Cover And All Weather Cargo Mat Tray Crz on 2040-parts.com
Kingsland, Georgia, US
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10-12 Honda CR-Z Cargo cover and all weather Cargo mat
Both parts are Original Honda accessories
They are in good and clean condition
Cargo cover has some light scratches but still looks like new, please see the pictures
part # 84400-SZT-G02ZA
List price $308.10
Cargo mat is already modified to fit with CR-Z rear Bass speaker. The mod consist is cut a little the lower left corner that's all you.
part # 08U45-SZT-100 List price $101
Shipping will be $14.95 for 48 states only
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