Excellent point Paul. I was vaccuming my Acadia out yesterday and noticed the potential for dirt and gunk to build up in the grooves. There is grease in the tracks too and that's only asking for stuff to build up. Mine wasn't bad at all though. Even with the Captain's chairs moved forward, the rails are still exposed. The floor mats DO NOT cover them as they would hinder the movement of the chairs. Hopefully GM will come up with something to cover them up....till then...no food in the car....but that's only gonna last for so long!!Rufio said:Similar to what you see in the gear shift lever (Drive, neutral, reverse etc).
I saw the exact same model! That model is what got me interested in purchasing the Acadia in the first place--it was love at first sight! :-* I wonder how many people purchased an Acadia because of that model? I agree that the covers would be nice feature. I find myself cleaning the candy, wrappers, etc. from the tracks all the time, and getting grease all over my hand when I do. :banghead:ccaats said:The pre-production model I saw at Epcot's Test Track ride had the rubber covers with a slit down the middle to allow for sliding (as shown above). I did not notice any impedence to the sliding action, so I am not sure why they did not carry them over to production.