Not every Volkswagen car or SUV has trailering accessories. That doesn't mean they can't haul gear, though. In fact, you can start by putting in no more than a couple of cargo trays.
You may know them by a few other names -- for instance, cargo mats or cargo liners, if you drive a sedan or hatchback. If you've driven a truck in the past, however, you probably call them bed liners or box liners. All of them have the same job: organizing what you're transporting. They can even help protect your floor upholstery and plastics, like floor mats do.
There's a lot to know about them. For one, like cargo organizers, they can be either universal (fitting most VW models) or custom-fit (fitting a specific one). Secondly, most are made out of fabric, carpet, rubber, or vinyl. Third, their designs range from rigid and reinforced for stability to flexible and collapsible for storing more easily.
Moreover, their finishes can be either textured or smooth. Textured trays, for example, are better at keeping luggage from sliding around and bumping into things. Some even have features like raised edges, which help keep dirt and spills from reaching your vehicle's floors and elsewhere in your interior. Plus, some meet NHTSA FMVSS No. 302 interior materials flammability standards if they don't otherwise exceed them -- meaning that they're fire-resistant.
Best of all, they're easy to install, lying flat in the trunk or cargo hold, and even easier to clean, often with no more than plain soap and water. Some, you can just spray off at the car wash.
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