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Some have a floor mounted accelerator peddle, some have it suspended from the peddle box. Not sure which was which tho, I think it changed depending on model and year.
Just checked mine (2007 diesel) and not surprisingly its the diesel ones that fit!

As an aside is there anywhere that just sells the drivers side one, mines worn out but the other three are perfect.

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Hi Cyberice,

I had same problem finding the correct mats for my 2.2 diesel. In the end i found halfords do them online. You put car reg in and they do the rest! Mats were exact fit and even the securing lugs were in the right position!
Hope this helps.

I've only just joined the forum so Hi everyone.

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@ the OP.

You haven't told us which model you have, so asking whether the petrol or diesel mats would fit is tricky to answer. You may find that you can answer your own question too.

As has been mentioned, it's the pedals that hold the key. The petrols have the VW Beetle style pedal that comes up from the floor, the diesels presumably have the hanging-down-from-above type.

Those mats on ebay relfect this.
 

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Hi all,

You are right it is to do with pedals... A friend of mine works for Halfords and he has a discount card they should be £39.99 but he can get them for £xx.xx. I nearly had an heart attack will I found out how much discount they get.

I suppose that’s why they made 85.5 million pounds last year.

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A friend of mine works for Halfords and he has a discount card
Same here. He had his card removed off him because he was buying discount and selling on for profit. Alot of profit :D

Lucky mr. Halfords!
 
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