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According to Memmolo, no single item in your used car's interior gets more wear and tear than the carpet. The lighter the color, the more grease and stains show. "Automotive carpet takes a real beating," Memmolo says. "Replacing it just freshens up the car so much."

Replacing your car's carpet is labor intensive. However, several companies offer replacement carpet kits custom-fitted to specific makes and models. Carpet kits can be found starting at $120. Installation will add $250 to $400 to the total.


 

 

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