Carpet vs. Vinyl Flooring

Which Automotive Flooring Option is Right for You?

Here at CapCity Interiors, we offer automotive flooring replacement options of either the carpet or vinyl variety. Not sure what option to select? Read on and we’ll get you on the way to choosing the best option for your vehicle. 


Carpet is the industry standard when it comes to automotive flooring. It is most commonly found in most cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs. While carpet gives your vehicle a luxurious feel and is aesthetically pleasing, it is more susceptible to stains and odors. Not without its benefits, such as insulation, and a sound deadener, carpet is the most common flooring option in our vehicles.

Check out our selection of automotive carpet replacement options, available in 8 material options as well as over 200 colors.


Less commonly seen in passenger vehicles, vinyl is a great alternative to carpet flooring. Vinyl flooring can be found in Jeeps, trucks, and off-road SUVs. Automotive vinyl flooring is non-porous, meaning those spills and muddy adventures are easier to clean up. Our vinyl flooring is 99-mil thick, making it stronger and more durable than carpet.

If your job or adventures require your vehicle to withstand tough elements, vinyl flooring is a great option to replace the carpet in your vehicle’s interior. Whether you’re a contractor with a heavy-duty work truck hauling supplies, an owner of a cab driving people around, or a courier with the industrial van, or the off-road enthusiast with a rock-crawling Jeep or 4x4, consider replacing and enhancing your vehicle’s interior with our vinyl flooring options. Available in 4 tough and durable colors, you’ll find the perfect solution for your automotive flooring needs.

Whether you decide on a carpet or vinyl replacement for your automotive flooring project, you’re guaranteed to find what you’re looking for at CapCity Interiors. Our replacement automotive carpets and vinyl flooring options are a low-cost way to kick off that automotive restoration project in your garage. Check out our Installation Guides for how-tos and tips to installing our carpet or vinyl in your car, truck, SUV, or van.