Reviewed By Paul W (Simpsonville, SC) Reviewed for a 2017 Subaru Outback —3/21/2017 4:44 AM
Works exactly as I had hoped. Fits well on the 2017 Outback. Do not hear any extra wind noise. Looks good also - black on black.
Reviewed By Michael P (CHESAPEAKE, VA) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Impala —3/11/2017 10:10 AM
I received it quick via mail. The paper directions for installing weren't very clear but I used a video on YouTube and it was a piece of cake. I haven't used it yet but it looks great, of good quality and I look forward to using it for many years. I like how it included the little rubber adapters to use on the thin road bike tires...great that they were included and didn't have to pay extra....it's the little things!
Reviewed By Broqsten B (Wilmington, OH) Reviewed for a 2013 BMW 3-Series —2/8/2017 8:29 PM
Suction cups go on in about 10 seconds each. Easily removed by pulling the tabs on the edge of the cups. My Cannondale mountain bike attached at the front fork and the back wheel was supported by the Velcro loop and suction cup. It feels very solid up there. No noticeable road noise. Took it up to 80 mph and no issues at all. Highly recommend this bike rack to anyone looking for a low cost alternative to rear strap mounts. I didn't want the roof bars because of the cost, bulk, and noise.
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