Reviewed By HECTOR M (LOS ANGELES, CA) —9/8/2016 6:21 AM
The bags take place exactly as a i tought ... What else can i say ... Are perfect
Reviewed By Kimberly C (Des Moines, IA) Reviewed for a 2014 Mazda CX-5 —9/5/2016 6:18 PM
We used this on a vacation this summer. I was surprised how much we were able to fit in it. With zippers on both sides, loading it was easy. The only complaint I would have is the bolts were too long. They actually rested ON my roof and would have damaged it significantly if I had left it. I have a Mazda CX5 and the Mazda roof rack/ cross rails which I think are lower than a lot of roof racks. When the bag was loaded it was even lower due to the weight. I bought 2 inch bolts.
Reviewed By Jeff H (Boonsboro, MD) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Equinox —9/3/2016 6:40 AM
This was well worth it. Since there were 4 of us in the car, we used it to help us get all my daughter's stuff off to college. It fit 2 large plastic containers, a stuffed hamper, a box of books and a RTA storage rack in a box. We packed it pretty fully and it stayed perfectly in place. It did hang over the front rail of our SUV's roof rack but it strapped down easily and stayed put during a 3.5 hour drive. And it is waterproof; we drove through several torrential downpours & all stayed dry
What are the best cargo carriers on the market? We have got you covered after our extensive research. Let’s take a closer look.
You’ve finally decided to add more cargo space to your vehicle. But, between all the different styles in roof racks and cargo carriers, you don’t even know where to begin. Well, here’s a good starting point. We bring you all the info you need to know when making your decision between cargo bags and cargo boxes.