Reviewed By John M (CLARKSDALE, MS) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Matrix —5/21/2015 8:32 AM
The bag is a bit pricey...BUT, considering I will be using it A LOT, worth the cost if you consider long term and peace of mind that you will arrive dry.
Reviewed By Randall L (Hermann, MO) Reviewed for a 2011 Subaru Outback —5/18/2015 10:19 AM
I had second thoughts.So I called AutoAnything to ask if it would fit my 2011 Subaru Outback.I was put on hold while the guy called Thule techline,if he did or not I don't know.He got back with me and said it would.I measued before I called and it was a 1/4" too long.He assured me it would fit,it came in and now I have to drill another set of holes.Don't get me wrong the cargo box is perfect,easy assembly and looks good.
Reviewed By Greg K (Holtsville, NY) Reviewed for a 2013 Chevy Tahoe —5/16/2015 6:16 AM
Installed the basket 2 weeks ago. Assembly was a breeze and the materials are of very high quality. Very stable mounting on OEM cross bars. Some wind noise at speeds over 50 mph but that is to be expected. Looks great on Tahoe. Highly recommended cargo net with tight weave and you're all set. Would highly recommend this basket.
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