Reviewed By Richard Y (murphy, NC) Reviewed for a 2014 Subaru Forester —3/25/2015 4:46 PM
It was easy to assemble and to install on top of the car. It rode well and gave excellent protection of our store items. Definitely recommend this item.
Reviewed By Stephen L (West Chester, OH) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota Highlander —3/24/2015 8:38 PM
Ordered the Sonic XL for my 2008 Toyota Highlander with factory rack and crossbars. I had no problem installing the XL size box on the roof and my spoiler from the rear hatch did not hit the box. I moved my front cross bar to the front of the rack and was able to adjust the hooks in the cargo box so the box would sit as far forward as possible. Had about 2 inch clearance with my back hatch door.
Reviewed By Robert J (Devon, PA) Reviewed for a 2012 Mercedes-Benz M-Class —3/20/2015 11:34 AM
It came quickly, and in good packaging. Attached with no surprises, and the test drive (at 80 MPH) was a success. Now the proof of the purchase, to take it on a trip loaded and see how it holds up. Only question in my mind is the attachment holding firm. It was so easy to put it on, there may be a price to pay, as opposed to a more hard wired attachment. Will update if I can after my ski trip.
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