Reviewed By Gary L (San Jose, CA) —2/12/2018 10:29 PM
Thule Motion XT Cargo Box has large space for storage and it is very easy to install which takes less than 15 minutes. It makes my SUV looks good too.
Reviewed By Robert S (Burlington, CT) Reviewed for a 2014 Cadillac SRX —1/24/2018 5:51 AM
Nice upgrade over my old rear rearing opening Thule. Clamp on attachment points are easy to adjust and appear to give secure mounting to a factory roof rails. A bit pricey compared to other options on the market but not something you need to buy very often and will hopefully last many years.
Reviewed By Luke K (BOYNTON BEACH, FL) Reviewed for a 2011 Porsche Cayenne —11/26/2017 7:26 AM
There are many cargo boxes for cheaper out there, but they will require a lot more installation and removal time. Their quick clamps make it easy to install and remove the box once they are set to the size of your cross bars, less than a minute. The box is also very aero dynamic and it added very little wind noise compared to cheaper options I used in the past. Being able to open the box from either side was also helpful. Lastly it looks nice and almost part of the car when installed.
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