CURT Basket Style Cargo Carriers Customer Reviews
25 Customer Reviews
It’s easy to bring along all of the gear you need without making your cockpit claustrophobic with the CURT Basket Style Cargo Carrier. The large 60”L x 20”W basket adds ample storage space while the 6” tall sides help to keep even tall loads secure. Featuring a 2” x 2” shank, this cargo carrier fits snugly into your 2” receiver hitch. Choose either the fixed shank that stays flat or the folding shank that folds up when not in use.
Load up your new CURT Basket Style Cargo Carrier with up to 500 lbs of gear—it’s made from strong and reliable steel tubing. Plus it’s covered with a durable black powder coat finish so you can get your gear there in a carrier that looks good. What’s more, this Curt cargo carrier is backed by a 1-year warranty.
Our 10+ CURT Basket Style Cargo Carriers customer reviews have an average rating of 4.50 out of 5 stars. To see specific reviews about your vehicle, please select your year, make and model from the drop down above.
25 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Russell L (PIGEON, MI) Reviewed for a 2009 GMC Acadia — Apr 02, 2013 4:18 AM
I'm impressed with the quality of construction, its design and the ease of assembly. I'm planning a road trip and didn't want the hassle of a roof top carrier (hard to load, wind resistence, etc.). The Curt carriers seems to fit my needs perfectly.
Reviewed by Keith I (WILDOMAR, CA) Reviewed for a 2012 Jeep Wrangler — Jan 10, 2013 11:21 AM
When I ordered the carrier, the site asked for the make and model of my vehicle. I ordered it with the hinge so it could be folded up behind the vehicle. When it arrived, I found that the rear mounted spare tire on my jeep would not allow the carrier to fold up. Curt said that their web site states that, but since I odered it from another site it was not their problem.
Reviewed by James H (Surprise, AZ) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Venza — May 15, 2012 12:36 PM
We have three vehicles at our home. I bought this folding carrier and a CURT hitch for my 2012 VENZA. This carrier, when folded upright, contacts the rear bumper of all three vehicles... some worse than others. One vehicle has a factory hitch, one has a "Hidden Hitch" and one has a CURT hitch (a VERY GOOD product, I might add!) The 'tongue' is too short by about 1-2 inches for many vehicles, in my opinion. I called CURT's Tech Support and was told to buy a hitch extension, which I did ($20 at Harbor Frieght), but now the hitch is way too far extended behind the vehicles (and likely illegal in some states!). The solution is to add 2 inches to the tongue's length, and then drill two pin holes spaced about 1 inch apart in the tongue to allow for such problems. This would add, maybe, $3.00 to the cost to manufacture. This rack is made in China as stated on the box, and not by CURT in the USA as their hitches are. It shows. Unlike the well-made CURT hitch, the paint does not look like powder-coat, but rather soft enamel. The reflective tape applied looks like it was added by a drunkard. It is just CURT-branded, and not worthy of the CURT name in my opinion. Also, it sells for much less elsewhere and with Free Shipping. Fortunately, Auto Anything does price matching (Thanks!).
Reviewed by James N (Stockton, MO) Reviewed for a 2012 Jeep Wrangler — May 01, 2012 5:24 AM
I'm very pleased with the Cart Cargo Carrier based on quality of manufacturing and especially the service I received from the AutoAnything staff. I read a few reviews complaining of scratches, rust and poor packing. Mine came in perfect condition. The carrier was very easy to assemble and fits perfect on my Jeep. It's a great value. One more plug for AutoAnything........great help on the chat line. This is my go to company for anything I need in the automotive area.
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Asked by john f.
Jul 26, 2012 5:19 AM
2002 Jeep Wrangler
2002 Jeep wrangler spare tire mount. When folded will it interfere with spare tire rear mount?
Answered by Nathan S. — Jul 27, 2012 12:41 PM
It most likely will interfere with the rear tire mount.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Diane R.
Feb 13, 2012 6:13 AM
2009 Honda Fit
I currently own a Thule bike carrier (hitch) and would prefer to use this product. Is there a way for me use this product to carry the bike as well as other items? Is there a way to strip it down to the carrier so it won't move as I drive very long distances. Thank you.