Rightline Gear Sport 3 Car Top Carrier Customer Reviews
115 Customer Reviews
Hit the road with all your gear in tow-and we mean ALL your gear. The 18 cubic ft Rightline Gear Sport 3 Car Top Carrier is the Godzilla of roof top cargo bags, holding more gear and equipment than you may even need. But hey, it's not always about needs!
Crafted of PVC Mesh and Hydrotuff fabric and equipped with Rightline's urethane coated ZipRight zipper system, your Sport 3 Car Top Carrier is built for the long haul. Plus, the protective storm flap system keeps the weather out and your cargo in.
The bag's top unzips 3/4 of the way around which means the cavernous jaws open wide for easy loading and unloading. And, since Rightline Gear crafts the Sport 3 with economy in mind, the massive size won't consume your budget Best yet, RightlineGear backs your Sport 3 Car Top Carrier with a 1-year warranty.
115 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Joey W (HOOVER, AL) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Tahoe — Thursday at 9:13 AM
I purchased this carrier for a beach trip. Great look to carrier. Loading the carrier was easy but straps took some time. The trip down was great, actually got out 2 times to check and it had not moved. On return trip it started to rain during loading but I was able to get a couple of bags in and zipped up. When the rain stopped and I went back to loading the carrier had about an inch of water in the bottom. Not a good day to say the least on the way home.
Reviewed by Cynthia B (CATONSVILLE, MD) — Thursday at 8:28 AM
Packed the carrier with three suitcases, beach chairs, linens and various other items. Ten hours on the road including through a rain storm. Nothing wet!! We also purchased the protective mat to go under the right line gear. Attaching the straps was a little tricky but once we figured it out, they worked fine. I would highly recommend this product. Great purchase!
Reviewed by Gabrielle P (CORAL GABLES, FL) Reviewed for a 2010 Mazda CX-7 — Wednesday at 12:59 PM
This was not a good purchase. After the first time using it, it was extremely sensitive to the wind and was easily damaged. I used it on a 12 hour drive and by the time I arrived at my destination it had holes in it and I was unable to use it on the way back. The strap design is terrible as well. It was a waste of money.
Reviewed by Daniel O (SCHWENKSVILLE, PA) Reviewed for a 2014 GMC Acadia — Monday at 6:24 AM
I'm not happy with this carrier. First time it was used, we drove 8 hours to North Carolina. When we arrived, the carrier had small rips in the fabric and the items inside where wet due to rain on the drive.
Reviewed by NIck D (Pittsburgh, PA) Reviewed for a 2009 Kia Borrego — Jul 25, 2014 3:44 AM
The roof top carrier worked very well on my trip. I do not have cross bars just side rails and it work well. The anti skid pad didn't work to well it bunched up. Overall it did it's job very well.
Reviewed by Chris M (GERING, NE) Reviewed for a 2013 Chevy Captiva Sport — Jul 22, 2014 9:36 AM
Great product. I actually had a hard time filling it even with luggage for 3, my golf clubs, and items for my dogs. We bought this just for our recent trip to Montana to see family and it worked as promised. I did have to re-tighten the straps a couple times in transit. The wind on the trip home in conjunction with the carrier did bring down my fuel economy some but what a breeze it was to fit everything we needed and then some into this and our car.
Reviewed by Sarah S (WILMINGTON, OH) — Jul 06, 2014 8:33 PM
We drove 900 miles one way for vacation with 8 people crammed into a venture. This held a lot of luggage. It was durable and waterproof. It did what it was supposed to do. The only thing I didn't like about it was the straps that were provided. The instructions were confusing, and I didn't like that the D rings were plastic. I didn't use them. I used ratchet straps instead. It was simple and very secure.
Reviewed by Douglas D (Monticello, IA) Reviewed for a 2010 Dodge Journey — Jul 01, 2014 6:16 PM
We came through some very large storm coming across Illinois the end of June and we had some wet clothing the suitcases. But we where on the way home so we didn't mind to much.
Reviewed by Michael P (HOLLAND, MI) Reviewed for a 2012 Chevy Equinox — Jun 25, 2014 10:33 PM
We used our car carrier for the first time this past weekend. We drove from Western Michigan to Fort Worth Texas and back again in 5 days. We didn't have the whole thing packed and it took some inovative strap work to make it appear attractive. We did have some slippage and wish we had bought the anti-slide blanket. Once I ran a strape across the back of the carrier it worked out Great. There was no leaking and everything inside stayed in its place.