Rightline Gear Sport 3 Car Top Carrier Customer Reviews
111 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.
111 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Sarah S (WILMINGTON, OH) — Sunday at 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.
Reviewed by Matthew A (GRASONVILLE, MD) — Jun 06, 2014 5:28 AM
I loaded this up for a weekend camping trip. The Trip out was fine getting ready to leave and while I was packing it up the zipper broke both of them there was no way to zip up the unit. So I end up counting on the Velcro. While I was strapping it to my car one of the plastic tie stays broke so I had to tie a knot (luckly I was with the boy scouts they helped me). Still waiting for warranty information from Customer Service
Reviewed by Christina D (MCLEAN, VA) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Expedition — Apr 22, 2014 8:31 PM
This was an awesome buy. Cheaper than the hard tops and you can install yourself. Was going to give full stars all around but the installation was time consuming and difficult to make sense of at first but if you read the directions, you can figure it out yourself. You will not need extra straps. Definitely purchase the mat pad for the top. It helps the bag stay in place when you are traveling on highway. Other reviews claimed bag was not waterproof. We did not find this to be true. Great buy!!!
Reviewed by Albert W (Byron, GA) — Apr 22, 2014 3:59 AM
If you bag is not completely filled all this thing does is flap and beat up your car. Spend a little bit more get the Cargo box with the cross beam from Walmart, All we heard for 500 miles is flap, flap flap we will be sending this back, not to mention if you are going somewhere overnight you basically have to take this thing off your roof
Reviewed by Kristen P (South Wales, NY) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota RAV4 — Mar 15, 2014 12:27 PM
Our 2cd Sport 3 Carrier; both through Auto Anything.We like that it takes very little storage space when we are not using it.We use it to drive from NY to MT and back every summer; and shorter camping trips.We purchased the liner, we went through major storms everything was dry.Our first one had a slight zipper failure when we stuffed it too tight, but there are 2 zippers and the other one was able to go all the way around. We got the 2cd (spare) after small pinholes developed.