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INNO Base Rack System Part #IN-XR/IN-B117/TR120 Customer Reviews
13 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by George Z (Redmond, WA) Reviewed for a 2009 Mazda 5 — Aug 24, 2012 10:35 PM
Just did a 500 mile road trip with my new inno rack. Straight forward installation, and it performed great. I was carrying around camping gear in a Yakima RocketBox. Almost no noise on the highway and never worried about the rack coming loose. The price was the selling point though. About $100 less than Yakima or Thule.
Reviewed by Eugene M (Mahomet, IL) Reviewed for a 2012 Mazda 5 — Aug 09, 2012 9:01 AM
We needed a roof rack for our Mazda 5 for vacation. The dealer wanted 3 times the cost of the INNO rack, so I ordered the INNO rack online from Auto Anything. I needed it quick, and it arrived on time. I appreciated being able to track the shipment online. It was very easy to install, and performed great on our week long vacation. Because the bars make wind noise by themselves (not so much with a carrier attached), I appreciated how easy it was to remove them after the rack was no longer needed. You don't need to remove the bases, just the bars; and the kit comes with covers to the bases so they still look good without the bars. I prefer the rack to a permanent dealer's installed rack, and at 1/3 of the price.
Reviewed by Andrew S (Olathe, KS) Reviewed for a 2010 Mazda 5 — May 15, 2012 11:54 AM
The Mazda dealer wanted $450 plus $50 installation charge to install their rack on our Mazda5. When I heard that price I looked around and found the Inno Rack. I was a little hesitant because the dealer acted like it would be hard to install and I thought the price might mean the quality wasn't as good. Wow, was a I wrong! This is the best roof rack I have ever seen...good looking, strong, and the directions were written specifically for my car. I had the rack on the car in 20 minutes....better rack, 1/3 the cost. Choose this rack and you won't be disappointed!
Reviewed by Joseph B (Charlotte, NC) Reviewed for a 2010 Mazda 5 — Jan 16, 2012 6:46 AM
Looked at Thule and Yukima racks as I was familiar with these brands. After reading a lot of webpages/reviews, I went with the Inno rack for my Mazda5 for about 1/2 the price of the Thule/Yakima. Installation was fairly easy. Total time took about an hour (this was my first time installing a car rack). I like that the Inno comes standard with locks for the rack (you pay extra with some other brands). I also like that you can remove the rack but leave the bolts on the auto (comes with black covers for the bolts). This will make taking them on/off easy. They look good on, but with the decrease in gas mileage from having the empty rack on and the wind noise, I'd rather leave it off until I need it. The prior reviews I read were correct on the Mazda5, there is significant wind noise while the empty rack is on the car. I did not purchase a Fairing, but may do so in the future depending on whether the noise is reduced with a soft cargo bag on the rack. Ordering through Auto Anything was very easy. I found the best price I could find online, received my shipment within a week, and everything was packaged well and correctly.
Reviewed by James L (Vienna, VA) — Jul 01, 2011 9:08 AM
It took me about an hour to install, not too bad. Everything was there and it all fit as shown--just right for my car (Mazda 5). It is a very strong, handsome rack (I got black). I am very happy with it and at $200 a good value. Beats getting one from the dealer for twice the price.
Reviewed by Farukh K (Reston, VA) Reviewed for a 2007 Mazda 5 — Jun 02, 2011 2:37 PM
The Inno rack system fitted very snugly into the anchor points in my 2007 Mazda 5, and the cross bars appear sturdy. Excellent and timely service from AutoAnything
Reviewed by Roberto A (Richfield, MN) Reviewed for a 2006 Mazda 5 — Apr 19, 2011 9:06 AM
This rack is phenominal! It's easy to install, looks great, and is very sturdy. In my opinion, it's far superior to the factory racks because you can put bars in it of varying length (i.e. - you can put long ones in there if you need to carry a bunch of gear like canoes and bikes). The factory racks are only one size; slightly less wide than the car. In my opinion, anyone looking for a rack for a Mazda 5 should buy this one.
Reviewed by Christian D (VENTURA, CA) Reviewed for a 2009 Mazda 5 — Feb 04, 2011 12:14 PM
The podium covers are not very durable and interpreting the japanese instructions might be tricky, but otherwise these are sturdy racks that are quite a bit cheaper than alternatives for my make/model. Pretty high wind noise when nothing is on them so I would recommend getting some sort of fairing. Again, might just be a problem with my particular car.
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