Reviewed By Eugene A (Wichita, KS) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy HHR —11/17/2015 11:16 PM
it was easy to install and it appears to be water tight. Has a great looking appearance.
Reviewed By Mary J (Holt, MI) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy HHR —3/2/2010 10:08 PM
We retired our TrailBlazer, and purchased an HHR. It is smaller than we were used to, so needed more space for carrying all our camping equipment. An HHR is only a 4-cylinder vehicle, so towing a trailer is almost out of the question...if you cant go out...must go up. We have plenty of room for sleeping bags, blankets, pillows, soft suitcases etc (anything bulky but lightweight) that will fit into the cartop carrier. It was bigger than it looked in the picture and we were pleasantly surprised ant how much we can fit into it. Have not had the weather yet where we can put it up on the car, but we did a dry-run packing and were able to fit a lot more in it than we originally thought. Thanks.
Reviewed By Cathrine N (Pearland, TX) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy HHR —9/23/2008 4:34 AM
Traveling to New Jersey from Texas I found on the return trip I had more items to bring home than we started out with I decided to surf the net to purchase a cargo carrier when I came across Auto Anything. My first purchase was the cargo carrier. I went with the Yakima as the customer service gentleman suggested for my sized car. I did not realize that I needed the rack system until the carrier was delivered, therefore I had to stay another five days until the rack system arrived. I am a 58 year old female and I was able to install by myself. There was a little difficulty with the carrier as the clamps were out of reach because of the direction the unit opened. Fortunately I had a sun roof and was able to climb out there. After installation of everything and packing the carrier, I took the car for a test drive. All seem to work well so the next day we were off to return home. Well, aproximately 450 miles into the trip, the carrier flipped open and I lost nearly all my items. Fortunately no one was injured. The lock was not strong enough to endure a gust of wind that ripped that cover up. Nowhere did I read that I should perhaps use tie downs to secure that cover. I had seen many vehicles with these and many did not have additional ties. I only packed sheets, towels, pillows and comforters as I realized not to put anything heavy weight in there because a sudden stop would push everything forward and probably cause a hazard. I did not think what I had packed to be too heavy for the unit and it should have been fine if not for the strong wind that I encountered.
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