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 Carolyn J (FRESNO, CA) Reviewed for a 2015 Chevy Spark —9/1/2016 2:14 PM
We used our Yakima CargoPack Roof Cargo Bag on a trip from Fresno CA to Salt Lake City UT and back. It was mounted on top of our Chevy Spark, using the naked roof straps It did an excellent job! Over 1600 miles and it didn't budge in the strong Arizona, So. California, and Nevada winds, and didn't leak in the rain. We love it!! One of the plastic clasps for the internal compression straps broke, but it didn't affect it's performance in the least. I would definitely recommended it to anyone!