Reviewed By Dan F (Bremerton, WA) Reviewed for a 2011 Chrysler Town and Country —9/3/2015 8:31 AM
We have a 2011 Town and Country, and use it for sleeping. We needed a little more room for our food and for our ice chest and portable stove.
Reviewed By anthony i (Cornwall On Hudson, NY) Reviewed for a 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee —9/2/2015 6:43 PM
The roof bars are very nice, the directions lack alot of details . If you are not used to putting things together this will be difficult. The system I purchased was for a 2015 jeep Grand Cherokee which needed legs to be installed on the flush side rails first before the aero bars could be installed. Once installed they whistled at 50mph, I contacted customer service and he told me that the plastic numbered strips must be installed on the underside of the bars so no wind flows inside.
Reviewed By Richard Y (LOMPOC, CA) Reviewed for a 2013 Subaru Forester —8/28/2015 11:37 AM
When I first decided to go this route, I was worried about the noise the bars would make; however, after an easy install and a test road trip along the 101 down to Ventura, I can honestly say that I didn't notice any difference at all - even with the sunroof open! I was originally going to go with a INNO cargo box, but after reading a lot of reviews, I ended up going with the Thule FORCE box instead. The aero bars are standard so you can mix and match which is nice. Very quiet, I recommend.