Reviewed By Michael H (SAINT PETERSBURG, FL) Reviewed for a 2012 Subaru Outback —3/4/2015 6:06 AM
Great cargo box. Easy to handle and install.
Reviewed By Samuel C (AUGUSTA, KS) Reviewed for a 2010 Subaru Outback —1/1/2015 5:55 AM
22 cu FT of space makes this the largest cargo box. With the box moved all the way to the front, there is about 1/8" of clearance between the top brake light and the bottom of the box, when the hatch is open. Love it!! With the aerodynamics, we saw a small change in MPG driving the speed limit. When the box is at full load capacity, it will flex. You will need to help the box close fully when locking it. (especially in the front, where there is the most flex) Use the tie down straps. The load will shift during your drive. The box is rated at 110 lbs of capacity. It will handle more.
Reviewed By oded m (boulder, CO) Reviewed for a 2007 Subaru Impreza —3/5/2011 11:35 AM
After doing quite a bit of shopping around I purchased the inno shadow 14 for my 2007 impreza hatchback. It has a very sleek design and fits my smaller car perfectly. Before I was using an old yakima load ranger with 20cu ft of space (which i got many years of use out of on a larger vehicle) but there is noticeably less drag with the smaller inno. It is mounted a little towards the front of the vehicle just to allow room for the hatch to open all the way but looks great all around. I have not seen the shadow 16 but assume it will fit nicely on a small hatchback as well. The box easily holds a few snowboards, and i assume a good amount of my camping/sports gear in the summer. The mounting system is the easiest to use of any box I have encountered, it literally took me 3 minutes. Overall, I am very pleased with this purchase and smile every time I see it on my car.