- ROLA Base Rack Systems work perfectly with other ROLA roof accessories so no toys get left behind
- Cargo security ensured with a custom-fit for your exact year, make and model
- Each system includes crossbars, a fit kit and hardware to bolt right onto your ride
- Easy installation process gets you on the road in no time
- Different models of ROLA roof racks means you get the right style for your vehicle, including Raised Rail Mount, Side Rail Mount, Bare Roof Mount and Anchor Point Mount
- Most models are fully lockable
- Your ROLA Base Rack is protected by a 5-year warranty
There's no better way to haul your extra gear on a road trip than on your vehicle's roof. Whether you're hooking up a bike rack or cargo carrier, a ROLA Base Rack System is the necessary first step. ROLA accommodates your specific vehicle through their variety of custom-fit models including the Raised Rail Mount, Side Rail Mount, Bare Roof Mount and Anchor Point Mount.
Never fear, procrastinators, because your ROLA roof rack is so easy to install you can do it the morning of your trip (protection from your better half not included). Your base rack system includes crossbars, a fit kit and hardware – everything you need to get the show on the road. For peace of mind during pit stops, most ROLA rack models are fully lockable.
With a ROLA roof rack on your ride, your hauling capabilities are endless for the journey of a lifetime. ROLA roof racks are backed by a 5-year warranty.
ROLA Base Rack Systems Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Henry W (PHOENIXVILLE, PA) Reviewed for a 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander — Apr 03, 2016 7:42 AM
The cost of the ROLA is far less than competitive products. The installation was relatively painless. I did find it was best to lubricate the installation bolts and screw them in by themselves before using them to secure the bars. The screws have recessed star openings and it's hard to apply torque when actually fastening the rails. If you screw them in by themselves you can apply enough force to clean the threads and lubricate them so that when you install the rails it won't take as much force.
Reviewed by shelly l (Meriden, KS) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota Venza — Mar 24, 2016 5:16 AM
I have a 2010 Toyota Venza. Took me and my husband about an hour to figure this out and get it on the car. Super easy but best with two people. Noisy after I hit 60 mph but not enough for me to buy the wind fairing. I will update the rating once I get a kayak on it.
Reviewed by Sallie M (SAN JOSE, CA) Reviewed for a 2015 Kia Sorento — Mar 19, 2016 10:24 PM
These racks look great on my 2015 Kia Sorento SLX and were super easy to install, but when I hit just 45mph, they begin to whistle. Haven't tried anything yet to alleviate the problem, but will try repositioning them with the hope that it helps! Total bonus is that I can still open my moonroof with the racks on!
Reviewed by David B (FORT RIPLEY, MN) Reviewed for a 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe — Mar 17, 2016 10:45 AM
They fit real well, I had to make a slight adjustment on one side, the plastic spacer was a 1/4 too long, a quick fix with the hacksaw. For the money, they worked real well. This was my first experience with a roof top carrier.
Reviewed by Justin G (Zanesville, OH) Reviewed for a 2007 Honda Civic — Feb 27, 2016 4:12 AM
Great looks at a much better price than a lot of racks out there. Picked up quite a bit of wind noise, but bought a wind fairing and all is well.
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