Although many SUVs, trucks, and vans can trailer, many cars can't or shouldn't, lacking the proper rating to do so. Whatever your make and model, though, even if it can't tow, it can still haul cargo. All it needs is a roof rack.
Where some brands call them luggage racks or roof rail systems, others call them roof carriers. Others yet, manufacture use-specific variants, like bike racks and kayak racks. Regardless of the kind, there are three main things that make having one worth it.
- Exceptional durability -- far more than a bare roof. This owes to load bars (and optional crossbars, too) made of weight-bearing metals like stainless steel or aluminum. The long and short of it: reliable support for heavy baggage.
- Anchor points -- far better than jury-rigging bungee cords. Also far better than a bare roof. All you have to do is tie a rope or crank a winch between the rails to secure your luggage.
- Quick and easy installation -- far quicker and easier than you might think. This is thanks to modular towers and feet and an included fit kit. As cargo management solutions go, they're one of the simplest to set up and take down.
Which roof rack fits your model? Put simply, one your OEM makes. Your brand designs them to fit its vehicles, after all. Our auto parts store has a wide selection, everything from normal- to heavy-duty, and you can order one right here.
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