Carpod Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2015 Hyundai Tucson

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Review of the Carpod Hitch Cargo Carrier on a 2015 Hyundai Tucson


Today on our 2015 Hyundai Tucson we are doing a test fit of the cargo CARPOD Walled Cargo Carrier. Part number M2205. See we already have it on our vehicle. See this cargo will hold up to 450lbs. The dimensions are 23 x 47. See that it has the mesh bottom so it can stay nice and clean. Let's take a few measurements here. Our ground clearance I'm showing 16 and a half inches.

From the bumper to the closest our cargo carrier I am showing 5 inches and overall we have added 36 inches to our vehicle. On this particular vehicle we have our exhaust on the passenger side, it is pointing down and that measurement from there is approximately about 17 inches. Remember if you have any heat sensitive materials may want to put them on your drivers side or if not, just be careful. This does not come with a pin and clip you can find that on our website. It does fold down so let me show you how that happens. We have 4 pins inside here, let's get those 2 down and we have 2 over here. There we go.

This does come with a strap so you can make sure you can hold it down. Bring this through here like so, pull the strap through the slot, pull through so we can tighten it and there. In this position you can get in and outside your hatch if you need to get inside. This also comes up in a folding position so if you are in a parking lot and you need some more extra space, pull this pin and clip here, fold up, replace the pin and clip like so. Now our overall distance has changed and our closest to the bumper has changed. Let's take the closest to the bumper first, showing approximately 5 inches and our overall distance we are looking at about 12 inches. That will be it for our test fit on the CARPOD Walled Cargo Carrier.

Part number M2205 on today's 2015 Hyundai Tucson. Let's see how it does on our test course. Here it is on our test course, first is the slalom area which simulates side to side action like turning the corners or evasive maneuvers. Next are the alternate speed bumps which show you the twisting action like hitting a pot hole, road debris or hitting a curb. Finally are the solid speed bumps which show you up and down action to simulate a parking garage or coming out of your driveway.


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