Curt 24x60 Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2007 Honda Odyssey

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Review of the Curt 24x60 Hitch Cargo Carrier on a 2007 Honda Odyssey


Today on our 2007 Honda Odyssey, we're doing a test fit of the Curt's cargo carrier, part number C18153. This cargo carrier is 24 by 60. We already have it on our vehicle. It's six inches deep and can hold up to 500 pounds, so let's go ahead and take a few measurements here just to show you. The ground clearance I'm looking at is 11 inches. Overall we've added 39 inches to our vehicle, and our closest point is 14 inches.

Now while it's in this position you can see you can easily get in and outside your vehicle, and the break point, just to be curious, the break point I'm looking at about 24 inches, so just think about that as you're loading up your cargo bay that you don't want to go over 24 inches. Now the exhaust on here is on our passenger side. It is pointing down, but let's just take a measurement just to show. I'm looking at approximately about 23 inches, so just keep that in mind if you have any heat sensitive material, you maybe want to place them somewhere else in your cargo. This has a folding feature. What we have is a pin and clip.

Pull off our clip, take out our pin, and fold it up. Replace our in and clip. Now overall distance has changed, so let's go ahead and take the measurement there. I'm looking at approximately 15 inches, and closer to our vehicle has changed as well, and we're looking approximately 7 inches. With this also, it's equipped for two inch hitches.

It does not come with a pin and clip. You can find it on our website. That part number's PC3, so that's it for our look at our Curt's cargo carrier, part number again is C18153 on today's 2007 Honda Odyssey. 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 pothole, road debris, or hitting a curb. Finally we have the solid speed bumps, which show the up and down action to simulate a parking garage or coming out of your driveway.


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