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I've owned a lot of cars and bought a lot of neat bits to attach to them, but I've NEVER come across the cranky bits I've found with this Crosstour.

Cargo net requires dis-assembly of rear hatch panels and a rivet gizmo plus drilling of panels BEFORE you can screw in the simple hook that allows you to use the net upright.

Nose mask requires insertion of screw thingie into inner front fender edge - pretty normal - but the mask itself puts so much pressure on the snap attachment that it pulls out of the hole AND deforms the fender under the headlight at the same time. Very poor mask design.

Door edge protective film requires separate purchase of magical 3M Clear Film Installation Spray that is not included with the kit.

EVERYTHING seems to drive me back to the jack wagons at the dealership - either to buy stupid parts because I want to install it today, or because I don't have the specialized tools required to hook up a SIMPLE CARGO NET!!

Cripes. I'm done. I'm limited to caps and keyrings.

Search online for installation instructions before buying anything. You'll save time and money.
 

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It's perfect just as Honda created it. Leave it be. Drive it for 200,000 miles and then trade it in for another Honda.
 

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reply to i've given up.....

re the cargeo net-- you can just buy the cargo net from pep boys store and attach it using their stick-um taped or screw in hangers. or you can get that cago net and a couple of S hooks whch will fit right into the holes on the cargo cover track. total cost approx $30.

yeah-- i agree that their cargo net and the method to ijnstall is a bear and not worth the trouble.

PS- they do have a approx $60 cagro organizer that doesnt require any installation which will also keep bage from rattling around after going to the market.
 
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