Many trucks, SUVs, and vans can tow. Many cars, however, can't -- or shouldn't, owing to the lack of a proper rating. Whatever brand and model you're driving, if it can't trailer, you're in luck: it can still haul cargo. All you have to do is install the next best thing -- a roof rack.
Some makes call them luggage racks or roof rail systems. Others refer to them as roof carriers. Others yet, manufacturers of the use-specific variety, call them bike racks or kayak racks. However you recognize them, what they do -- expand your vehicle's cargo capacity considerably -- might seem pretty obvious by now. The not-so-obvious: the reasons why having one is so worth it.
- More durability than a bare roof. Their load bars are usually made of a weight-bearing metal, like aluminum or stainless steel (optional crossbars, too). That means dependable support for heavier baggage.
- Anchor points for tying up and securing luggage. Also better than a bare roof. All you have to do is tie up a rope, crank on a winch, or string a bungee cord across between the rails.
- One of the quickest and easiest installation and removal processes out there. Roof racks have towers and feet that are modular, and a fit kit is often included, meaning they're one of the simplest cargo management solutions to set up and take down.
You're probably wondering which roof rack fits your model by now. The quick answer: one your OEM makes. GM designs them to fit its cars, trucks, SUVs, and vans, after all. We've got plenty to choose from, normal- to heavy-duty, and you can order one right here.
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