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I purchased these crossbars for a 2013 Rav4. They work just fine and I'm very happy with them. Just one small issue with them, I had to adjust their length to the maximum extension for the clamps to work properly on my factory rails.
Yuck. Leaves an after taste, pro ably from an artificial sweetener. The huge container was only 1/2 full and it did not provide 30 servings but 26 (yes, I scooped the whole thing out to check!)
Racks fit great but rubber top covers make locks useless. Pull rubber back to remove connecting hardware. A sliding metal cover that requires removal of locking end caps access connecting hardware would be more secure. Great product if you're not overly concerned with security.
After researching this product and reading many reviews of this product and other similar devices, I chose the Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus Adventure Kit and must say I'm glad I chose it. It's compact and its design is well thought out. It's simple to use and appears to be well built. Be sure to get a recent manufacture style because some of the earlier productions had some problems, but have been worked out in the more recent manufacture dates. I'm now planning my future purchases of products that use batteries to revolve around AA and AAA batteries so I can take full advantage of my Goal Zero.
Updated from the 2009 version. All recently new and modified local roads/intersections have been updated. (The most recent local road modification was done about 18 months ago.) The only other modification to the software that I see is that MS has changed the menu icons from multicolor and eye appealing to very flat, basic two-tone blank and white. This obviously doesn't impact the functionality of the software but it just looks like a step backward.