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Thule Evolution Metallic 6410 Car Top Carrier

Item# 02872185000P | Model# 6410 | Added on May 22, 2013 |
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Thule Evolution Metallic 6410 Car Top Carrier
$379.99
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Description Specifications
Thule Evolution Car Top Cargo Carrier For Amazing Road Trips You'll be ready for anything when you have the Thule 1600 Evolution Rooftop Cargo Carrier in place during your next road trip. There's no need to be cramped in your vehicle with this cargo carrier able to haul up to 150 lbs. of gear on the roof. The aerodynamic design prevents excess noise and fuel usage with use. This hard carrier is designed for most SUVs and vans, making it the perfect trip piece when you and the gang are off for an adventure.

  • The hard shell design of the Thule 1600 Evolution Rooftop Cargo Carrier keeps your supplies and luggage locked up while you venture down the road
  • Click on Installation Guide to view Vehicle Application Guide
  • Capacity: 16 cu. ft.
  • Model: 6410
  • Type: Hard Case
  • Mount: Top
  • Closure: Lock
  • Requires roof rack
  • Suitable for: SUVs, vans and crossover vehicles
  • Color: Silver Metallic
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Praise
By Rod-McInnis
August 16th, 2016
Great for the money.

I just purchased one of these and had a great road trip and camping. I was able to fit in the following: 4 Sleeping bags, 1 large 4-person tent, 4 folding chairs, 4 therma-rest air mattresses, 2 fishing poles & three rolls of paper towels. It was packed with all of those items in it but it worked great. As some other reviews have stated, it is a pain to install it due to the fact that it opens only on the passenger side and the bolts are hard to access on the drivers side. I was able to reach fine by opening the windows and standing on the window sills. Not a problem for me but if you are not comfortable with this you should consider a more expensive one that opens on both sides. Other than that I don't see any value in opening on both sides. In fact, I mounted mine as far to the passenger side of the vehicle as possible. I did not see any reason to center it and moving it to the side allowed for easier loading and unloading. I also saw some comments about not being able to drive when it is empty. I had it up to 60 mph with nothing in it so I don't know where that comment came from. One nice thing about this model over many others is that the grey color won't get as hot as a black roof.

14 found this review helpful
Criticism
By CLTMomTo5
August 17th, 2015
Meh. Unimpressed.

I bought this rooftop carrier at my local Sears Store and paid to have it installed in the auto center. Over 1 1/2 hours later, my rooftop carrier appeared to be on my car. I have no idea what took them so long but they really appeared to struggle with the installation. From the moment we put this roofrack on the car, we noticed a loud rattling noise when we drove on the highway. THe very first time we used it and filled it with items for our long trip, people were waving at us as we were driving. Confused, we checked out our carrier when we stopped and found that the front right attachment was broken. Our carrier was now only secured in three places. I am SO ANNOYED. I now need to go back to a Sears, find a new carrier, and get it installed before we return home. Not a great vacation project. The overall rack seems a little flimsy for the price. I am not sure why it has so many high ratings. I will give it two stars instead of one because I am wondering if it was the rockstars at the Auto Center that caused these problems and not the actual poor quality of the carrier itself.

13 found this review helpful
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Poorly Made and Worse Customer Service (especially since it is a Thule)

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Purchased this item for a road trip to Florida from Michigan. Once we returned from our trip there were cracks on the bottom. I called Sears about this and they directed me to Thule whom, after several e-mails and phone calls, told me to pound sand. I ensured that the weight was distributed properly and the unit was secured. I was not looking for a refund just a replacement. I have since disposed of it. $329 down the drain after two uses.

August 3rd via sears.com
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July 25th
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Lots of Room best Price!

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I guess the lid was designed loose? Because it's loose, low speed and small bumps shook the lids a round and created noisy rumbling sounds. It mounted in place solid. But because it's long compared to my mid-size SUV, the front bounces up and down a little while vehicle is in motion. Glad to have the silver color option that matched with my car. Bought this when price dropped.

January 18th
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Great size .. Reasonable price

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This model has a ton of room x country skis will fit well. This is an old style design the mounting, locking, hatch opening is the old style. Top finish is grey not metalic grey. I suppose the old style mechanisms should work well because this design has been around foe decades

January 11th
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It works great!

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We bought this for our son and daughter in-law, who are traveling east coast to west coast and it works great!

January 10th
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