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post #11 of 152 Old 05-26-2015, 11:06 PM
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I missed that the cargo cover is an accessory. I would have asked about that before I bought my HR-V. $99 seems an awful lot for a flimsy foldable cloth cover, even if it's just the right size and shape.

Is there any hope for less expensive after-market cargo covers?
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I missed that the cargo cover is an accessory. I would have asked about that before I bought my HR-V. $99 seems an awful lot for a flimsy foldable cloth cover, even if it's just the right size and shape.

Is there any hope for less expensive after-market cargo covers?
Put the $99.00 towards a nice tint job. You get privacy, protection from the sun's harmful UV ray's and heat reduction, all at the same time.
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I missed that the cargo cover is an accessory. I would have asked about that before I bought my HR-V. $99 seems an awful lot for a flimsy foldable cloth cover, even if it's just the right size and shape.

Is there any hope for less expensive after-market cargo covers?
Did you get the cargo cover or liner? Just curious as I want the liner for mine when I purchase.
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One more little tip, tapping the turn signal stalk halfway will give you three turn signal blinks for changing lanes.
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Did you get the cargo cover or liner? Just curious as I want the liner for mine when I purchase.
I got neither, unfortunately. I did not think to ask. I assumed the cargo cover was included, and my last subcompact wagon had a stronger more durable floor.

I will need to get something, either the Honda cargo tray or cargo liner, or a Weathertech or Husky cargo mat that was mentioned in another thread.
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Actually like the liner and cargo cover, both serve important roles in addition to tinting the windows.

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Did you get the cargo cover or liner? Just curious as I want the liner for mine when I purchase.
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I am assuming the liner goes all the way up on the sides, at least it looks like it does in the pic, and that would keep me from vacuuming the sides all the time. My dealer has not seen one yet. I also like that you can fold the end down over the bumper to protect it. That will help with getting dogs in and out, and whatever else I might need to transport.
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Unfortunately, accessories are just becoming available.

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I am assuming the liner goes all the way up on the sides, at least it looks like it does in the pic, and that would keep me from vacuuming the sides all the time. My dealer has not seen one yet. I also like that you can fold the end down over the bumper to protect it. That will help with getting dogs in and out, and whatever else I might need to transport.
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Unfortunately, accessories are just becoming available.
Hopefully it will be in stock when I finally get my blue EXL AWD. Now negotiating price, and they don't have it yet.
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Unfortunately, accessories are just becoming available.
All of my accessories have already been installed, except the cargo cover. Still waiting on that. I was told it would probably be a couple more weeks.
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