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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-29-2018, 10:17 AM Thread Starter
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Cargo hold ideas.

Does anyone use a net to secure groceries with the provided loops? If we have something that should be rolling around out of the plastic bag like a 2-liter or bottle of wine, I'll lift the cover and put in the divided foam tray.
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-30-2018, 09:15 PM
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Hi yes, we use it all the time. Usually I thick the bottle head through the net to hold it in place. I had the dealer throw that and the cargo cover in as part of the deal. The two cost about $190 if memory serves me correctly with the net about $55 of the $190. Both are worthwhile additions.
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net with not baskets

I bought a net for the cargo area of my 17 Envision and use it all the time. Yesterday, I even crossed it to hook to the ring farther in the front to hold something into the corner. I got mine online for less than the Buick dealer and is the same net. unhooks real easy if in the way. watch what is put in the net, as the contents at times gets close to the trunk latch.
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Under #20.00 is such a deal.
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post #6 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-18-2018, 03:28 PM
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Hey, Norm. Where'd you find that one for under $20?


$55 on the Buick Accessories site: https://accessories.buick.com/produc...tegoryId=12001


$41.25 on ShopChevyParts: https://www.shopchevyparts.com/cargo...-92299180.html




Also, I see you have the cargo shade. In the description on the Buick Accessories site, it mentions that it "mounts behind the second-row seat." In the photo, I can't really tell how it's mounted.



https://accessories.buick.com/produc...tegoryId=12001




I have the cargo liner in mine, and I'm wondering if the cargo shade will still mount with the liner in place on the back of the seats.


https://accessories.buick.com/produc...tegoryId=98001
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Just got one here for 12.99. Works just fine.


https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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The cargo shade cover mounts in these holes and should not interfer with floor coverings.
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There is a $10.00 one Ebay that would better cover the lower eyelets as the envelop one like we bought makes it difficult for a single hand to load grocery bags.

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Thanks for the info for the shade mount, Norm.



I just ordered the cargo net on Amazon that lardro posted. I like the envelope style, as it's what I have in the trunk of my Chevy Sonic. I often need to transport gas cans and stuff like that, and the envelope style does a great job of containing those objects.
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