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Here you go. This is the GM Cargo Net in my 2012 ECO MT.
 

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I use two, both with similar loops. I continue to use my 2006 Sonata net & I stole a Cobalt net when I rented one, took the Key Fob as well, don't know why? Using both nets I can secure my items like an ice chest without any movement
 

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One other thing - there are no hooks to hold the bottom of the net in place. This is done by gravity.
 

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One other thing - there are no hooks to hold the bottom of the net in place. This is done by gravity.
And that to me is the weakness in this design. I prefer the ones that also tether on the bottom. I practically don't use mine on the Cruze.
 
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One other thing - there are no hooks to hold the bottom of the net in place. This is done by gravity.
I don't know as gravity has failed me a time or two? Why do we not have bottom connections for the hooks. I know my Sonata also didn't have a bottom fasteners and I'm not sure my CRV or the Subaru had them?
 

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I use mine all the time, but it doesn't hold that much. I can only get about 3 paper grocery bags in it. I like Eddy's idea of using two nets. I will keep my eyes open for a second one.
 

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My Monatana had top & bottom hooks. In a tailgate situation it's just about a necessity. My wife's Solara has top & bottom hooks. I find it easier to get stuff in and out of the net in my Cruze.
 
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