Cargo Liner Protects Your SUV From Your Home Center Haul Hothttp://www.tool-rank.com/media/listing/photos/thumbnail/300x300s/6f/d1/1c/suv-cargo-liner-38-1426175013.jpg
Although a truck is more suited for hauling cargo in its bed, as many families have SUV’s, it will often be tasked as the de facto hauler. So wouldn’t it be nice if there was a way to keep the cargo area of your SUV protected when you need to bring home bags of potting soil, rolls of sod, or just messy outdoor sporting gear? LeeValley is selling a new SUV cargo liner that does all this and more.
SUV cargo liners are nothing new, but what sets the one at LeeValley apart is its price and its design. While many cost $100 or more, they often times only protect the floor of the cargo area. At an introductory price of $25.50, their cargo liner has 15” tall sides and a long tail flap that extends onto the rear bumper during loading. It is 42”wide and long enough to cover the back seats when they are folded down, though you can just as easily fold it and use it with the seats up.
The cargo liner is made of a thick woven water resistant tarp material and features nylon drawstrings that attach to the headrests and side garment hooks to keep it in place. When not in use, the liner can be folded up and stored under a seat
The 56” model has an introductory price of $25.50 and a regular price of 32.50. The 73” has an introductory price of $29.50 and a regular price of $36.50. The introductory price will end on March 23, 2015. - LeeValley