Toyota Cargo Net for the New Highlander

Two weeks ago, I shared pictures of (and details about) the Toyota cargo liner that I installed in our Highlander. Today, I wanted to share with you another cargo area enhancement… I added the Toyota cargo net.

The cargo net lists for $59, but can be found online in the $30-$35 price range. I got mine on Amazon for around $32 with free shipping, though prices there change daily — click here for current pricing.

Here’s a shot of the cargo net laid out on the floor right after it arrived.

Toyota Highlander cargo net upon arrival... (click image to enlarge)

Toyota Highlander cargo net upon arrival… (click image to enlarge)

The bottom corners have hooks that attach to anchor points just inside the lower corners of the rear liftgate.

Hooking the bottom of the cargo net... (click image to enlarge)

Hooking the bottom of the cargo net… (click image to enlarge)

And the top corners have loops that hook onto tabs midway up the rear opening, just below the catch for the retractable cargo cover.

Attaching the top of the cargo net... (click image to enlarge)

Attaching the top of the cargo net… (click image to enlarge)

And here’s what it looks like once it’s been installed. In this shot, you can also see the cargo liner that attaches to the back of the 3rd row seats.

Toyota Highlander cargo net installed... (click image to enlarge)

Toyota Highlander cargo net installed… (click image to enlarge)

Note that this is an envelope-style net, so you can actually slip things down inside of it. But the real value, at least to me, is that it helps keep your stuff from falling out the back when you open the liftgate, especially when you have the 3rd row seats in the upright position (as in the above photo).

If you’re interested, you can get more details here.

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