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Put this in the car a little while back. Had a few of these in the trunk or prior Toyota vehicles, and really liked them for keeping things in place. The webbing on this one is much tighter than the Toyota net. So far, have only used in in this envelope position you see here, have not had a need to use it in the lie down flat format yet. I do wish the clips that attach it to the tie downs were open ended, it would make it easier to work with. The closed ended clips makes it a small nuisance to disconnect and re-connect whenever needed. Will look for some other clips to replace them with at some point.
 

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Removing the cargo net from our 2012 Pilot was the last thing I did when trading it in for our Elite PP. It now is in use in the PP. A very practical addition in the cargo area. However, the clips attaching the net are bothersome to engage and disengage.
 

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Put this in the car a little while back. Had a few of these in the trunk or prior Toyota vehicles, and really liked them for keeping things in place. The webbing on this one is much tighter than the Toyota net. So far, have only used in in this envelope position you see here, have not had a need to use it in the lie down flat format yet. I do wish the clips that attach it to the tie downs were open ended, it would make it easier to work with. The closed ended clips makes it a small nuisance to disconnect and re-connect whenever needed. Will look for some other clips to replace them with at some point.
Thanks for posting this pic. I just bought the cargo net for the PP but it didn't come with any instructions and I couldn't figure out how to connect the plastic clasps to the hooks on the PP. It looks as if they actually are meant to be connected to the net itself. I'm gonna give that a try. (y)
 

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First accessory I purchase for my PP was the cargo net. But, I didn't care for the plastic clips at all. Difficult to get on and off and I felt like I was going to break them. Went out to Academy Sports and picked up (4) Nite-Ize 2" carabiners. Also passed the carabiner through the zipper pull so it can't work it's way down. As a rule I always keep it up, but when I need to open the back I will disconnect the right side and and stow the net in the left bin while keeping the left side mounted.
 

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Had a Cargo Net for our Toyota Venza that I kept when we traded it in for our daughters 2016 Accord. This was 2-1/2 years before I bought the PP and when I tried it, it fit the PP perfectly, I use it once in a while otherwise it's tucked away in the cargo cubby...!
 

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Thanks Gray Beard for your very helpful post and for including the name of those hooks so that I could do a search for them. I found them on Amazon and ordered a set of four. I appreciate your help!
 

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Have any of you run across a cargo net that goes over the top of the cargo area, so that if you slam on your brakes all the stuff you are hauling doesn’t fly all over?
 

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Do you mean like this?

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Do you mean like this?
Is that what you’ve got?

Would you be able to put 3 large pieces of luggage and a pelican work case and a few other things under it? WHEN...I do work and can get their via driving, I’m often gone for several months and then being a ton of stuff...
 

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That’s the Honda net. It’s pretty tight hooked up like that so I don’t know if you can fit anything too big under it.
 

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One thing I like about the Honda cargo mat is that everything I put back there sticks to it. One thing I don’t like about it is it’s not sticky on the bottom at all so it slides around.
 

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That’s the Honda net. It’s pretty tight hooked up like that so I don’t know if you can fit anything too big under it.
Thanks. That’s what I was thinking. It has not been an easy find, hence why a year later, I still don’t have one.
 

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One thing I like about the Honda cargo mat is that everything I put back there sticks to it. One thing I don’t like about it is it’s not sticky on the bottom at all so it slides around.
I, too, would like a find a looser-fitting net similar in style and installation as picture posted by mtgriff. My search continues, too.
In the meantime, use the old cargo net from our long-gone 1993 Ford Explorer (easy on, easy off, stores in cargo bin, keeps grocery bags in place).
But it's not flat style I prefer. Unfortunately the OEM Passport is too tight-fitting in my opinion.
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As for cargo mat, I had same problem until I installed some Stick-On Velcro strips. Mat doesn't shift around at all. Just one 4-in strip on back at each side of mat keeps it put.
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I, too, would like a find a looser-fitting net similar in style and installation as picture posted by mtgriff. My search continues, too.
As for cargo mat, I had same problem until I installed some Stick-On Velcro strips. Mat doesn't shift around at all. Just one 4-in strip on back at each side of mat keeps it put.
I have the all season mats and the cargo one is so slippery! So I got some cheap rubber front door mats with the little grippy bubbles on them, I’ve got three aluminum bins with car wash towels, water bottle, some other things that wont fit below, and that helped a ton for the sliding!


You can see them a bit under the bins here.

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