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Dose anyone have any input or pictures of the rear cargo cover? The Passport has the mounting and slides built into the cargo area sides for one but, the vehicle didn’t come with one and I can’t find any information on it.
 

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I don't know how it is in the Passport, but I stopped using rear cargo covers years ago when I realized that my back windows were so dark that it was almost impossible to see inside anyway. The cover was just a hassle that often needed to be removed.

Of course, if anyone plans to leave valuable stuff like cameras visible on the floor of the rear compartment, a cover is probably a good idea.

YMMV
 

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Of course, if anyone plans to leave valuable stuff like cameras visible on the floor of the rear compartment, a cover is probably a good idea.
YMMV
In Passport some stuff will fit in that nice storage under the floor of the cargo area.
 

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Dose anyone have any input or pictures of the rear cargo cover? The Passport has the mounting and slides built into the cargo area sides for one but, the vehicle didn’t come with one and I can’t find any information on it.
Don't know about it .... but we have one for our other car and eventually just left it in the garage. We found it got in the way more then it was worth
 

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I've had them in 3 vehicles and yet they are in the way more than they help, heck you could buy a black sheet at walmart and leave in the cubby and if you every need to cover something, it should work fine..
 

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I like them and have used often in other vehicles too / we all have good tint however if you look closely u would see my expensive bike rims/tires so out of site and out of mind sorta - I ended up getting one for the Passport and was able to work it into the deal - thanks Honda
 

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I had a 2018 Pilot and got the cargo cover for it. Found it was a PITA to deal with because you couldn't store it nicely within the vehicle when I needed to remove it. It ended up just living in the corner of the garage. I think the same thing would happen to one in the Passport. One of the few features I liked on a Toyota Highlander was the space underneath to store the cargo cover.
 

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I had a 2018 Pilot and got the cargo cover for it. Found it was a PITA to deal with because you couldn't store it nicely within the vehicle when I needed to remove it. It ended up just living in the corner of the garage. I think the same thing would happen to one in the Passport. One of the few features I liked on a Toyota Highlander was the space underneath to store the cargo cover.
Same. Mine always end up in the garage till I sell them. I won’t waste anymore money. Crackheads will smash your windows regardless if the doors unlocked so really no point. If ones worried just toss a bed sheet over the stuff
 

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To me the backend of the passport looks unfinished without the cargo cover. I always leave my cargo cover inside my vehicles, if I need to take it out for a day, I will take it out before I leave the garage.
 

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I've had one on my last 3 SUVs and like them, although the one on my Passport does not slide into the notches in the full extended position as smoothly as any of my others. Still I like to have a cargo cover.
I got it and all-weather mats included in the deal
 
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