Inno Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2020 Hyundai Palisade

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Review of the Inno Hitch Bike Racks on a 2020 Hyundai Palisade


Angeline: Hi, it's Angeline from etrailer.com. And today we are looking at our Inno Tire Hold 2 Bike Platform style rack here on our 2020 Hyundai Palisade. Now what's great about this bike rack is how effortless it is to mount and dismount your bike. It's super easy to use the tire mounts, and because it has tire mounts, your bikes like your Carbon Fiber Bike here is safe. So if you want to access your hatch on your Palisade, the way to do it is, this bike tilts away. To tilt away, you just pull this lever and it tilts down.

It has its own stop. And let's see if we can access our hatch here.All right, and it comes very close, but it made it. So my handlebars here are about 18 inches long. So if you have longer handlebars in that, you might not be able to open your door without taking your bike off. But this way you can tilt it away, get your stuff and close the hatch again.

Know how close it gets, but it's fine. To tilt it back up, all you need to do is just lift up under that and it snaps into place.So if you want to take your bike off, we have 2 tire mounts, which I like, because it makes it very easy to use. We'll start with the back one. So you might need to hold onto your bike. So press on the lever and it slides out.

So what I do is just press on this and I push the tire Mount out and then you're ready to go.So if you look over here, now when you mount your bike up, you can just put it in there. You can slide it back and forth for the best position and you ratchet this mount into place. So we'll just put it back. So when you have your bikes off, it's nice to put it back into position. So it's nice and clean.With it folded down like this, let's see how much it adds to the length of our Palisade here.

From our back bumper, to the back of this rack, which is over here by the lever, it is 32 inches. That's just something to keep in mind when you're parking into your garage or backing into a small, tight space.Okay. How about ground clearance From the bottom of our rack to the ground, it is 17 and 3 and a quarter inches. That's a fair amount of space to something that when you're driving up a steep driveway or up a hill, you want to know your ground clearance, but that's a lot of ground clearance.If you want to drive around, you don't want it folded out like this, you would like to fold it up, what you can do is just pull this lever as well and push it up. Okay, there we go. So with it push up against our vehicle Let's see how much length it adds now from the back of our bumper, to the back of the bike rack, which is actually here near the bottom, that's the farthest point. It is 12 inches. So, that's a very big difference compared to when it was folded down. And how about how close does it get to our car here From the back bumper to this end of the cradle, it is 6 inches. So if you also know this, if I try to move the bike rack around, that's as close as it's going to get.So let's look over here at the hitch, this fits into an inch and a quarter and 2 inch hitch receivers. It has this sleeve that lets you adapt to the different hitch sizes. And it comes with an anti-rattle bolt right there, as well as over here, there's a mechanism here at the end, which you can lock. So what you do is when you install it, you tighten it down and that causes it to the anti-rattle mechanism to engage. So that even though I'm trying to shake this as hard as I can, it's not moving at all, which is awesome. And you can lock it here as well, just to keep your bike rack safe. Okay So we have those things mentioned.My final thoughts about this bike rack is I love how effortless it is to mount and dismount our bike. It looks really good on our Palisade here with this black bike rack in our white bike, I thought it looked really good. It's a very nice and sleek design. It has that nice black finish and it's very sturdy and very easy to use. So I think it's a great platform bike rack. So, that was a look at the Inno Tire Hold 2 Bike Platform Rack here on our 2020 Hyundai Palisade. Here on our test course, we'll start by going through this inaudible 00:05:34 lane. This is going to show us the side to side action. This simulates turning corners or evasively maneuvering. Once we get to the alternating speed bumps, we'll see the twisting action. This will simulate hitting a curb or pothole or driving over uneven pavement. Once we get to the full speed bumps, we'll see the up and down action. This will be just like driving in and out of a parking lot. Parking garage or driveway.


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