Cargo Net - Honda (08L96-T7S-100)
2016-2022 Honda HR-V
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- SKU: 08L96-T7S-100
- Other Names: Net Cargo
The Cargo Net helps keep your grocery bags upright and holds most loose items securely in place.
Elastic cord construction is tight-fitting, helping to prevent damage to contents.
Disclaimer: If any items required for installation are not purchased or already on your vehicle, it may necessitate these items to be
purchased separately at the time of installation.
- Condition: New
- Install Time: Under 1 hour
- Sold In Quantity: 1
|Year||Make||Model||Body & Trim||Engine & Transmission|
|2022||Honda||HR-V||EX, EX-L, LX, Sport||1.8L L4 - Gas|
|2021||Honda||HR-V||EX, EX-L, LX, Sport||1.8L L4 - Gas|
|2020||Honda||HR-V||EX, EX-L, LX, Sport, Touring||1.8L L4 - Gas|
|2019||Honda||HR-V||EX, EX-L, LX, Sport, Touring||1.8L L4 - Gas|
|2018||Honda||HR-V||EX, EX-L, LX||1.8L L4 - Gas|
|2017||Honda||HR-V||EX, EX-L, LX||1.8L L4 - Gas|
|2016||Honda||HR-V||EX, EX-L, LX||1.8L L4 - Gas|
Honda Parts Direct
Honda Parts Direct is a proud member of the Wilson Group, one of the fastest growing automotive groups in the Southwest. Our success has been built by the management and staff’s commitment to our customers, to our employees, and to our community.
Our store opened in Scottsdale in 1998 and moved to the present location in 1999, serving thousands of sales and service customers annually. We have earned the prestigious Presidents Award, given by American Honda Motor Corporation, more than any other Honda dealership in the valley. The employment longevity of our staff has contributed to a growing number of repeat customers and high customer satisfaction scores.
As a corporate citizen, our store made donations to several local and national charities including Chrysalis Domestic Violence Shelters, Crisis Nursery, Phoenix Children’s Hospital, JCC and Special Olympics, Childhelp, Hopi School and Phoenix Suns Charities. In addition, management and staff participated in the Denim Day Breast Cancer Research program and donated clothing, toys and personal items to St. Luke’s at South Mountain.