Toyota Tercel Coupe / Sedan 1989-1990, Pulse Roof Cargo Box by Thule®. 4 Feet. Pulse Cargo Boxes give you the extra space you need at a great value. The Easy-Grip mounting system enables you to attach the carrier to Thule Rack Systems, round bars, and most factory racks in about 10 minutes, no tools required. The box loads/unloads from the passenger side, it's lockable, and once underway the rugged and durable ABS construction will ensure your gear stays safe during transit.
Notes: Due to rack placement and configurations, some of Thule larger cargo carriers may hinder the ability to open the rear hatch completely. Please refer to Thule "Box Mounting Dimensions Chart".
|Cargo Volume: From 11 cu. ft./311 L to 16 cu. ft./453 L|
|Weight Limit: 110 lbs./50 kg|
|Skis / Snow Board Capacity: From 3-5 Pair Skis, 2-3 Boards to 4-6 Pair Skis, 3-5 Boards|
|Max Skis Length: From 155 cm to 210 cm|
|Minutes to Install: 10|
|Box Opening: Passenger Side|
|Box weight: From 30 lbs./13.6 kg to 36 lbs./16.3 kg|
Durable and Rugged Material
Durable and Rugged ABS material is long-lasting and helps protects contents during transit.
Easy-Grip Mounting System
Easy-Grip Mounting assembles in moments and easily attaches the box to the rack.
Single-side opening for safe, passenger side loading and unloading of items.
Oversized SecureLock™ is easy to grasp, even with gloves on, and ensures the box is closed securely and properly prior to driving.
Made in the USA
All Thule cargo boxes are proudly made in Franklin Park, Illinois.
When you're on a tight budget but need additional space to transport your gear, Thule has the solution for you with Pulse cargo boxes. These boxes come in a size to fit your needs, and deliver easy, safe, and secure transport of your gear to your destination. And unlike some bargain carriers, these cargo boxes have sleek aerodynamic styling, so they'll not only look good on your roof, the reduced drag and noise will help your fuel mileage and make your trips quieter and more pleasurable.
The Pulse series is offered in 3 sizes, so there's a capacity and length for every need. The XL is the largest box in the Pulse line, capable of carrying up to 16 cu. ft. of cargo. It fits 6-8 pairs of skis with a maximum length of 181cm, 4-6 snowboards, or gear for up to 4 passengers. The medium size carrier in the Force line is the Force L, with the capability to carry up to 14 cu. ft. of cargo, 3-4 snowboards with a maximum length of 155cm, or gear for up to 3 passengers. The shorter length of the Pulse L makes it perfect for smaller vehicles. The Alpine is the long and narrow box in the Pulse line, making it perfect for long/low profile gear, and for when you need space for additional gear on your roof rack. The Alpine can carry up to 11 cu. ft. of cargo, 5-6 pairs of skis with a maximum length of 210cm, 2-3 snowboards, or gear for up to 2 passengers.
No tools are required to install Pulse cargo boxes to Thule rack systems, round bars, and most factory racks. The Easy-Grip mounting hardware is easy to assemble and the cargo box can be installed to the load bars in minutes. Loading the box is easy via the passenger side opening lid. The 2 included straps can be used to tie your gear down in the box and prevent it from sliding around. Once all your gear is loaded, the included One-Key lock cylinder can be used to lock the lid and lock the box to the carrier. The SecureLock feature ensures that all gear is locked and the box is properly closed prior to driving, because the key can only be removed when the box lid is closed and locked.
Pulse cargo boxes come with everything required for installation, including detailed instructions. The limited lifetime warranty applies to the original purchaser of the product, and warrants the product against manufacturer's defects in materials or workmanship.
Thule® designs and manufactures products for outdoor enthusiasts, athletes, and those that lead an active lifestyle. They specialize in developing and marketing cargo transportation solutions so these people can bring their gear with them wherever they go, whatever they drive. Thule was founded in Sweden in 1942, and built their first roof rack system in the 1960s. Today Thule leads the market with innovative products for transporting, bicycles, watercraft, snowsport equipment and other gear on the roof, with the trailer hitch, on the trunk or hatch, or in the pickup bed. Thule manufactures the strongest, most durable and longest lasting load carrying systems on the market, and backs their products with a lifetime warranty. Over 80% of Thule products sold in North America are made in USA, and Thule employs over 1,000 American workers.