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Received my Sage Brush EX-L Pilot last Friday evening (definately more grey than blue, and more blue than green...but still a great color for this vehicle). Anyway, My wife and I take our dog with us on many occasions. What's the difference between the cargo tray vs the cargo liner? Honda's website shows a pooch in their photo for the liner (the tray is $100 less). Also, is the separation net enough to keep my springer spaniel from jumping from the back to the second row?
 

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The tray is firm rubber but can be rolled up with some effort. The liner covers more area and is like a stiff fabric. The liner attaches to the back of the Pilot with velcro. The tray has a small "lip" to it.

I have a tray and my dogs (Lab, G Shepherd) do well on it.
 

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Received my Sage Brush EX-L Pilot last Friday evening (definately more grey than blue, and more blue than green...but still a great color for this vehicle). Anyway, My wife and I take our dog with us on many occasions. What's the difference between the cargo tray vs the cargo liner? Honda's website shows a pooch in their photo for the liner (the tray is $100 less). Also, is the separation net enough to keep my springer spaniel from jumping from the back to the second row?
Hey Spindoctor, welcome to the group. Congratulations on your Pilot. Where are you from in PA? I'm near Hummelstown.

Check out a couple of the attached threads for more information:

http://www.honda-pilot.org/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=777&highlight=cargo

http://www.honda-pilot.org/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=462&highlight=cargo+liner

http://www.honda-pilot.org/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=51&highlight=cargo+liner

http://www.honda-pilot.org/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=60&highlight=cargo+liner

I think that should answer most of your questions, since its already been discussed at great length in the group. I would also suggest that you check out some of the following web sites that offer great prices on accessories:

www.hondacuraworld.com (e-mail Tim at [email protected], or call him at 1-888-RAY-LAKS); his prices are a little higher, but include the S/H, so in the end its about the same.

www.handaaccessories.com
www.discount-hondaparts.com
www.hparts.com
www.hondaparts4you.com

The cargo tray is running $70.20 through Tim, and $64.80 through most of the others. The Honda list is $89; $96 "installed". This one simply lays in the cargo area.

The cargo liner is running $159.90 through Tim, and $147.60 through most of the others. The Honda list is $205; $219 installed. The installation of this one is straight forward. Here is a link to the instructions:

http://www.handaaccessories.com/pilot/cargoliner.pdf

No dogs, but I'm going with the tray instead of the liner. Hope this info. helps you to make your decision.

Welcome to the group, and I hope it proves resourceful for you. Looking forward to seeing some of your experiences in the future...
 

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Thanks SoapPlant for the detailed reply and links. Your response and this site in general is very helpful and informative.

I live in Reading, PA.
 
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