To ensure you select the correct roof bars, you need to identify the particular roof type on your vehicle.
The following are the main car roof types - each has a different method of fixing Roof Bars to the vehicle:
Cars with Roof Rails – rails run the length of the roof and you can slide your hand under the rail.
Cars with Flush Rails - rails run the length of the roof, approx 30mm high, and you can’t slide your hand under the rail.
Cars with Normal Roof – where the roof has no Rails, T-Tracks or Fixed Points. Roof bars are usually clamped around the door frame.
Cars with Fixpoint Roof – roof has pre-drilled mounting points usually hidden under flaps or sliders.
Cars with T-Tracks – roof has two channels running the length of the roof with a slot in them.