Carryboy canopies reviewed and recommended with some useful information about each one and our overall hardtop star rating.
Again, for those with budget at the fore the 560 Commercial utility hardtop is well worth consideration. It comes with roof bars which can carry up to 80kg, we found these super handy, plus non-drilling clamp installation, automatic interior light, rear window safety glass, neoprene load bed seal, stainless steel hinges and hardware, twin locking system for the rear door and sliding bulkhead window.
For those on a budget this leisure canopy from Carryboy is one to consider and is packed with features. These include a great paint finish, sliding side windows, which are tinted and lockable, sliding bulkhead window, watertight neoprene sealing, a non-drill installation, heated rear glass and high-level break light, not to mention interior light and stainless-steel hinges.
There are some nice lines and design features on the S6 canopy. The overall look is fairly sporty which carries over into the sporty looking low-profile roof rails. The S6 is a leisure hardtop so has windows, these open and have tinted glass. The S6 has a third brake light, central locking and a roof spoiler! The usual non-drill clamp installation is always handy of course. The price point is pretty handy too.
Carryboy make lots of pickup hardtops, and have done for over two decades. They are probably the biggest hardtop manufacturer in the world and bring their knowledge and experience to bear in their canopies. Carryboy hardtops are available for the Ford Ranger, Toyota Hilux, Nissan Navara, Mitsubishi L200, VW Amarok, Fiat Fullback, Isuzu Rodeo and D-Max.