Just purchased a 2019 Niro Plug-In with a cargo net that I wrongly assumed would be a net that would stretch across the back of the trunk area (instead it just straps small items to the floor). Anyone come up with any way to keep groceries from falling over? Would want something that doesn't take up a lot of space when not in use. Possibly something that makes use of the anchor points built into the car. Loving everything else about the Niro.
I had bought for a NISSAN Rogue at a TARGET store a compartment net that has four hooks at it's top corners and four hooks at it's bottom corners (the hooks are on sort of like a string and made with an adjuster). ATTACHED PICTURE
When I traded cars, I took it for the NIRO.
It is a bit shorter in width than the trunk floor and about 1/2 the depth of the trunk floor of the NIRO.
I hook the 8 hooks at various points (like on the seat back lock area, there are places on the floor to hook the bottom hooks, and the front top just hooks (not real securely) on the plastic of the rear door frame.
So, you can set grocery bags in the compartments (6 of those) and in front of the net and behind the net. Heavy items against the seat back and fill the compartments with lighter stuff.
It works for us. However, it would not hold things securely in a sudden stop or a collision (try to avoid that).
PS: When you need a flat floor -- just disconnect the top hooks and let the sides of the net fold down flat.