I went with an aluminum Black Widow motor cycle rack for my fat tire. It only weighs 34 pounds and has a 400 lb capacity. I bought four six foot cam straps from Harbor Freight for ten bucks. My bike weighs 63 lbs and the ramp is long enough that loading is a breeze. It takes me less than five minutes to load the bike and strap it down and less than two minutes to unload. The ramp attaches to the rack for storage, but I usually just put it in the back of my SUV when I have room. I just returned from a 1000 mile trip and the bike stayed rock solid from start to finish. It may not be pretty, but I am all in for $160.00.
I have a Saris Superclamp EX 2 and I really like it. Easy to load & Unload and it work with bikes with fenders!
Bonus - Saris has amazing customer service.
With the rack (no bikes) completely folded up I can still access the hatch on my Honda Pilot. With bikes, it tilts down and I can still access my hatch. Gone are the days of having to move my bike rack out of the way to open my hatch.
We have been using the EasyFold for 4+ years now on our delivery trucks and they have held up the best.
Most ebike designed rack will do the job nicely but we have found that the Thule offers a lot of features that the other brands don't and are really the best quality, well-designed racks that work with pretty much any electric bicycle design. The small footprint when folded, ability to handle 1 1/4" & 2" receivers, easy transport wheels, ramp and more make this a nice option.
I purchased a Kuat rack in the past and the issue I had was it didn't work well for my urban bikes with fenders and not being easily swappable between vehicles due to different hitch sizes. Great rack but a little more limited.
We just find that the wheel lockdown design limits many bikes with fenders. If you ride MTN bikes then your options open up and then the brands listed above are great options.
hope this helps,