That is nice, but will the flat tire being replaced fit in the trunk?dsd said:I bought the 04 with the spare tire option. For a spare of any sort to fit a new bottom mat is really required.
The factory spare is a deflated tire on a rim with an air compressor.
Maybe check with MVP who was parting a car and see if the spare kit is available.
I've been hunting for workable "donut" tires for this and other cars, then the question became what I would do with the offending flat tire... leave it by the side of the road or try to fit it in the passenger compartment (assuming one doesn't have a passenger)?
So... on the Maser, my Lambo now and others... I give up. The lug nuts are not standard, and I can't even find friendly jacking points.
Seems like roadside assistance is the best bet. Flat = Flatbed tow to the nearest dealer.
Sucks but I guess is the price we pay to drive these things.
P.s.: looking forward to run-flat technology maturing.