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Spare Wheel For New 108?

I notice Peugeot offer a space saver on the higher end 108, and its an option on the lower spec ones according to the website.

I think I missed this option when I was at the dealer the other day, has anyone else opted for it?
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Hey

Where is the hidden spot for the spare located in 108?

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The spare wheel is standard on Allure and Feline and as an option on Active and Access
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I have one. I think its worth having, otherwise if you get a puncture on the hardshoulder of a motorway you'll have some issues.
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The spare wheel is standard on Allure and Feline and as an option on Active and Access
But not on the Top! version (for some completely unknown reason)
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So does the 108 come standard with a spare tire? Or do i have to get that as an option as well?

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But not on the Top! version (for some completely unknown reason)

I believe it is to do with the weight of the TOP version. The hood adds extra weight, so to get emissions level down to that of the standard car they had to do away with the space saver wheel.
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Why not go for a full size spare, it fits in the well nicely.
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Why not go for a full size spare, it fits in the well nicely.
Interesting, have you done it? Full size 15" with what size tyre?
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I believe it is to do with the weight of the TOP version. The hood adds extra weight, so to get emissions level down to that of the standard car they had to do away with the space saver wheel.
spot on all due to silly emission regs!

I have a full size spare in my top! now, my dealer had a customer that did not want a spare and i had a compressor i did not want.

we swapped between cars and drove of happy
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