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Storage for a full size spare

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Old 05-07-2012, 01:26 AM
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Smile Storage for a full size spare

Having a 2001 Sebring and a 2004 300M; we've been waiting for Chrysler to get back in the mid size and compact car business.

For our travel, particularly in the winter to ski hills, we NEED a full sized matching spare.
Chrysler was one of the few manufacturers offering this valuable function. They dropped it with the follow on Sebring and also with the recent otherwise nice 200.

No Chrysler, a compact spare or a run flat doesn't meet our needs. A top speed of 80kph for 80kms (50/50miles)
is next to useless in western North America.

There are a few cars offering this function, so I guess we'll have to go elsewhere for our next cars.
However our current Chrysler cars are holding up very well, so hopefully you bring back a proper inside accessible spare tire well before they expire.

Chrysler you can be sure the GM Cruze won't be our next car, using the provided patch kit on a trip isn't to our liking, even if it does save trunk space!
At least Cruze owners won't be puzzled as to where to store the flat full size tire.

Josh S
 
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