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Hey all, 

I'm gonna be picking up a 2014 clio RS this week, first car after burning through the hand-me-downs of older siblings!

As far as I'm aware the car doesn't come with a spare so was just wondering what do the rest of you use to get you out in a pinch? 
Plug kit? Aftermarket spare? Roadside assist?

Any other things I should be aware of?

Cheers for the help, looking forward to getting involved in this community

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Assume it will come with a goo can and compressor? I am personally more than comfortable with that option, sure there's a chance of damage that goo can't fix but it's a percentage risk thing for me. I'd prefer that to unrestrained full size spare in the boot.

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52 minutes ago, Lynchos said:

Hey all, 

I'm gonna be picking up a 2014 clio RS this week, first car after burning through the hand-me-downs of older siblings!

As far as I'm aware the car doesn't come with a spare so was just wondering what do the rest of you use to get you out in a pinch? 
Plug kit? Aftermarket spare? Roadside assist?

Any other things I should be aware of?

Cheers for the help, looking forward to getting involved in this community

Congratulations mate, you'll not be disappointed! Did you get the sport or cup variety?

The Mazda RX8 space saver has the necessary bolt pattern and offset to clear the brakes, and go for 100-250 bucks at wreckers.

I strap mine down in the boot with ratchet straps from Bunnings and was lucky to get a cage over the top from an ozr member too.

I have the goop too somewhere.

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