Who is planning on getting the optional spare wheel on their R1T?
Does anyone know if a full size spare can fit in the R1S?The R1T will come with a full size spare if your state mandates it. Otherwise you would need to buy a spare.
Same for the R1S, except that it will not be a full size spare tire.
Seriously ask about this. Having to drive on an interstate in the slow lane down hill with trucks passing you because you are speed limited is not an experience that you want to have...If they let you without loosing your place in the pre-order, consider moving to the R1T for the spare option unless you really need the extra seats. I do know that sometimes a full size will fit even when the default is donut...saw this on an older Honda Ridgeline.Does anyone know if a full size spare can fit in the R1S?
I plan on driving long distance and doubt a donut spare will be ideal.
My Tesla Model S was over $100k and did not come with a spare. Doesn’t even have a place for one. It’s becoming more common for cars to not have them. To turn the statement back on the purchaser: “You’re buying and $85,000 truck and complaining about having to spend a couple hundred on a spare that most (road queen) owners don’t want or need?”. Not trying to be a dick, just pointing out that only a percentage of owners will be off-reading in these trucks, and those who aren’t would be apt to use their cell phone vs. a tire wrench if they get a flat. Mine will spend a lot of time offroad, and I’m more than OK buying a spare. Might even be able to pick up a cheap matching one from an owner who decided to go with aftermarket wheels and tires.What he said!