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Hi there members
I have just purchased a picanto domino.

Belately I've been reading all about it.

I see theydon't like snow, published mpg figures are nonsence, safety rating are iffy.

Have I bought a problem and can I kill wife.

I wanted a fox
 

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Will not kill wife seems quite a nice car but can anyone advise
I hope I am not worrying unnecessary but does anyone have experience of the chemical solution to a puncture.
If I decide to get a spare wheel is there a special one that I need.
Will any old second hand picanto wheel do and will it fit in the boot
Do I need any fixing point
Just feel vunerable with no spare tyre
 

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Hi and welcome, is the domino the White with black alloys etc, if so it a great looking car.
My wife's got the Picanto 3 and we both love it, I think you can buy a spare wheel kit but your looking at just over £100, it would be a matter of lifting the boot flooring and seeing what size is available,
....I've just googled it and it looks full size, so may just be a matter of finding a steel wheel with decent or new tread.
 

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Cranking cars you won't be dissapointed glad you didn't buy a vw fox !! Overpriced IMO and pay for a badge
As for the snow there wicked not a slip
Or slide in mine :) perfect car , the spare wheel size you want is 165 60 r14 i'f you've got 14 wheels and will fit straight in boot perfectly

I personally have got wheel can there good unless you rip side wall
 

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Thank you both for your really helpful advice.
I think I shall enjoy this web site if all are as helpful as you

Again thank you
 
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