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It's a spare - who cares? It's only made for temporary trips - spares these days are almost ALWAYS far smaller than the regular wheel/tire.
 

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I was fortunate when I bought my CTD in 2012 in Australia as it came with a 16x6.5 steel wheel as a spare and it match the diameter of the 17x7 alloy road wheels.
 

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I was fortunate when I bought my CTD in 2012 in Australia as it came with a 16x6.5 steel wheel as a spare and it match the diameter of the 17x7 alloy road wheels.
So it has a full size instead of the donuts most cars have now (if they have one)?
 

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So it has a full size instead of the donuts most cars have now (if they have one)?
Yes, my daughter has a 2015 1.6T hatchback, petrol, and it has a donut with 115 stud pattern as they have the diesel brakes standard. I hate that spare though but the well for it won't fit a bigger spare. My spare pictured, the 80 is the max speed recommended (KPH).

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First thing I did when I deleted my car was went to a junkyard and got a spare and put it where it was supposed to go LOL. I ended up getting a spare from a 2004+ Grand Prix...it shares a similar bolt circle to our Cruze Diesels.
 
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