Can I fit a full-sized spare wheel in the boot of my car if it didn't come with one standard?

My wife's 2013 Range Rover Evoque does not have a spare wheel and I'm reluctant to trust the kit that came with the car. Can I put a full size wheel in the boot? What do I need to to do to make it fit?

Asked on 5 May 2020 by

Answered by Dan Powell
The Range Rover Evoque's boot cavity is not large enough to store a full size spare wheel. It will take a space saver, with a bit of work, but it simply isn't deep enough to hold a standard wheel.
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