Tires

*: This torque is equivalent to applying approximately 88 to 110 lbf (40 to

*: This torque is equivalent to applying approximately 88 to 110 lbf (40 to 50 kgf) at the edge of the wheel nut wrench. If you have tightened the wheel nuts by yourself, have the tightening torque checked at the nearest automotive service facility as soon as possible.

NOTE
For the Latin American models, there is a conventional tire installed under the floor of the cargo area.

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