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WHEELS AND TYRES

Check the pressure of each tyre, includ-
ing the spare, every two weeks and before
long journeys. The pressure should be
checked with the tyre rested and cold.

It is normal for the pressure to increase
when the car is used; for the correct tyre
inflation pressure, see “Wheels” in the
“Technical specifications” section.

Incorrect pressure causes abnormal tyre
wear fig. 8:

normal pressure: tread evenly worn.

low pressure: tread particularly worn

at the edges.

high pressure: tread particularly worn

in the centre.

The tyres must be replaced when the
tread is less than 1.6 mm thick. In all cas-
es, follow the laws in force in the coun-
try where you are driving.

fig. 8

F0M0160m

IMPORTANT NOTES
❒ Where possible, avoid braking sudden-

ly, wheel-spinning and crashing into
curbs, potholes or other obstacles.
Long distances on uneven roads can
damage the tyres;

❒ check the tyres regularly for cuts on the

sides, swelling or irregular tread wear.
Go to a Fiat Dealership if required.

❒ avoid overloading the car when travel-

ling: this may cause serious damage to
the wheels and tyres;

❒ if a tyre is punctured, stop the vehicle

immediately and change it to avoid
damage to the tyre, the rim, and the
suspension and steering systems;

❒ a tyre will age even if it is not used much.

Cracks in the tread and on the sidewalls
are a sign of ageing. In any event, have
the tyres checked by specialised per-
sonnel if they have been fitted for longer
than 6 years. Remember to check the
spare wheel very carefully;

❒ in case of replacement, always fit new

tyres, avoiding those with an unknown
origin;

❒ if a tyre is replaced, you should also

change the inflation valve;

❒ to allow even wear between the front

and rear tyres, it is advisable to switch
them every 10–15 thousand kilometres,
keeping them on the same side of the 
car so as not to reverse the direction
of rotation.

Remember that the road
holding qualities of your car

also depend on correct tyre pressures. 

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WINDSCREEN/REAR
WINDOW WIPERS

BLADES

Regularly clean the rubber part using ap-
propriate products; TUTELA PRO-
FESSIONAL SC35 
is recommended.

Replace the blades if the rubber edge is
misshapen or worn. In any event, it is ad-
visable to replace them approximately
once a year.

A few simple precautions can reduce the
possibility of damage to the blades:
❒ make sure that the rubber part is not

frozen to the windscreen in sub-zero
temperatures. Use an antifreeze prod-
uct to release it if required;

❒ remove any snow from the glass: in ad-

dition to protecting the blades, this pre-
vents the electric motor from over-
heating;

❒ do not operate the windscreen wipers

on dry glass.

Driving with worn wiper
blades is a serious hazard,

because visibility is reduced in bad
weather. 

WARNING

RUBBER TUBES

As far as the brake system and fuel rubber
hoses are concerned, stick closely to the
“Scheduled Servicing Plan” in this section.

Ozone, high temperatures and a pro-
longed lack of fluid in the system may
cause hardening and cracking of the tubes,
which could result in leaks. Careful in-
spections are therefore necessary.

If the pressure is too low, the
tyre will overheat and could

be seriously damaged. 

WARNING

Avoid switching the tyres
from the right side of the ve-

hicle to the left side and vice versa. 

WARNING

Do not re-spray alloy wheel
rims at temperatures higher

than 150 °C. The mechanical char-
acteristics of the wheels may be
compromised.

WARNING

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Replacing the windscreen 
wiper blades fig. 9

How to remove the blade:
❒ raise the windscreen wiper arm A;
❒ rotate blade 90° around pin C, lo-

cated at the end of the wiper arm;

❒ remove the blade from the pin C.
How to insert the blade:
❒ fit pin into the hole located in the

middle of the blade B;

❒ lower the arm so the blade rests back

on the windscreen.

fig. 9

F0M0161m

Changing the rear 
window wiper blade fig. 10

Proceed as follows:
❒ raise the cover and remove the arm

from the car by slackening the nut B
that fastens it to the pivot pin;

❒ fit the new arm, positioning it correct-

ly, and fully tighten the nut;

❒ lower the cover.

fig. 10

F0M0162m

SPRAY NOZZLES

Windscreen washer fig. 11

If the jet is not coming out, firstly check
that there is fluid in the reservoir (see
“Checking levels” in this section).

Then check that the nozzle holes are not
clogged; use a needle to unblock them if
necessary.

fig. 11

F0M0163m

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❒ spraying protective plastic materials in

the most exposed areas: underdoor, in-
ner mudguard parts, edges, etc.;

❒ using “open” boxed sections to prevent

condensation and pockets of moisture
from triggering rust inside.

BODY AND UNDERBODY 
WARRANTY

Your car is covered by warranty against
perforation due to corrosion of any origi-
nal element of the structure or bodywork.

For the general terms of this warranty, re-
fer to your Warranty Booklet.

ADVICE FOR PRESERVING 
THE BODYWORK

Paint

Paintwork does not only serve an aes-
thetic purpose, but also protects the un-
derlying sheet metal.

Touch up abrasions and scratches immedi-
ately to prevent the formation of rust. Use
only original paint products for touch-ups
(see “Bodywork paint identification” in the
“Technical specifications” section).

BODYWORK

PROTECTION FROM 
ATMOSPHERIC AGENTS

The main causes of corrosion are the fol-
lowing:
❒ atmospheric pollution;
❒ salty air and humidity (coastal areas or

hot and humid climates);

❒ seasonal environmental conditions.
The abrasive action of wind-borne at-
mospheric dust and sand, as well as mud
and gravel raised by other cars, should not
be underestimated either.

Fiat used the best manufacturing tech-
nologies on your car to effectively protect
the bodywork against corrosion.

These are the most important:
❒ painting products and systems which

give the car particular resistance to cor-
rosion and abrasion;

❒ use of galvanised (or pre-treated) steel

sheets with high resistance to corro-
sion;

❒ spraying the underbody, engine com-

partment, wheelhouse internal parts
and other elements with highly protec-
tive wax-based products;

Rear window washer fig. 12

The rear window washer jets are fixed.

The nozzle holder is located above the
rear window.

fig. 12

F0M0164m

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Standard upkeep of the paintwork consists
of washing the vehicle: the frequency de-
pends on the conditions and environment
where the vehicle is used. For example, it
is advisable to wash the car more often in
areas with high atmospheric pollution or
on gritted roads.

To wash the car properly, proceed as fol-
lows:
❒ if taking your car through an automat-

ic car wash, remove the aerial from the
roof;

❒ wash the body using a low-pressure jet

of water;

❒ use a sponge to wipe a slightly soapy so-

lution over the bodywork, frequently
rinsing the sponge;

❒ rinse with plenty of water and dry with

a jet of air or a chamois leather.

Take particular care when drying the less
visible parts, such as the door, bonnet and
headlight frames, where water can stagnate
more easily. It is a good idea to leave the
car in the open for a while after washing
it to give time for the water to evaporate.

Do not wash the car after it has been left
in the sun or with the bonnet hot: this may
alter the shine of the paintwork.

Exterior plastic parts must be cleaned in
the same way as the rest of the car.

Where possible, do not park under trees;
the resinous substances that fall off many
species give the paint a dull appearance
and increase the possibility of triggering
rust processes.

IMPORTANT Bird droppings should be
washed off immediately and thoroughly 
as the acid they contain is particularly 
aggressive.

Detergents pollute water. The
vehicle should be washed only
in areas equipped for collect-
ing and purifying the liquids

used in the washing process.

Windows

Use specific detergents to clean the win-
dows. 

Also use clean cloths to avoid scratching
the glass or altering the transparency.

IMPORTANT Wipe the rear window
gently with a cloth in the direction of the
filaments to avoid damaging the heating
device.

Engine compartment

Wash the engine compartment thor-
oughly at the end of every winter. Be care-
ful not to direct the jet of water onto elec-
tronic control units. Adequately protect
the upper air vents to prevent damage to
the windscreen wiper motor. Have this
operation performed at a specialised
workshop.

IMPORTANT Washing should take place
with a cold engine and with the key at
STOP. After the wash, make sure that
the various protective devices (e.g. rubber
caps and guards) have not been removed
or damaged.

Front headlights

IMPORTANT Never use aromatic sub-
stances (e.g. petrol) or ketenes (e.g. ace-
tone) for cleaning the plastic lenses of the
front headlights.

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The fabric upholstery of your
car is designed to withstand
normal wear and tear for
a long time. Some precautions

are however needed. Avoid prolonged
rubbing against clothing accessories,
such as metal buckles, bosses, Velcro
strips and the like, which by applying
a high pressure on the fabric in a small
area could cause the breakage of some
threads and damage the upholstery.

SEATS AND FABRIC PARTS

Remove dust with a soft brush or a vacu-
um cleaner. It is advisable to use a damp
brush on velvet upholstery.

Wipe the seats with a sponge soaked in
a solution of mild detergent and water.

Never use flammable prod-
ucts, such as petroleum

ether or modified petrol, to clean the
inside the car. The electrostatic
charges which are generated by rub-
bing during cleaning may cause a fire. 

WARNING

Do not keep aerosol cans in
the vehicle: these could ex-

plode. Aerosol cans must not be ex-
posed to temperatures exceeding
50 °C. When the vehicle is exposed to
sunlight, the temperature inside can
greatly exceed this value.

WARNING

INTERIOR

Check regularly that water is not trapped
under the mats (due to drops from shoes,
umbrellas, etc.), as this could cause the
sheet metal to rust.

IMPORTANT Never use alcohol- or
petrol-based products to clean the in-
strument panel.

GENUINE LEATHER STEERING
WHEEL/GEAR LEVER KNOB

These components must be cleaned with
mild soap and water only.

Never use spirits and/or alcohol-based
products. 

Before using off-the-shelf products de-
signed for cleaning vehicle interiors, make
sure that they do not contain spirits and/
or alcohol-based substances.

If window cleaner accidentally drips onto
the steering wheel or gear lever knob,
wipe away immediately and then wash the
affected area with mild soap and water.

IMPORTANT When arranging a steering
wheel locking device, be careful not to dam-
age the leather upholstery.

PLASTIC PARTS

It is advisable to clean interior plastic parts
with a damp cloth and a solution of water
and mild, non-abrasive detergent. To re-
move grease and tough stains, use products
designed specifically for cleaning plastics.
These have no solvents and have been de-
signed so that they do not alter the ap-
pearance and colour of the components.

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IDENTIFICATION DATA  .................................................

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ENGINE CODES – BODYWORK VERSIONS .............

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ENGINE ..................................................................................

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FUEL SUPPLY ........................................................................

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TRANSMISSION  ..................................................................

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BRAKES ..................................................................................

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SUSPENSIONS ......................................................................

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STEERING SYSTEM .............................................................

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WHEELS .................................................................................

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PERFORMANCES ................................................................

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DIMENSIONS .......................................................................

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WEIGHTS  ..............................................................................

199

CAPACITIES ..........................................................................

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FLUIDS AND LUBRICANTS .............................................

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FUEL CONSUMPTION ......................................................

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VIN PLATE fig. 1

The plate can be found on the left side of
the boot floor and it bears the following
identification data:

Type-approval number.

Vehicle type code.

Chassis number.

Maximum vehicle weight fully loaded.

Maximum vehicle weight fully loaded

with trailer.

Maximum weight on front axle.

Maximum weight on rear axle.

I

Engine type.

Body version code.

Number for spare parts.

Correct smoke opacity index (for

diesel engines).

IDENTIFICATION DATA

We recommend taking note of the iden-
tification codes. The following identifica-
tion codes are printed and shown on the
plates:
❒ Vehicle identification number (VIN)

plate.

❒ Chassis marking.
❒ Bodywork paint identification plate.
❒ Engine marking.

fig. 1

F0M0368m

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CHASSIS MARKING fig. 3

This is printed on the passenger com-
partment floor, near the right front seat.
❒ car model (ZFA 199000);
❒ chassis number.

ENGINE MARKING

This is printed onto the cylinder block and
shows the type and production serial num-
ber.

BODYWORK PAINT
IDENTIFICATION PLATE fig. 2

This can be found on the external rear
door pillar (left-hand side) and it bears the
following information:

Paint manufacturer.

Colour name.

Fiat colour code.

Colour code for touch-ups or re-

spraying.

fig. 2

F0M0167m

fig. 3

F0M0168m

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ENGINE CODES – BODYWORK VERSIONS

Version

Engine type 

Engine type body version code

code

3 doors

5 doors

4 seats

5 seats(

Õ

)

4 seats

5 seats (

Õ

)

1.2 (EURO 4)

1.2 (EURO 5)

1.2 ECO

1.4 (EURO 4)

1.4 (EURO 5)

1.4 (

Õ) (EURO 4)

1.4 (

Õ) (EURO 5)

1.3 Multijet 75HP
(EURO 4)

1.3 Multijet 75HP
(EURO 5)

1.3 Multijet 70HP (

Õ)

(EURO 4)

1.3 Multijet 85HP 
ECO

(*)  Version with DPF
(

) ECO versions

(

Õ

)  For versions/markets, where provided

(

)  Version with Start&Stop

199A4000

169A4000

169A4000

350A1000

350A1000

199A7000

199A7000

199A2000

199A9000

199B2000

199B4000

199BXA1A 01D

199BXZ1A 51B (

❍)

199BXZ1A 51E (

❍)

199BXB1A 03P

199BXB1A 03R (

❍)

199BXH1A 20D

199BXH1A 20F (

❍)

199BXC1A 05E

199BXC1A 05H (*)

199BXC1A 05G (

❒)

199BXT1A 38D (

❍) (*)

199BXT1A 38H (

❍) (*) (❒)

199BXP1A 30F

199BXY1A 49C

199BXA1A 01C

199BXZ1A 51 (

❍)

199BXZ1A 51D (

❍)

199BXB1A 03C

199BXB1A 03Q (

❍)

199BXH1A 20

199BXH1A 20E (

❍) 

199BXC1A 05

199BXC1A 05C (*)

199BXC1A 05F (

❒)

199BXT1A 38C (

❍) (*)

199BXT1A 38G (

❍) (*) (❒)

199BXP1A 30E

199BXY1A 49B

199AXA1A 00G

199AXZ1A 50B (

❍)

199AXZ1A 50E (

❍)

199AXB1A 02E

199AXB1A 02R (

❍)

199AXH1A 19B

199AXH1A 19F (

❍)

199AXC1A 04C 

199AXC1A 04E (*)

199AXC1A 04G (

❒)

199AXT1A 37D (

❍) (*)

199AXT1A 37H (

❍) (*) (❒)

199AXP1A 29F

199AXY1A 48C

199AXA1A 00F

199AXZ1A 50 (

❍)

199AXZ1A 50D (

❍)

199AXB1A 02D

199AXB1A 02Q (

❍)

199AXH1A 19

199AXH1A 19E  (

❍)

199AXC1A 04

199AXC1A 04D (*)
199AXC1A 04F (

❒)

199AXT1A 37C (

❍) (*)

199AXT1A 37G (

❍) (*) (❒)

199AXP1A 29E

199AXY1A 48B

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ENGINE

INFORMATION

Type code

Cycle

Number and layout of cylinders

Piston bore and stroke 

mm

Total capacity 

cm

3

Compression ratio

Max power (EEC) 

kW

HP

corresponding speed

rpm

Max torque (EEC)

Nm

kgm

corresponding speed 

rpm

Spark plugs

Fuel 

(

Õ

)  For versions/markets, where provided

(*) EURO 5

1.3 Multijet 

199A2000

199B2000 (

Õ

)

199A9000 (*)

Diesel

4 in line

69.6 × 82

1248

17.6:1/16.8:1 (*)

55

75/70 (

Õ

)

4000

190

19.4

1750/1500 (*)

Diesel for 

motor vehicles 

(EN590 

specifications)

1.4 

350A1000

199A7000 (

Õ

)

Otto

4 in line

72 × 84

1368

11.1:1

57

77/75 (

Õ

)

6000

115

11.7

3000

NGK 

ZKR7A-10

Unleaded petrol 

95 RON 

(Specification

EN228)

1.2 (Euro 4)

199A4000

Otto

4 in line

70.8 × 78.86

1242

11.1:1

48
65

5500

102

10.4

3000

NGK 

ZKR7A-10

Unleaded petrol 

95 RON 

(Specification

EN228)

1.3 Multijet
85HP ECO

199B4000

Diesel

4 in line

69.6 x 82

1248

16.8:1

62
85

3500

200

20.4

1500

Diesel for 

motor vehicles 

(EN590 

specifications)

1.2 (Euro 5)

169A4000

Otto

4 in line

70.8 x 78.86

1242

11.1:1

51
69

5500

102

10.4

3000

NGK 

ZKR7A-10

Unleaded petrol 

95 RON 

(Specification

EN228)

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FUEL SUPPLY

1.2 - 1.4

1.3 Multijet

Fuel supply

Multipoint electronic injection 

“Common Rail” Multijet direct injection

Modifications or repairs to the fuel supply system that are not carried out properly or do not take the system’s
technical specifications into account can cause malfunctions leading to the risk of fire.

WARNING

TRANSMISSION

1.2 - 1.4 - 1.3 Multijet

Gearbox

Five forward gears plus reverse with synchronisers

for selecting forward gears

Clutch

Self-adjusting with no free travel

Drive

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BRAKES

1.2 - 1.4 - 1.3 Multijet

Service brakes:

– front

disc (self-ventilating for versions/markets, where provided)

– rear

drum

Parking brake

controlled by hand lever, acting on rear brakes

IMPORTANT Water, ice and salt on the roads may deposit on the brake discs, reducing braking efficiency the first time the brakes
are applied.

STEERING SYSTEM

1.2 - 1.4 - 1.3 Multijet

Type

rack and pinion with electric power steering

Turning circle 
(kerb to kerb)

m

10,9

Independent wheel McPherson-type

Independent wheel McPherson-type 

with anti-roll bar

SUSPENSION

1.2

1.4 - 1.3 Multijet

Front

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Maximum speed index

= up to 160 km/h.

= up to 170 km/h.

= up to 180 km/h.

= up to 190 km/h.

= up to 200 km/h.

= up to 210 km/h.

= up to 240 km/h.

Maximum speed index 
for snow tyres

QM + S = up to 160 km/h.

TM + S = up to 190 km/h.

HM + S = up to 210 km/h.

WHEELS

RIMS AND TYRES

Pressed steel or alloy rims. Tubeless ra-
dial carcass tyres. All approved tyres are
listed in the Log Book.

IMPORTANT In the event of discrepan-
cies between the information provided in
this Owner Handbook and the Log Book,
the latter takes precedence.

For safety when driving, it is essential that
the car is fitted with tyres of the same
make and type on all wheels.

IMPORTANT Do not use inner tubes
with tubeless tyres.

SPARE WHEEL

Pressed steel rim  Tubeless tyre.

WHEEL GEOMETRY

Total front toe-in: 1 ± 1 mm

Total rear toe-in: 1.7 ± 2 mm.

The values refer to the car in running 
order.

fig. 4

F0M0169m

READING TYRE 
MARKINGS fig. 4

Example: 175/65 R 15 84T

175 = Nominal width (S, distance in mm

between sidewalls).

65 = Height/width ratio (H/S) as a per-

centage.

R

= Radial tyre.

15 = Rim diameter in inches (Ø).

84 = Load index.

T

= Maximum speed index.

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READING RIM MARKINGS fig. 4

Example: 6J × 15 ET43 

6

= rim width in inches 1.

J

= rim drop centre outline (side

projection where the tyre bead
rests) 2.

15

= rim nominal diameter in inches

(corresponds to diameter of the
tyre to be fitted) = Ø.

ET43 = wheel camber (distance between

the disc/rim support plane and
the wheel rim centre line).

Load index

70 = 335 kg 

81 = 462 kg 

71 = 345 kg 

82 = 475 kg 

72 = 355 kg 

83 = 487 kg 

73 = 365 kg 

84 = 500 kg 

74 = 375 kg 

85 = 515 kg 

75 = 387 kg 

86 = 530 kg 

76 = 400 kg 

87 = 545 kg 

77 = 412 kg 

88 = 560 kg 

78 = 425 kg 

89 = 580 kg 

79 = 437 kg 

90 = 600 kg 

80 = 450 kg 

91 = 615 kg 

TYRES RIM PROTECTOR fig. 5

fig. 5

F0U0549m

If after-sale tyres with rim
protector are used (fig. 5)

and the car has integral cups fixed (by
springs) to the sheet wheel, DO NOT
fit wheel cups. The use of unsuitable
tyres and wheel cups could cause a
sudden pressure loss of the tyre.

WARNING

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2.2

2.1

2.2

2.2

2.2

2.0

2.2

2.2

2.2

2.1

2.2

2.2

2.2

2.0

2.2

2.2

2.4

2.1

2.5

2.2

2.3

2.1

2.3

2.3

Version

Rims (*)

Tyres

Spare wheel (

ç

)

provided

snow

Rim (*)

Tyre

1.2 (Euro 5) - 1.4 
1.3 Multijet

1.3 Multijet 
85HP ECO 

1.2 ECO

(

▲) OPT Alloy rim

(*)   100 mm wheel stud distance and M12 x 1.5 studs; use only wheels specified for this car.

(

ç

) Depending on the configuration, the spare wheel has a 175/65 R15 84T tyre and a 6J×15''- ET43 rim. In this case the 

175/65 R15 84T tyre has the same specifications as the spare wheel: the information in “Changing a tyre” therefore refers to
the 175/65 R15 84T tyre.

COLD TYRE INFLATION PRESSURE (bar)

Versions

1.2

1.4 1.3 

Multijet

Front Rear

Front Rear

Front  Rear

175/

65 R15 84T

Medium load 
Full load

185/65 R15 88T

Medium load 
Full load

Add +0.3 bar to the prescribed pressure when the tyres are warm. However, recheck that the value is correct with the tyre cold.
With snow tyres, add +0.2 bar to the pressure recommended for standard tyres.
When running at speeds higher than 160 km/h, inflate tyres to full-load pressures.

175/65 R15 84T (M+S)
185/65 R15 88T (M+S)

185/65 R15 88T (M+S)

185/65 R15 88T (M+S)

175/65 R15 84T
185/65 R15 88T

185/65 R15 88T

185/65 R15 88T

6J X 15'' - ET 43

175/65 R15 84T
185/65 R15 88T

185/65 R15 88T

6J X 15'' - ET 43

6J X 15'' - ET 43 (

▲)

6J X 15'' - ET 43 (

▲)

6J X 15'' - ET 43 (

▲)

6J X 15'' - ET 43

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