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Totally agree with the previous posts about absolutely needing a spare wheel rather than the foam. Fortunately I ordered mine with the spare wheel, although still think it is tight of Renault to not actually put it on every G.Scenic.
Whilst researching my Grand Scenic purchase, I came across the following Spanish web site. With the help of Babel Fish translation, it has a wealth of stuff on the Scenic.
Club del Renault Scenic2
If you choose option 2 under Mecanica, you will download a Powerpoint document outlining all of the Renault part numbers, photos and details to retro fit the spare wheel. it is costly if you convert Euros to Pounds, but it does give you detail that might help.
Hope this is helpful.
Currently in rencar12's garage:
2006 Renault Grand Scenic Privilege 2.0 Auto (Xenons, ESP, Cruise, Climate, Heated Seats, Rear Park Sensors, Cabasse) in Gunmetal