only really useful if you need a spare wheel. i bought the wheel and raised floor as an accessory, dont like the idea of a tube of tyre sealant... also gives you space for jump leads, can of screenwash etc.
It may be useful for some, if you tend to carry longer items that makes putting it through the folded down rear seats and pushing the item through with less of a lip to clear, between boot and rear seats. Even with the normal boot floor, there is still some space to put some small items under the cover, but it's more of a faff to do that, as I have to lift the entire cover, and I usually alreayd hae stuff there. Much easier with this raised boot floor as you can just raise it half way and can even hook bags...whether it's worth the extra depends on how often and what you use the boot for.
my previous car was a vauxhall insignia, so really miss the boot space on occasions, having said, the raised floor actually works well, ive got all my junk under it, coat, jumpleads, tyre inflator, 1st aidkit, oil, water, ratchet straps, hi vis jacket, spade, obviously spare wheel and the towbar hook. open the boot, all looks mint
oh, i sprayed the 4 load hooks in the boot matt black, looked daft with half factory finished red/primer
Hi I got a temp spare wheel and foam with jack and brace to replace the gel pack and compressor from a breaker wheel a bit fiddly to fit as it has to slide towards the rear and under the rear trim. floor carpet fits like it did with the gel kit no hump in the floor so just use a cargo net to hold the junk in place ok it doesn't look tidy, but since I paid £100 for the wheel i don't see the reason to pay another for the floating floor