Yes, don't you just love autocorrect on phones, although nowhere near as bad as when I was a sysop for Adobe Photoshop when they had their online forums on Compuserve.Darn Predictive text 'Towbar'
Yes, it could be removed. My point on the warranty is that it’s not a tow bar for towing. It’s for a bike carrier. They allow it in Europe so why not uk. They would have to show to prove any issue was a direct result of having this installed. So unless it was the drive train I doubt it would be possible. Of course if it was the drivetrain And I was using it at the time I’d have to take that on the chin. But I’m not travelling long distance. Just a few miles and back. So as I own the car it’s my risk to take. But it can be removed at a later date. Also, I have covered the hole underneath with a piece of hard plastic floor mat to make it less noticeable when not in use if on a mean is garage jack’s etc. Just cut to size and slotted in.Ah I get it now, you have to ignore the hourglass in the build year, and click on the "search towbar" button, then you get the result.
@Malc you mentioned about warranty above. do you know what the implications are to the warranty of having this installed ? Can it be cleanly removed without leaving any trace, should you want to sell the car?
Hi Marc, where did you buy from and who did the fitting? Also why did you opt for 7pin vs. 13?Just had mine fitted. I own the car so accept any impact on warranty etc, but it is not for towing and only fits bike carriers. 75kg limit. £499 fitted with 7pin electrics. It is detachable and all hidden when removed.