Only Flatbed Towing During Roadside Emergency
If you need to have your vehicle towed, contact your roadside assistance center or a professional towing service.
We recommend that your vehicle be towed with flatbed equipment only. When towing with a flatbed, race ramps or wood ramps must be used when loading or unloading your vehicle. Wheel baskets are required when flatbed towing.
Your vehicle comes with a front recovery hook to assist in vehicle recovery situations.  See   Towing Points
Perform the following when towing your vehicle:
Note:   Do not use the Stay in Neutral Mode for towing.
Note:   Do not tow with a slingbelt or wheel lift equipment.
Note:   If the vehicle is towed incorrectly or by any other means, vehicle damage may occur.
Preferred Flatbed Method
Vehicle Transporting
ASeven degrees maximum.
BTow vehicle ramp.
CRace ramps.
D30 inches (76 centimeters) minimum.
E70 inches (178 centimeters) minimum.
Use race ramps to load the vehicle.
The diagram illustrates the maximum ramp angle allowable to load your vehicle on a flatbed. Vehicle damage may occur with greater angles.
Ramps must be used to achieve appropriate undercarriage clearances.
Alternate Flatbed Method
Vehicle Transporting
ATow vehicle ramp.
BWooden ramp.
Use 2 inch x 8 inch x 8 foot wooden ramps to load the vehicle.
The diagram illustrates the maximum ramp angle allowable to load your vehicle on a flatbed. Vehicle damage may occur with greater angles.
Blocks must be used to achieve appropriate undercarriage clearances.
Transporting or Trailering (If Equipped with Carbon Fiber Track Pack)
Due to low ground clearance, your vehicle is transported from the assembly plant to the dealer with front and rear suspension spacers installed. These are removed by the dealer prior to customer delivery and are provided with the vehicle. If you plan to transport or trailer your vehicle and need additional clearance, the spacers may be reinstalled for additional underbody clearance.
Note:   Suspension spacers must be removed before driving your vehicle. Failure to remove the spacers may cause damage to suspension components and degrade vehicle performance.
Note:   It is only possible for you to install or remove the suspension spacers while the vehicle is raised in the air.
Spring Spacer
Front Suspension
Insert the top of the spring spacer onto the spring first, then snap the bottom of the spacer into place.
Rear Suspension
  1. Slide the shock absorber dust boot down by hand so you can access the shock rod.
Rear Spacer Opened
  1. Snap open one side of the spacer while leaving the other side hinged.
  1. Place the spacer around the shock absorber so that the shock rod rests in the middle groove of the spacer.
Note:   Use the fins on the outside of the spacer for alignment. Place the angles on the fins at the top.
  1. Close the spacer around the shock rod until you hear it snap, then slide the shock absorber dust boot back up into place.