I have a friend who has a 306 with 195/50 15" tyres (so I guess relatively low profile).
When loaded with rear passengers, the rear bumper hits the road whenever you turn a sharp corner (there are no rear mud guards - so it isnt the mudguards hitting the ground).
The mechanic (a Pug dealer) claims it's her low profile tyres that is causing the wheel rims to scrape the ground - an obvious lie because there is no damage to the rear wheels (otherwise it betrays his own lack of knowledge)
Is this a common problem among 306s and what could be the problem?
And on another note, why is dealer servicing so bad?