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    Default Alloy size for Civic

    I want to install alloy wheels to my new ride. Can you please suggest me the correct size.
    If I use 16" alloy wheels, will it effect fuel consumption or suspention?

    I have no previous experience with alloys, so please do guide me a little bit

    Thanks.

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    Salam

    in UAE vti has a 16" wheel.

    Civic here has 195/65 R15.

    So with a 16" wheel you may use 205/50 R16 to keep the difference in overall wheel + tire profile minimal. Also it may have a minor effect on the consumption which may be insignificant. But there will a big improvement in looks.

    Look for something like this, its mighty coooool


    Alloy size for Civic -671957
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    @hsnmz... I appreciate that. Thanks for help

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    bro do tell me wen u decide to get alloys and sell the steel ones.. a friend is interested in buying those.. includin the tyres..

    we'll miss u...

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    @Nabs

    if u can post u'r e-mail, I'll send u an xls file which will give u correct aspects for the sizes.

    anticipating

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    195/65/15 should be changed with 205/55/16

    do tell us the price diff between 4 nut alloys and 5 nut alloys
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    well anyone in here knows the pcd of the new 5 lug civics ???

    i have a set of original stern 5 lug nut rims pcd 114 will it fit the new civic ? any idea on which other cars use the 114 5 nut pcd

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