I would suggest to stick to oem rim size. For tyres , u can put 205 or 195 yokos, u will enjoy ur ride
Exactly, size should be 195 or 205 but you can use any make like yoko/dunlop or any other brand
Tried dunlop also but yokos and continental feels better in my opinion
i would not suggest changing rim size unless it is lowered.. I just changed tyres to 205/65/15 on grande and its looks, drives and feels just fine!!
I also did same in my Grande & i will not recommend change of rim size
Just came back from tyre shop.205 65.....decibles........cousns new grande...i think gap in fenders is enough that my younger son can take a nap inside great car overall though
Old tyres got adjusted for 18k.paid diff of 15.5k.....
sometimes i feel as the new model are approaching, both corolla and civic try to become bulkier and idiotic interms of height and shape maybe in 2050 corolla and civic will get pregnant and suzuki will produce their illegal babies.
Your wife will throw you out of the home if you try to put your kid in that gap. You've been warned !