Winter tire for ford focus 2007 vs Hyundai elentra 2005

Asked by Dec 05, 2015 at 02:18 PM about the Ford Focus

Question type: General

Someone is selling winter tire size 195/60R 15 88H that was mounted in
Hyundai Elentra 2005 Sedan. Is it going to fit my Ford Focus SE car?

Thnaks

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110,505

What size tire do you have now?

845

The rims won't fit if that is what u r asking how ever if u have 15 inch rims the tires them self's should fit ur rims. The last number on tires will be the rim size for example a tire that reads p205/75r/15 means that the tire goes on a 15 inch rim

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294,055

I'm assuming your running 195/60 R15's on your car as they were stock on most Focus's in 2007. So you should be good if you just swap the tires onto your rims.

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