I just bought a 2010 Civic for my son. It has the 15 inch steel wheels and wheel covers. He wants to upgrade these to 16 or 17 inch mag wheels. Question which of these will and what installation issue

Asked by Feb 23, 2017 at 06:49 PM about the 2010 Honda Civic DX

Question type: Car Customization

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I think that's the largest you can go without lifting the car with aur bags. You don't the wheels will rub....

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The DX came with 15" 195/65-15's. You can go 16" or 17" rims. Stick with OEM wheels for the civic coupe or similar. You'll want tires sizes as listed....205/55-16 or 215/45-17

I have a similar question. I have a 2016 civic LX with steel wheels. They are 16x7 +45 offset. I was looking to buy wheels off a Acura TLX, which is 18x7.5 +50 offset. Will that be compatible?

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