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Wheels and tyres

Good day ladies and gents.
Hope its all going well.
I have a rather puzzling question. Ive been told the wheels on my 2015 Fiat Panda 1.2 pop is of 4x98 pcd... and i see that the size of OEM wheels are 14 inches etc.
Now, I am looking into getting aftermarket wheels for this vehicle, what is the biggest and widest i can go possible without it looking wrong? and also can I use "wobble nuts" to make the choices of wheels a little easier (4x100 PCD) as an example.
Any and all help will be great.
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Good day ladies and gents.
Hope its all going well.
I have a rather puzzling question. Ive been told the wheels on my 2015 Fiat Panda 1.2 pop is of 4x98 pcd... and i see that the size of OEM wheels are 14 inches etc.
Now, I am looking into getting aftermarket wheels for this vehicle, what is the biggest and widest i can go possible without it looking wrong? and also can I use "wobble nuts" to make the choices of wheels a little easier (4x100 PCD) as an example.
Any and all help will be great.
The holey trinity of wheel measurements are:

1. PCD = 98mm
2. Centre Bore = 58.1mm
3. Offset = varies

You could use PCD100 (Punto Grande) wheels with wobble bolts as long as the centre bore is the same, though I personally wouldn't.

Size and width of wheel will depend on the tyre. A few people on here have fitted 17 inch wheels. The standard 15 inch alloys are a good compromise of comfort/handling though.
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Re: Wheels and tyres

Offset always relates to width.

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Re: Wheels and tyres

All 7Jx16" and 7Jx17" Fiat Bravo (steel/Alloy) wheels fit the Panda.
With 205/45R16" tires or 205/40R17" tires.
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Re: Wheels and tyres

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All 7Jx16" and 7Jx17" Fiat Bravo (steel/Alloy) wheels fit the Panda.
With 205/45R16" tires or 205/40R17" tires.
... and you'll not get a more experienced or highly qualified answer about wheels and tyres from anyone else on the planet
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