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Will be getting winter tire and rims tommorow at the dealership, but don't like 16"steelies....

Found this online for $800 CND.

Is this worth buying and will it fit the 2017 Elantra Sport?

Wheel size 17x8, Bolt Pattern 5x144, Center Bore 60.1(I'll have to measure to confirm), Lug size(shouldn't matter) and Offset 45mm.


They are off a 2006 Lexus IS250,

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To make those wheels work you’d need to add a custom spacer which is hub centric to the car and then reduces to fit the wheel. It would have to be of considerable thickness too, then you’d need longer studs and +45 would poke too much.

The short answer is no they won’t work.
 

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Thanks guys for the quick replies. Looks like my only option is to go with 16' steelies with 225/45r17 Blizzak WS80 since there's no 17's available....
I'm curious as to how it rides compared to the stock wheels and tires.
Winter package is $1,245 including mount, balance, steelies and nitrogen filled.
 

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Thanks guys for the quick replies. Looks like my only option is to go with 16' steelies with 225/45r17 Blizzak WS80 since there's no 17's available....
I'm curious as to how it rides compared to the stock wheels and tires.
Winter package is $1,245 including mount, balance, steelies and nitrogen filled.
I use 205/60/16 walmart winters(actually really like them) on steelies for winter, from my previous 2011 Elantra. Ride is a bit more compliant with more sidewall on a much softer tire, doesn't handle as well obviously, and about the same road noise too.

Pic from last year:
 

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