Will factory 2016 Toyota Corolla "S" 17" wheels and tires fit a 2014 Scion Xd without rubbing? Both have the same 5x100 bolt pattern. Is one wider than the other? Will they rub? Speedometer will be off a little?

  • What are tire sizes for the corrola and the scion? Commented Jan 15, 2016 at 7:55
  • My scion has 195/60/16s and the new corolla has 215/45/17
    – user14325
    Commented Jan 15, 2016 at 7:59
  • tiresize.com/calculator shows the new tire to be about .5" smaller diameter, but about .8" wider. I would think backspacing would be approximately the same.
    – rpmerf
    Commented Jan 15, 2016 at 11:48
  • Ok so they should be relatively close to factory scion specs then correct?
    – user14325
    Commented Jan 15, 2016 at 12:19

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According to the tire size calculator rpmerf linked to, the corolla setup will be about 2.4% smaller.

What this mean?

Your speedo will read 2.4% faster than it would on your stock tire. For exemple if the speedo read 100km/h you will be going 97.6km/h in reality.

Will it fit

Most likly yes it will fit. Since your car could come with tires up to 235mm width from factory. But this of course depend of the offset of the wheel but since toyota and scion are pretty mutch the same brand it should be quite close.

What would be the stock tire dimension in 17"?

Your car model came with the following tire size in 17" : 205/50R17 and 215/50R17 according to this site. It would be best to replace to those dimension once the tires would need replacement.

In conclusion

They most likly fit, to be sure we would need the offset of the new wheel to be sure. The tire won't be an OEM size but when they would be worn off you should replace them with the good dimension.

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