LS400 has 225/60R16 wheels.
RAV4 has 235/55R18 wheels.
Can I move the wheels off the LS400 to the RAV4? The bolt patterns and center bores are identical.
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Based on the link information, the one piece of important data that is missing is the ET figure, also known as rim offset. According to those charts, the ET45 figure is the same for both rims.
If you are comfortable with fender clearance, which is likely considering it's an SUV, you should have no complications with moving the LS400 wheels to the Rav4.
If the LS400 rims are heavier weight, you may notice a difference in handling and suspension.
You should test fit and see if there is still enough clearance and that noting scrapes when you go over bumps.
Apparently the minimum rim size the 2013 RAV4 was sold with was 17" so you could get into trouble with clearance from the Brake calipers!
The new tires are also smaller on the outside, 4 cm in diameter, so your car will ride 2 cm lower. Also, your car will show a ~6% higher driving speed than before. You can use one of these online-calculators to see if there is a better fit tire to minimize the difference. Like this on
Also be aware that in some jurisdictions you need to have a technical inspection or certificate for the rim and car that you want to combine.