What size tires go on a Honda Civic?
2019 Honda Civic Tires Sizes, Speed Ratings, and Inflation
|Trim Level||Tire Size||Inflation in PSI F/R|
|2019 Honda Civic Sport*||235/40R18||35 PSI/33 PSI|
|2019 Honda Civic LX*||215/50R17||32 PSI/32 PSI|
|2019 Honda Civic LX*||215/55R16||32 PSI/32 PSI|
|2019 Honda Civic Touring||235/40R18||33 PSI/32 PSI|
What tires go on a Honda Civic?
What size tires go on a Honda Civic? Most Civics come with either 205/55R16 tires or 215/40R17 tires, depending on the trim level. That said, some of the sportier models come with larger, more aggressive tire sizes, including 235/40R18 tires and even 245/30R20 tires.
Are all Honda Civic tires the same size?
The 2019 Honda Civic has tire sizes including, but not limited to, P215/50HR17, P215/55HR16, P235/40WR18 and P235/40YR18. What is this? See the table below for the tire specifications for all 2019 trims. The 2019 Honda Civic has wheel (rim) sizes of 17 X 7, 16 X 7, 18 X 8 and 20 X 8.5.
How do I know my tire size?
The tire size for your vehicle and wheels can be found in two places:
- Sidewall of your tire.
- Inside frame of the driver side door.
What does oe mean on tires?
OE stands for Original Equipment – the parts that your vehicle was fitted with at the factory.
What size rims fit a 1998 Honda Civic?
Honda Civic 1998 1.6
|185/65R14 85S||5.5Jx14 ET45||2.1 / 2|
|195/55R15 84H||6Jx15 ET45||2.4 / 2.3|
Can I put bigger tires on my car?
If planned or installed incorrectly, up-sized tires may also rub the wheel well, brake calipers, or vehicle frame, potentially wearing down any parts they grind against. At Tires Plus, we generally recommend against up-sizing your vehicle’s tires.
Can you buy OEM tires?
OE tires (sometimes called OEM tires for “Original Equipment Manufacturer”) are those tires that are specified by the vehicle manufacturer and are initially fitted to the vehicle when new.
Do bigger rims affect speed?
Speed. A large diameter wheel means that the speed of the vehicle will be compromised. The reason is that a larger diameter wheel means that the tire will be heavier. Hence, the speed will be compromised during acceleration.