Got to say that I like the look, but not certain as to the year of the wheels, but I'm going to guess '14-'16 19"x8" 41mm and an A code wheel --- @ $100 each -- (Can't believe THAT cheap). The wheel will move out @ 22mm, 7/8" and the OEM tire size on the Cadenza 245/40-19 @ the same diameter as the 215/55-17 on the EX.
Don't know wheter I could stand the tire size/stiffness on our Turbo as the car rides like a truck, actually most trucks offer a better ride, maybe like a covered wagon would be a better example.
So If I'm -- 235 x 45x R18 -- on the '16 SXL, = OK ??/ NO? & best educated Guess on the Ride and Speedometer impacts If OK?Personally I'd prefer to mount a 235/40-19 tire if going 19s on the Optima since its circumference (82.9") is much closer to that of the 215/55-17 (and OEM Optima 18" 235/45-18--both 82.7") than a 245/40-19 would be (83.9"). Sure the 245/40-19 may give you a wee bit more road "cushion" compared to the 235/40-19 due to the slightly-larger sidewall, but at the expense of a slightly more inaccurate speedometer reading.
Thanks, T...... The '16's aren't the 20-Spoke look but I see some 15's with 'em. Good quality appears to be 175-200 Ea and some damage can be $125.
Put in 2014 and there's quite of few A code wheels $100/$105Thanks, T...... The '16's aren't the 20-Spoke look but I see some 15's with 'em. Good quality appears to be 175-200 Ea and some damage can be $125.
Will pursue with some local help but don't expect an easy acquisition.
Not to beat a dead horse, but it would be expected that the speedo would be dead on since the overall circumference of each of those two tires are within a tenth of an inch of each other (84" for the 225/55-17, 83.9" for the 245/40-19); however, I believe the 225/55-17 isn't the OEM 17" size so its circumference is 1.3" more than OEM 215-55/17--meaning, on paper the speedo on your car should be off by a smidgeon, but perhaps in real life the difference may not be visually noticeable on your speedo gauge--that, or else you had the wheel sensor adjusted to compensate for the use of the slightly-larger 17" tire size you used (vs. OEM 17" tire size).I use 225/55-17 and the diameter looks great, as said before, same size as the 245/40-19 and actually the speedo is dead on.
Yes, I'd like to see that KIA Wheels Store, I have a few items I'd like to have.So If I'm -- 235 x 45x R18 -- on the '16 SXL, = OK ??/ NO? & best educated Guess on the Ride and Speedometer impacts If OK?
IF Not a typo, $100 ea would be purchased Where? Would love to get them ..........