Recommendations for Suzuki SX4

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Hello my fellow brothers....i would like to seek for your advice on my latest edition..Suzuki SX4....what is the best (in terms of appearance/weight/size) of Rims and tyres for my SX4? Let's say i'm just going for the sporty & elegant appearance....i just want to know the right size & rims type so that it will sporty.....

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Hello my fellow brothers....i would like to seek for your advice on my latest edition..Suzuki SX4....what is the best (in terms of appearance/weight/size) of Rims and tyres for my SX4? Let's say i'm just going for the sporty & elegant appearance....i just want to know the right size & rims type so that it will sporty.....

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What is your original tyre size?
 

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Can change to 225/50R17 with 17x8jj rims.
That is the closest size to change to which is 0.67% bigger in overall diameter, but I am only afraid it is too heavy for an SX4 power. Width increase in 20mm and diameter also bigger.
Probably 215/50R17 may be a better choice. This is 0.86% smaller in overall diameter and with 10mm increase in width only....
 

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Oic...thanks for the suggestion guys...i will look into these sizes to see which one suits better and looks nicer...thanks

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That is the closest size to change to which is 0.67% bigger in overall diameter, but I am only afraid it is too heavy for an SX4 power. Width increase in 20mm and diameter also bigger.
Probably 215/50R17 may be a better choice. This is 0.86% smaller in overall diameter and with 10mm increase in width only....
Yes 215/50/17 with 17x7.5jj maybe a better choice, slightly smaller but just the fender gap will increase just a bit, maybe not really noticeable. Maybe lower the car a bit with sport springs? :biggrin:
However in any case, best to buy lightweight rims not exceeding 8kg per piece for 17'.
 

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Oic...thanks for the suggestion guys...i will look into these sizes to see which one suits better and looks nicer...thanks

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Looks nicer maybe 225/50 because like bro. 6UE5t mentioned less fender wheel gap....lol

Only worried you will say car no more power.....hhahahhahah:biggrin:
 

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