what's the best rims for vios 07 1.5g

gudboi182

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ENKEI PF01 / PF02 / SC03

they have all the same prices here in japan so i can't decide what to choose.

PF01 - SILVER and BLACK , only available

PF02 - SILVER - only available

SC03 - MMB,SBC,SILVER - only available

what inches is the best one ? my stock got only 15'' and i'm willing to buy tires to it

also tell me the best tire size for 15'' 16'' 17'' rims

also what brand is the best tire for you.
 

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Enkei RPF1 hands down...tyres.. 15" ar.. Advan Neova AD08 if you are hardcore.. otherwise Michelin PS3 is pretty good
 

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My 2 cts worth..

I wont touch on tyre models/brands .. heck.. I wont go into rims size either but I d let u know on going 'bigger' rims would do..
As you go bigger, you'd need lower profile tires , so comfort goes out de window..
Also there is de question on whether you tend to lower your ride.. if so , again comfort suffers..
If u want sumtin in between, I d go for a 16incher wif a slightly lower profile tire than stock.. fuel consumption / comfort would suffer a bit, but you'd get better grip in de dry for sure plus de feel good bling factor..

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tnx for answering guys also what size is the best one the wider or the narrower ?

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also rpf1 is not in the list its only enkei pf01 pf02 and sc03, but il try to find a size of it for my car lol
 

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Choosing rims are very personal. I may like this and you that, so since you are the owner, go for what you want. Match the rims to the car and see if it matches. Different rims gives your car different looks. A rim that looks nice may not match the car as a rim that is not so nice looking....
Up sizing the rims, you have bring down the profile. Calculate the overall diameter and keep then within 3% difference. Check your offset, to make sure it does not scrap your wheel fender etc. , and so on...