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2018 Suzuki Every Wagon Wheel fitment guide Find out what wheels and tires fit 2018 Suzuki Every Wagon

Please select the 2018 Suzuki Every Wagon vehicle modifications below and check tables to get wheel size, tire size, bolt pattern (PCD), rim offset and other wheel fitment parameters. If necessary, you can filter them by sales distribution region.

Suzuki Every Wagon IV (DA17) [2015 .. 2025]

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2018 Suzuki Every Wagon IV (DA17) [2015 .. 2025] - Modifications

Suzuki Every Wagon IV (DA17) [2015 .. 2025] 660T (ABA-DA17W)

63 hp
  • Model Code / Japan : ABA-DA17W
  • Generation: IV (DA17) [2015 .. 2025] [JDM]
  • Production: [2015 .. 2020]
  • Sales regions: Japan
  • Power: 63 hp | 47 kW | 64 PS
  • Engine: 0.66 L, , Petrol
  • Center Bore / Hub Bore:
  • Bolt Pattern (PCD):
  • Wheel Fasteners: Lug nuts
  • Thread Size:
  • Wheel Tightening Torque:
Tire   Rim   Offset Range mm Backspacing mm inches Tire Weight kg lb Tire Pressure (front / rear) bar psi
OE 155/70R13 75S 4.5Bx13 ET50 48 - 52 120 4.72 6.2 13.6 2.2 32
OE 165/60R14 75H 4.5Jx14 ET50 48 - 52 120 4.72 6.5 14.3 2.0 29
LT145/80R12 80/78N 6PR 4Bx12 ET45 43 - 47 108 4.25 6.1 13.4 2.4 35
165/55R15 75V 4.5Jx15 ET50 120 4.72 6.5 14.3 2.2 32

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Tire Glossary
Tire terms you can see on this page

The size of the hole in the center of a wheel is known as the center bore or centerbore.

- Recommended for winter
- Run-flat tires
- Link comes to the calculator page for comparison
- Steel wheels
OE - Original Equipment
- Tire Pressure
- Front axle
- Rear axle

Offset is the distance in millimetres from the centre line of the wheel to the wheel’s mounting face. Given that the mounting face can be either in front of or behind the centreline, the offset can be either neutral, positive or negative.

The Pitch Circle Diameter (PCD) is the diameter of the circle which passes through the centre of all the studs, wheel bolts or wheel rim holes

hp - Mechanical horsepower
kW - Kilowatts
PS - Metric horsepower

Wheel backspace is the distance from a wheel's mounting surface to the back edge of the wheel.

Tire pressure is a vehicle's recommended cold tire inflation pressure. It is measured in bars or PSI (pounds per square inch).

A sales region is a global automotive region in which a vehicle was officially sold or is still being sold.

Ex.: 7J x 15 Rim width (inches) x rim diameter (inches)

ISO standard Ex.: M12 x 1.25 Nominal diameter (mm) x pitch (mm)

UN-series Ex.: 9/16" - 18 UNF Thread size (in) - thread pitch
UNF - Unified National Fine Thread

Example: 215/55 R16 91 T

215 is the tire width in mm
55 is the ratio of profile height to width or simply 'profile'. With the same width, the larger this indicator, the higher the tire will be and vice versa
16 - diameter of the wheel (disk) in inches. (It is the diameter, not the radius!). This is the inner size of the tire or the outer size of the rim
91 - load index. This is the level of maximum permissible load on one wheel
T - tire speed index

The method of attaching a wheel to a hub: wheel nuts or wheel bolts

The torque value specified by the manufacturer for wheel bolts or wheel nuts, which is to be set when tightening on the torque tool (torque setting). A rotational force given in Newton metres (Nm) or foot-pounds (ft-lbs), wheel torque measures lug nut / bolts tightness

Ply rating denotes tire strength and load capacity, based on its layer count.
Load Range
Max. Load Pressure

The tires included with a new vehicle when it is purchased. OE tires are specifically chosen by the vehicle manufacturer to make the most of the vehicle's performance characteristics.

Load Index represents the maximum load a tire can carry, while Speed Rating indicates the maximum safe speed.
Load Index
Speed Rating
Max Speed