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Seems to me that the HR-V could do with a 19-20" to fill those arches, not liking the toy size wheels on most models.
Any thoughts on what rims would look good? Say on silver or white body. I quite like the Helco rims (Volvo) for looks but maybe an all black rim?
 

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that wheel looks horrible.
it might be cheap or cheaper than most consider the brand, style and more but i rather stay stock than get those.
 

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Why do you hate those wheels so much? I don't think that they are over the top or anything. I can understand not liking them but I'm surprised that you really hate them. I like them better than the stock wheels that are on the HRV in the banner.
 

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Rather spend my money on used 5-10 year old volk/work/rays wheels than those :D

Speaking about wheels, it just might be time to start talking about what wheel we want on our HR-V's :D
 

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I believe the correct word is 'Blade' as that's what wheels they used to have with a similar styled were called back in the 90's
 

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What standard rims comes with the HR-V? And why not put bigger tires instead of rims to fill the gap? Maybe 16'' rims with 30 - 32'' tires?
 

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What standard rims comes with the HR-V? And why not put bigger tires instead of rims to fill the gap? Maybe 16'' rims with 30 - 32'' tires?
one must know that changing the original circumference of the tyre will effect the odometer and also the comfort of the ride.

the tyre profile play the roles of the comfort and stability of the ride when taking sharp corner or sudden lane change ...

it is also advice able to study the road condition of each location ...

Over here ... we have many uneven tarmac and potholes ... 45series is the maximum profile after surveying and talking to many tyre shop professional here ...

though running on 22in with 25profile sure looks cool as **** ! but with that ... the car would be spending it's time in the garage and autoshow only ...

in my humble opinion...
 

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one must know that changing the original circumference of the tyre will effect the odometer and also the comfort of the ride.

the tyre profile play the roles of the comfort and stability of the ride when taking sharp corner or sudden lane change ...

it is also advice able to study the road condition of each location ...

Over here ... we have many uneven tarmac and potholes ... 45series is the maximum profile after surveying and talking to many tyre shop professional here ...

though running on 22in with 25profile sure looks cool as **** ! but with that ... the car would be spending it's time in the garage and autoshow only ...

in my humble opinion...
That's the point I'm trying to make. Bigger tires rather than bigger rims..which means handling potholes and curves wouldn't be an issue. Plus a good driver will be aware of his tire/wheel selection and know how to deal with it on the road.
 
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