Common questions

What size wheels are GTI?

What size wheels are GTI?

The 2021 Volkswagen GTI has a 18 X 7.5 wheel (rim) size (inches).

How much do stock GTI wheels weigh?

Wheel Weight To help give you a better picture, the stock wheels found your Mk6 GTI weight (without tires): Factory “Detroit” style wheels: 29 pounds each. Factory “Denver” style wheels: 24 pounds each.

How fast is a Golf 5 GTI?

The Volkswagen Golf 5 GTI top speed is 235 Km/h / 146 mph.

Are Golf GTI Mk5 reliable?

Contrary to popular belief, the Mk5 Golf GTI is actually quite a robust and reliable car. However, if they are not maintained properly they can start to develop some seriously expensive problems, so watch out.

What cars use 5×112 bolt pattern?

The 5×112 bolt pattern is mainly associated with Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Volkswagen cars.

What is 5×112 bolt pattern?

5×112 bolt pattern or 5×4. 4 in inches is used on 302 models. Wheels with this bolt pattern are most often used on Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz, Audi, BMW, McLaren, Skoda. These numbers mean that the wheel has 5 lug holes, that form circle between the centers of these holes, and this circle diameter is 112 mm or 4.4″.

What kind of wheels do you get for a VW GTI?

OEM GTI wheels are made from quality materials that will last as long as the original parts. Factory Volkswagen wheels are made to match the trim level of your GTI model. Genuine VW wheels come with a manufacturer’s warranty. All of our OEM Volkswagen parts are wholesale priced to help you save money.

Is there a warranty on a VW Golf wheel?

A Volkswagen Golf wheel will last as long as the original wheel because it’s manufactured to VW standards. Factory wheels come with a manufacturer’s warranty. When you buy your Golf wheels from, you always get wholesale pricing on OEM parts. We also offer fast shipping, so there’s no long wait on OEM parts.

What to expect from used VW Tiguan wheels?

Used wheels will reflect use in various ways depending on the age of the wheel. Some things to expect would be facial scratches, minor curb damage, fading clear coat and/or minor rust or corrosion that will NOT impact wheel performance or safety.

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