As a general rule, it is recommended that you only fit wheels and tyres that are listed on the tyre placard or in the owners' handbook. These have been tested and proven for your car.
Sometimes the range of wheels listed by the manufacturer may appear to be limited. While it is recommended that you fit only these wheels, the Transport Authority does not oppose the fitting of wheels outside the range providing they are safe for the vehicle.
Important: The wheel track must not be increased by more than 25mm beyond the maximum specified by the vehicle manufacturer for the particular model.
Important: If you are contemplating fitting non-original axle or suspension components you should seek the guidance of an engineering signatory as an engineering certificate will be required.
An excellent way to differentiate the appearance of your vehicle is to consider fitting a new set of alloys.
There are many different brands, types and styles and JAX has a wide range to suit individual tastes. Whilst making your choice, it will also be necessary to take into consideration the technical aspects of the replacement wheel fitment to ensure maximum safety and to permit compliance with legislation.