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Just wondering if the stock 15" wheels from a 2012 will fit in place of a 2014 16" wheel. not sure if bolt pattern is the same or if it will clear the brake caliper if any changes were made from model years. I totaled My 2012 SE when I impacted a large Ohio deer a couple weeks ago at 70mph and I have a set of snow tires that are 15's and would like to use them on the 2014 SE w/sport pkg that I am replacing it with.
 

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I specifically go with 15 for my snows, gives you a thinner but longer contact patch which can help in traction, they are normally cheaper too.
 

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Thanks, that is my plan just need to find some steel wheels to put them on.


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Ins totaled it with $7647 damage but it was a previous flood salvage car when I bought it. Then they give me $8152 to replace it????


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That's actually a pretty decent amount of money, probably not what you had in it, but enough to get you started on a new car.

Cheapest new steel wheels are Unique brand from tirerack at $53 each, just bought a set for my car with Winterforce tires.
 
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