P205/60HR16 and P215/45WR18 are the tire sizes available for the 2020 Nissan Sentra. Wheel (rim) sizes for the 2020 Nissan Sentra are 16 x 6.5 and 18 x 7.5 inches.

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## What size tires will fit my Nissan Sentra 2008?

The Nissan Sentra can come with a wide variety of OE tire sizes, including: 205/55R16 tires, depending on its year model and trim level. Tire size 205/60R16. Tire size: 205/50R17

## What is the price of a Nissan Sentra tire?

Depending on the type and size of tire you buy, tire costs can vary significantly. 2021 Nissan Sentra tires typically cost $150 to $350 per tire, however high-performance tires can cost well over $500 per tire.

## A Nissan Sentra can fit what size wheels?

Size of 2020 Nissan Sentra tires P205/60HR16 and P215/45WR18 are the tire sizes available for the 2020 Nissan Sentra. Wheel (rim) sizes for the 2020 Nissan Sentra are 16 x 6.5 and 18 x 7.5 inches.

## What is the Nissan Sentra’s bolt pattern for 2015?

The bolt pattern on the 2015 Nissan Sentra S is 5-114.3 mm. This indicates that there are 5 lugs and that the circumference of the circle formed by the lugs is 114.3 mm, or 4.5 inches.

You should measure from the center of one lug to the outer edge of the lug farthest from it in order to obtain an accurate measurement of your five lug bolt pattern without the use of a bolt pattern tool.

## How should tires be sized?

- The first three digits of a tire size represent the width from sidewall to sidewall in millimeters.
- The breadth of a tire with a 255/60 R16 tire size is 255 millimeters.
- The aspect ratio, which compares the tire’s cross-section to its width, is represented by the two-digit figure following the slash.
- The 60 indicates that the height is 60% of the tire’s width in the case of a tire size of 255/60 R16. The sidewall of the tire will be larger the larger the aspect ratio.
- The construction of the tire is situated between the aspect ratio and the rim diameter.
- The “R” in 255/60 R16 tires refers for “radial,” which signifies that the tire’s layers run across it in a straight line.
- If your tires are marked with a “B” rather than a “R,” this signifies that the tire’s layers run diagonally across the tire.
- The wheel size, which is shown below “Construction,” is measured from one end of the wheel to the other and indicates the size of the wheel/rim that the tire is meant to fit.
- The 16 indicates that the wheel has a 16″ diameter if the tire size is 255/60 R16.
- Each tire is given a specific number that corresponds to the maximum weight that the tire can support when it is inflated in order to support the weight of the vehicle.
- If your tire size is 255/60 R16/82S, it has a load rating/index of 82, which equals 1,047 pounds of load.
- A tire with a high tire load index rating has a higher load carrying capacity.
- The tire won’t be able to support the weight of the vehicle if you get one with a lower load index than what is advised for your car.
- The maximum speed at which your tire was designed to function is indicated by its tire speed rating.
- Although the speed rating listed the tire’s highest speed capabilities, especially on rough roads, this number does not necessarily mean that the tire can be driven at its top speed safely.
- The “S” designates that the tire may travel at a maximum speed of 112 mph if its size is 255/60 R16/82.

## How can I tell which wheels fit my car?

The two simplest methods are to look at your car’s sticker plate, which should be inside the driver-side door, or to search online for the precise make and model of your car’s characteristics. That should indicate the typical rim size.