5×4.5 Bolt Pattern In mm, What Cars/Wheels Have?

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By Robert Herrera

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Some owners may miss the importance of bolt patterns since these tiny details require little maintenance. However, they play an important role when you mount a wheel to the car. 

They determine wheel fitment to ensure safe operation after tire assembly or rim replacement. Newbies may struggle to understand this spec as it includes many different dimensions. If you are new to it, start with wheels with the 5×114.3 bolt pattern – one of the most popular options in today’s market.

What Is A 5×4.5 Bolt Pattern?

The 5×4.5 or 5×114.3 wheel bolt pattern means 5 lug holes forming an imaginary circle of 4.5 inches or 114.3 mm in diameter. This diameter is the distance between the center point of one hole to the back of the opposite.

5x4.5 lug bolt pattern

The originator of the 5-lug wheels was Ford in the 1950s. The manufacturer has released this design and many models, such as Ford Mustangs, Fairlane, etc. This feature quickly became an industry trend, which is known as the “small Ford” pattern.

5 lug measurement

For anyone who does not understand this concept, the bolt pattern often appears in a specific format: the number of wheel studs x the distance between opposite lugs. It is easy to count the first figure, but the second is harder. You must measure from the true center of a random bolt to the outer edge of the furthest one.

So if you find 5 lugs opening and the result shows 4.5 inches, your wheel features a 5×4.5 bolt pattern. Plus, there is another synonym for the 5×4.5 bolt pattern in mm – 5×114.3 wheels

In fact, these two measurements have the same meaning, and the change of the pitch circle diameter is just the conversion from inches to millimeters.

What Cars Have 5×4.5 Bolt Pattern Wheels?

It is easy to find cars with 5×114.3 bolt patterns, such as Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Fiat, Honda, Hyundai, Nissan, Toyota, Jeep, Ferrari, Lexus, Subaru, Renault, Kia, Maserati, Infiniti, Mazda, and even Tesla.

AcuraCDX, CL Type-S, CL, ILX, CSX, Integra Type-R, Integra, Legend, NSX, RSX, MDX, RDX, RL, TL, TLX, TLX-L, TSX
Aston MartinBulldog, DBS, DB9, Virage, V12 Vantage
BaicBJ20, MZ45, M60
BYDAtto 3, F7, F6, F5, G6, G5, Qin, Qin Pro, Qin Plus, Sirui, Yuan EV, Yuan, e5
Baojun730, 560, 530, RS-5, RC-6
ChanganA800, CS55 Plus, CS55, CS75 Plus, CS75, CS95, CS85, Coupe, Eado ET, Eado, Eado Plus, Eado EV, Eado XT, Linmax, UNI-T, UNI-K, UNI-V
ChevroletCity Express, Captiva
CheryJ11, Grand Tiggo, Tiggo 3, Tiggo, Tiggo FL
Chrysler200, 300M, Grand Voyager, LHS, Concorde, LeBaron, Newport, New Yorker, Sebring, Saratoga, Voyager, Town & Country
CitroënC4 Aircross, C-Crosser
DaewooLeganza, Arcadia
DaihatsuBe-Go, Altis, Gran Max, Delta Wagon, Mebius, Luxio, Terios Kid, Terios
DodgeAvenger,  Caravan, Caliber SRT, Caliber, Challenger,  Grand Caravan, Charger, Dakota, D150, Intrepid, Nitro, Monaco, Stealth, Royal Monaco, Stratus
DongfengAeolus E70, Sokon 32S, Sokon C31, Sokon C52L, Glory E380, Forthing CM7, Gelora, Ruichi EC31, Forthing Lingzhi M5, Fengdu MX6, Forthing Joyear X3, Succe, Yumsun
EagleVision, Talon, Wagon
FAWHongqi H5, Bestune B50, Jumpai A70E, Sirius R7, Senia R9
FAW MazdaAtenza, M6, CX-4, Mazda 6
Faw ToyotaAvalon, Crown, Corolla, Izoa, Reiz, RAV4
Ferrari296 GTS, 296 GTB, 458 Italia, 458 Spider, 458 Speciale, 488 GTB, 599 GTB Fiorano, 488 Pista, 612 Scaglietti, California, 812 Superfast, F12 Berlinetta, Daytona SP3, F8 Tributo, GTC4 Lusso, FF, Monza SP1, Roma, Portofino, SF90 Stradale
FiatTalento, Sedici
FordBronco II, Aerostar, Crown Victoria, Escape, Edge, Explorer, Fairlane, F-100, Fairmont, Five Hundred, Falcon, Flex, Freestyle, Freestar, Fusion, Galaxie 500, GT, Gran Torino, Laser, Mustang, Maverick, Ranger, Probe, Taurus,  Thunderbird, Territory
GAC HondaAvancier, Accord, Breeze, Crider, CR-Z, Crosstour, VE-1, Odyssey, Vezel
GAC ToyotaAlphard, Camry, C-HR, E’Z, Levin, Highlander, Wildlander, iA5
Great Wall (GWM)Cowry, Deer, Hover H6, Florid, Voleex C20R, V80, Wingle 3
GeelyAzkarra, Atlas, Binyue Cool, Coolray, Borui GE, GC9, Emgrand EC7, Geometry C, GX7, Icon,  SX7, Jiaji, Vision SUV
GenesisEQ900, GV60, G70, G80, GV80
HaimaF5, 6P, 7X, F7, 8S, Freema, Huandong, Haima 3, S5, M5, V70
HavalDargo, Red Rabbit, H2, F5, H6  H6 Coupe, M6 Plus, Cool Dog, China-Chic Edition, H6S,  Beast, Jolion
HondaAvancier, Accord,  Breeze, BR-V, Crossroad, CR-Z, Crider, Civic, Elysion, Edix, Element, FCX Clarity, Envix, Freed, HR-V, Inspire, Insight, Jade, Integra, Lagreat, Legend, MDX, M-NV, Odyssey, Prelude, Pilot, Saber, S-MX, Shuttle, Stepwgn Spada, Sprior, Torneo, Stream, VE-Z, UR-V, Vezel, e:NP1
HyundaiAslan, Alcazar, Azera, Avante, Celesta, Coupe, Creta, Centennial, Dynasty, Encnio,  Elantra, Equus, Genesis, Grandeur, Grand Santa Fe, Kauai, Kona N, Ioniq 6, Kusto, Lafesta, Mistra, Maxcruz,Nexo,  NF, Santa Cruz, Palisade, Sonata Hybrid, Tiburon, Stargazer, Trajet, Tucson, Tuscani, Veracruz, Veloster, i40, i30, ix55, ix25, XG300
InfinitiEX, ESQ, JX35, J30, Q70L, Q40, QX60
JACLing Ling, J5, M2, Rein, Refine M6, T6, S5,iEVA50, Jiayue X7
JeepComanche, Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, Compass, Liberty, Wrangler Patriot
KiaAmanti, Cadenza, Carnival, Carens, Cee’d, Creed, Cerato, EV6, Grand Carnival, Enterprise, Forte, K3, K4, Magentis, KX3, Lotze, Optima, Niro, Opirus, Sedona, Quoris, Rondo, Sorento, Shuma, Sonet, Stinger, Soul, Sportage, Venga, Telluride, XCeed
LincolnMKZ, MKT, MKX, Zephyr, Aviator, Continental, MKS, Mark VII, Town Car
MarutiBrezza, Ertiga, Vitara Brezza, Grand Vitara, XL6
MaseratiGhibli, GranTurismo, GranCabrio, Levante, Quattroporte
Mazda929, 323, 626, Axela, Atenza, B-Series, Bongo Friendee, Biante, CX-3, Cronos, Capella, Clef, Elini MPV, Familia, Eunos 300, Lantis, MX-30, Luce, MPV, Mazda 3, Protege,  Millenia, Roadster, Premacy, Savanna RX-7, Tribute, Sentia
Mercedes-BenzT-Class, Citan
MercuryGrand Marquis, Marauder, Sable, Mariner, Cougar, Montego, Villager, Mountaineer, Milan
MitsubishiASX, 3000 GT, Airtrek, Colt L300, Chariot Grandis, Debonair, Diamante, Delica D:5, Dignity, Eclipse, Express, Endeavor, FTO, Grandis, Galant, Lancer, L200, Legnum, Maven, Magna, Outlander, Proudia, Pajero Jr, RVR, Space Gear, Sigma, Station, Verada, Triton, Xpander
NissanAlmera Tino, 200SX, 350Z, Cedric, Ariya, Altima, Bassara, Altima, Cima, Ariya, Avenir, Evalia, Avenir, Dualis, Elgrand, Cefiro, Fairlady Z, Fuga, Gloria, GT-R, Infiniti Q45, Townstar, Rogue, Lannia, Liberty, Stagea, Teana, Livina, Maxima, Laurel, Skyline, Juke, Vanette, Sentra, Quest, Tino, X-Trail, Leopard, Leaf, Kicks, Pulsar, Murano, Presage, Tiida, President, Kix, Silvia, R’nessa, Lafesta, Sylphy, Qashqai, e-NV200 Pathfinder,
Peugeot4008, 4007
ProtonX50, Ertiga, Preve, Exora, X70, Inspira, Suprima, Perdana
RenaultQM6, QM5, SM3, XM3 SM5,
SubaruAscent, Alcyone, B9 Tribeca, Crosstrek, Forester, Evoltis, Impreza WRX, SVX, Solterra, Legacy, WRX, Outback, Liberty, Levorg, Tribeca,
SuzukiAcross, APV, Ertiga, S-Cross, Landay, Swace, Vitara, Swift Sport, XL6, XL7
TeslaModel Y, Model 3
ToyotaAurion, Avalon, Aristo, Alphard, Altezza, Auris, Blade, Camry, Century, C-HR, Celsior, Chaser, Comfort, Corolla, Classic, GR Yasic, Harrier, Gaia, Esquire, Hiace, Estima, Highlander, Levin, Kuluger, Lite Ace, Mark X, Matrix, Master Ace Surf, bZ4X, Verso, RAV4 Prime, Yaris, Voxy, Vellfire
YemaF10, F99, EC70, T70
Zotye5008, 2008, T200, Z560, Z500, Domy X5, Sesame

Installing 5×4.5 Wheels


  • Torque wrench
  • Safety jack and stands
  • Socket set

Step-By-Step Instruction

If you have enough experience, installing a new wheel at home is as easy as a piece of cake. Here is all you need to do:

  • Raise your vehicle and secure it with a jack and stands.
  • Remove the existing center holes and then the old wheel.
  • Install a new wheel in your car. Ensure you have invested in the right brand, model, size, function, etc.
  • Screw the lug nuts back into the wheel by half a turn (a new or old set is fine)
  • Lower the vehicle and move the supporting tools aside.
  • Get a torque wrench to work with those bolts one more time. Remember that you must perform in a star-shaped sequence for the 5-lug pattern. Plus, the torque must equal the factory level recommended in the owner’s manual.


Can You Put 5×120 Wheels On 5×114.3?

Absolutely, YES. Invest in a wheel adapter – covert, and you can easily adjust the bolt pattern.

Does 5×114 Fit 5×114.3?

YES. Both common bolt patterns are the same thing which indicates 5-wheel lugs and a bolt circle of 114.3 millimeters.


The 5×114.3 bolt pattern is very common on passenger cars and SUVs. That’s why it’s important to understand its definition and installation to determine what to do with your wheels. Pay attention to torque specs recommended for your vehicle when you re-torque studs to complete the maintenance process safely.

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Robert Herrera

President & Automotive Expert at COR Wheels

Robert Herrera has been with COR Wheels for 17 years and has a great passion for the automotive industry. During his time at COR Wheels, he has driven and test-driven a variety of vehicles.

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