Several VWs did come with a nice matching allow wheel for the spare, where as most have the steel rim. As I recall, the Passat I saw this on had a complete set of them... plus spares don't tend to have center caps.Nihilator said:This one, still marked as a question mark, is a spare wheel from a W8. There's one for sale on eBay right now.
No, the bolt patterns are different.no-blue-screen said:Will any of the A4 rims fit the A5?
If you're willing to fork over some cash to have something "different" on your A4, you can always buy 5x100 to 5x112 adapters, at $360 for a hubcentric set from H&R (or half that price used), or $180 for a non-hubcentric set from (the website I can't remember now).penclnck said:No, the bolt patterns are different.
If the car come with the VR6, then it has 5 lug wheels, 4 cyclinders came with 4 lug wheels. This rule also applies to the mk3 platform as well.JerryPT said:Hi, both of your B4 examples are 5x100 pattern, my B4 TDI is 4x100 as are all others?
I hate to say it on this forum, but vwvortex classifieds has wheel/tire pages in both Canada and US and are quite useful for this purpose.no-blue-screen said:Anyone care to share their source for VW rims and discounted prices? A lot of the rims I see are way overpriced. Not too much on eBay from what I saw for the A5. Will any of the A4 rims fit the A5? I like the bbs style rims.