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I decided on getting 20" wheels, but my first and second choice was unavailable either due to lack of stock or fitment issues. So I settled on the Avant Garde M580 in gloss black and dark tint. They're wrapped with Lexani LX-20 tires in 235/30-20.

I'm not entirely convinced these are the correct ones for the sedan, as I think the multi-color make them look like stock wheels. I much prefer a single color wheel. People either like it or hate it.
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Sadly, I liked the first set better but I understand why you changed. Personally I wouldn't go that big on a small car. Not enough tire sidewall for the streets here but they do look good.
 
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Sadly, I liked the first set better but I understand why you changed. Personally I wouldn't go that big on a small car. Not enough tire sidewall for the streets here but they do look good.
They do have impact value, but yes, they are too uncomfortable for daily drives. I'm going to let the tires wear out and probably go back to 18s or 19s. 20s are just too impracatical.
 

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I will be on the look out for your next set up, I just want to get rid of the gap without making it look too obnoxious, maybe some more meat than what stock offers and a 19” wheel would look good.
 

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I will be on the look out for your next set up, I just want to get rid of the gap without making it look too obnoxious, maybe some more meat than what stock offers and a 19” wheel would look good.
Don't increase the tire diameter too much as it messes with the sensors. But lowered on Eibachs with a set of 19s isn't too bad. The wider width pushes the tire out to the edges.
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Would not recommend them on any level. Bouncy, rough, expensive, and you're always in fear of curbing the rims. Once the tires wear out I'll probably go back to 18s.
Good choice! Looks good if the car is not moving. There are many reasons why the manufacturer chose the recommended size for best performance. Of course you can change a little but you will sacrifice performance and load carrying.
 

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Good choice! Looks good if the car is not moving. There are many reasons why the manufacturer chose the recommended size for best performance. Of course you can change a little but you will sacrifice performance and load carrying.
Sorry, I ended up being a huge liar. I'm on my 3rd set of 20s. Lol. Don't think I'll ever go back to anything less than 20
 
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