Last updated on September 12th, 2023 at 07:47 pm
In this article, you will learn a list of different vehicles that all use a 5×114.3 bolt pattern along with some important information about bolt patterns in general.
If you are in the market for a new set of wheels for your vehicle, it’s important to know what bolt pattern your vehicle uses.
Of course, not all vehicles are the same and the bolt patterns can vary depending on the type of vehicle you have.
If you are looking to buy a new or used vehicle, knowing the exact bolt pattern ahead of time will prevent you from buying the wrong sized wheels.
I have put together the following list of 35 cars that all have a 5×114.3 bolt pattern.
What does bolt pattern mean?
Every wheel on a car has a bolt pattern. It is also called the “lug pattern” or “bolt circle” and as mentioned not all vehicles are the same.
The bolt pattern is a 2-number system that measures the layout of the mounting holes on a wheel.
If you measure the diameter of a circle drawn between two bolt holes on a wheel, it refers to one part of the bolt pattern. This number is measured in millimeters.
The second number refers to the number of bolts used.
For example, a 6 x 120 bolt pattern indicated that there are 6 lug bolts used and the diameter of the circle made through the center of the bolts is 120 mm.
Measuring the bolt pattern on a wheel
It’s actually quite simple to measure the bolt pattern of a wheel. It’s common for bolt patterns to either have 4,5,6,8 lugs.
Lugs that have an even number like 4,6,8, can be measured by measuring the distance in millimeters from the center of one hole to the center of another hole that is directly across from it.
If the lug is an odd number like 5, then you need to measure the distance in millimeters from the back of one hole to the center of another hole that is directly across from it.
35 Cars that have a 5×114.3 bolt pattern
There are hundreds if not thousands of different vehicles that use a 5×114.3 bolt pattern. Some of the most common include Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, and many others.
The following table will show you a list of vehicles with a 5×114.3 bolt pattern.
- Acura CDX (2016-2022)
- Chrysler 200 (2010-2014)
- Chrysler 300M (1998-2004)
- Dodge Avenger (1994-2000)
- Dodge Caliber (2006-2012)
- Dodge Caravan (1987-2007)
- Ford Escape (2001-2012)
- Ford Mustang (1994-2022)
- Ford Taurus (2008-2019)
- Honda Accord (1997-2022)
- Honda CR-V (1995-2022)
- Honda Civic (2004-2022)
- Honda HR-V (2015-2022)
- Hyundai Elantra (2006-2022)
- Hyundai Genesis (2008-2017)
- Hyundai Kona (2017-2022)
- Hyundai Sonata (2004-2022)
- Infinity G (2002-2015)
- Infinity Q50 (2013-2022)
- Kia EV6 (2021-2022)
- Kia Forte (2008-2022)
- Kia Optima (2006-2020)
- Kia Rondo (2006-2018)
- Lexus ES (1992-2022)
- Lexus GS (1993-2020)
- Mazda 323 (1991-2004)
- Mazda 3 (2003-2022)
- Mazda 5 (2005-2015)
- Mazda RX8 (2003-2012)
- Nissan Altima (2002-2022)
- Nissan Kicks (2008-2012)
- Nissan Leaf (2010-2022)
- Nissan Rogue (2008-2022)
- Toyota Corolla (2007-2022)
- Toyota Yaris (2020-2022)
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Is a 5×114.3 bolt pattern the same as a 5×115 bolt pattern?
Although many people believe that these bolt patterns are interchangeable, the fact is they are different. If you try to mix and match or use one pattern on a vehicle that takes something different, they simply won’t fit.
It’s possible to use a wheel adapter kit or have the wheels re-drilled to make them fit.
What bolt pattern is the same as 5 x 114.3?
The bolt pattern 5 x 114.3 is the same as the bolt pattern 5 x 4.5. With one difference. The 5 x 114.3 bolt pattern is measured in metric and the bolt pattern 5 x 4.5 is measured in inches.