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I'm searching for rims for my V. I like the ones in the VOTM pic at the top Tango. I have yet to find those but also for me I'm thinking about sticking with the 15" which those I can tell are larger than that. Besides the 4x100 that is needed. Is there anything else I need to worry about?
Sorry I'm a newbie when it comes to wheels.
 

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well the V at the to of the age i believe uses 4x114.3, so they wouldn't work, but no, theres really not much else to worry about.
 

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Check out the tire rack. Select your make model and year, then they only give you the wheels that will fit your car. No worries about offset or width, etc. the cool thing is you can preview them on your vehicle too. I'm looking for a set of 16's right now.
 

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I'm searching for rims for my V. I like the ones in the VOTM pic at the top Tango. I have yet to find those but also for me I'm thinking about sticking with the 15" which those I can tell are larger than that. Besides the 4x100 that is needed. Is there anything else I need to worry about?
Sorry I'm a newbie when it comes to wheels.
Do we know if the bolt pattern for a 2012 Versa 1.6L, purchased around 11/2011, is 4x100 bolt pattern or the 114.3?

Getting both answers via various references.

I want the Enkei RPF1 for reduce weight/performance.

What about 2012 intake systems?
 

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Do we know if the bolt pattern for a 2012 Versa 1.6L, purchased around 11/2011, is 4x100 bolt pattern or the 114.3?

Getting both answers via various references.

I want the Enkei RPF1 for reduce weight/performance.

What about 2012 intake systems?
The 2012 Versa Sedan does have a 4x100 bolt pattern.
 
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