2007 Nissan Altima Bolt Pattern

Your source for 2007 Nissan Altima bolt pattern info—from stud size and offset to the tools you’ll need to measure for yourself.
Written by Jennifer Justice
Reviewed by Melanie Reiff
The 2007 Nissan Altima uses a bolt pattern of 5x4.5, which just means that every wheel uses five bolts that form a circle with a 4.5-inch diameter.
By now, you’ve put enough miles on your ‘07 sedan that new tires are becoming a must. Even if you’ve already replaced the original wheels, upgrading the hubcaps or covers might be on your to-do list. However, you need to have the right measurements for the bolt pattern before you do.
We have the specs you’re looking for on your 2007 Nissan Altima’s bolt pattern, plus extra details you might not know you need, like the wheel size and how to measure the pattern yourself. While we can’t help you pick those new wheels, we can give you the info you need to find the right type for your car.
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2007 Nissan Altima bolt pattern

Whether upgrading your wheels, replacing a damaged tire, or switching over to winter gear, you have to ensure you get something that will fit your 2007 Altima and works with the existing parts.
Nissan Altimas have used the same
Nissan bolt pattern
since 2002, so your 2007 Altima has the same 5x4.5 (“5 on 4.5”) bolt pattern as other years. If you’re not sure what those numbers mean, it’s tied to how the pattern is written out:
# of bolts x diameter of the circle they form
So a 5x4.5 lug pattern lets you know that your Altima uses five bolts (lugs) per wheel, and that these bolts form a circle with a diameter 4.5 inches across. 
While that spec gets you started, you can’t replace those wheels just yet. You still need to have other basics, like your Altima’s stud size, wheel offset, center bore measurement, and torque specifications: 
  • Factory wheel size: 16”, 17”, 18” 
  • Stud size: M12 x 1.25
  • Offset: 34 to 45 mm 
  • Center bore: 66.1 mm
  • Wheel tightening torque: 85 lb-ft
These details will give you enough information to find the correct replacements for your 2007 Altima.

How to measure your Nissan Altima’s bolt pattern

While those specs are enough for you to get started, you can also check that information yourself. Let’s look at how you can measure the bolt pattern. First, be sure you have a ruler or tape measure on hand.
Since your car has five bolts, you’ll need to use a different method to deal with the uneven number of bolts. Choose one bolt, then either the bolt to the right or left of where you’d end up if you measured straight across. You need to measure from the center of the first bolt to the outer edge of the second one.
The measurement you get is your diameter, so you can add that to how many bolts are on one wheel to fill in the bolt pattern (# of bolts x diameter of the circle the bolts form), so it should be 5x4.5 for your 2007 Altima.
And now you’re set! You have the info to upgrade your tires or anything else you need so you can get your 2007 Altima back on the road!
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The bolt pattern for a 2007 Altima is 5x4.5—five bolts set in a 4.5-inch-diameter circle.
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