2016 Honda Accord Bolt Pattern

Your place for 2016 Honda Accord bolt pattern info—from stud size and offset to the ways you can measure for yourself.
Written by Thidas Senanayaka
The 2016 Honda Accord has a 5x4.5 (or 5 on 4.5) bolt pattern. You can expect for the 2016 Accord’s tires to have five bolt holes, each with a diameter of 4.5 inches. 
The 2016 Honda Accord piles a lot of great new improvements on what was already one of the best choices for family sedans, right up there with the
Mazda 6
, and
Toyota Camry
. With an enhanced technology interface, quick acceleration, and exceptional ride and handling balance, rest assured you wouldn’t be disappointed by this car. 
You may be looking to spice the Accord up even more—perhaps through some nifty tire upgrades that put the factory-issue ones to shame. Or, it may be time to make up for the wear and tear on this six-year old car, and replace its tires. Whatever the reason, it’s a good idea to know what your 2016 Accord’s bolt pattern is. This
car repair
guide has got you covered, along with some other things you may find handy. 
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2016 Honda Accord bolt pattern

The bolt pattern on a 2016 Honda Accord
is 5x4.5, or 5 on 4.5. This means that 2016 Honda Accord tires have five bolts (the first number), each fitting into a bolt hole with a diameter of 4.5 inches (the second number).
Bolt pattern information won’t be enough if you’re looking at any kind of tire replacement or modification. You should also know your vehicle’s wheel size, offset, stud size and thread pitch, center bore measurements, and torque specifications. Luckily, here’s a list of that information, compiled right here:
  • Factory Wheel Size: 16 inches, 17 inches, 18 inches
  • Stud size: M12 x 1.5 (12 mm stud thread and 1.5 mm thread spacing) 
  • Offset: 35 mm to 54 mm
  • Center bore: 64.1 mm
  • Wheel tightening torque: 108 Nm
That’s a lot of things to digest, but we’ve broken it all down to you. Center bore size refers to the size of the hole in the center of the wheel where it attaches to the hub of the car. It’s a good idea for the wheel’s center bore to match with the hub as this reduces vibrations. 
Stud size is exactly what it sounds like and tells you what kind of bolts to pick for fixing your tires to your car. Wheel offset refers to how the wheels mount in your wheel wells—specifically, how much space you’ll have on either side of the wheel. As you can tell, it’s pretty important to get this right because a wheel with the wrong offset can rub against other components in your car, which may require additional modifications to fix—or a headache if it’s allowed to cause problems in the future. 
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How to measure your 2016 Honda Accord pattern

You don’t have to take our word for it—you can double-check the bolt pattern on your 2016 Honda Accord by yourself, right in your own garage or driveway. All you need is a measuring tape or ruler, and a tolerance for getting your hands slightly dirty. 
The first bit is straightforward. Count the number of bolts that are on your wheels. The 2016 Honda Accord should have exactly five. This is the first part of your measurement.
The next step is a little harder since the 2016 Accord has a five-bolt setup. You’ll need to measure the distance from one bolt to the center between the two bolts across from it. It’s a little tricky to measure the bolt directly across, since there are only five, so this method should give you an accurate read. Once you’ve gotten this measurement, you have your diameter. 
Put the two together and you have your measurement: 5x4.5 inches. 
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The bolt pattern on a 2016 Honda Accord is 5x4.5 or 5 on 4.5”. This means there’s five bolts with each bolt hole having a diameter of 4.5 inches.
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