Honda Lug Pattern Guide

This Honda lug pattern specs guide provides the lug pattern details for your Honda model.
Written by Laura Salvas
Reviewed by Melanie Reiff
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Lug patterns vary widely between Honda models, so knowing the right lug pattern for your vehicle is essential if you want to treat your ride to a new set of rims. 
Whether you’re driving a snug Honda Civic or a spacious Honda Odyssey, you may want to give your wheels an upgrade or swap out your old rims. Your car’s lug pattern will determine which size wheels or rims you go for, so getting the numbers right is a necessary step in finding the best fit.
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Why you should know your Honda’s lug pattern

Your Honda’s lug pattern is made up of two numbers. The first number is determined by the number of lug holes - also known as bolt holes - and the second number indicates the diameter of the connect-the-dots-style circle the lug holes form. 
If your Honda has a lug pattern of 5x4.72, for instance, that would mean there are five bolts that form a circle with a 4.72-inch diameter.
If you’re in the market for new wheels or rims, whether because yours are wearing out or you just want to give your car a makeover, it’s essential you know your Honda’s lug pattern
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Honda lug pattern guide

Just glance through the below table and find your car model to learn its wheel size, lug pattern (in inches), offset, stud size, and hub/center bore measurements. If all these numbers are causing chaos in your head, the definitions that follow later will put your brain at ease.
Model
OEM wheel size
Lug pattern (inches)
Offset
Stud size
Hub/center bore
1996-2005
Honda Civic
14"-20"
4x3.94"
H
12x1.5
56.1
2006-2022 Honda Civic
16"-20"
4x4.5"
H
12x1.5
64.1
1997-2002
Honda Accord
15"-18"
4x4.5"
H
12x1.5
64.1
2003-2007 Honda Accord
15"-19"
5x4.5"
H
12x1.5
64.1
2008-2017 Honda Accord
16"-20"
5x4.5"
H
12x1.5
64.1
2018-2022 Honda Accord
17"-20"
5x4.5"
H
12x1.5
64.1
1999-2001
Honda CR-V
15"-20"
5x4.5"
H
12x1.5
64.1
2002-2006 Honda CR-V
16"-20"
5x4.5"
H
12x1.5
64.1
2007-2016 Honda CR-V
17"-20"
5x4.5"
H
12x1.5
64.1
2017-2020 Honda CR-V
17"-18"
5x4.5"
H
12x1.5
64.1
2021-2022 Honda CR-V
17"-19"
5x4.5"
H
12x1.5
64.1
2003-2008
Honda Pilot
16"-23"
5x4.5"
H
14x1.5
64.1
2009-2015 Honda Pilot
17"-22"
5x4.72"
H
14x1.5
72.5
2016-2020 Honda Pilot
17"-22"
5x4.72"
H
14x1.5
64.1
2003-2011
Honda Element
16"-22"
5x4.5"
H
12x1.5
64.1
1999-2004
Honda Odyssey
16"-20"
5x4.5"
H
12x1.5
64.1
2005-2010 Honda Odyssey
16"-20"
5x4.72"
H
12x1.5
72.5
2011-2016 Honda Odyssey
17"-20"
5x4.72"
H
12x1.5
72.5
2017 Honda Odyssey
17"-20"
5x4.72"
H
12x1.5
64.1
2018-2022 Honda Odyssey
18"-20"
5x4.5"
H
12x1.5
64.1
1999-2002 Honda Passport
16"-22"
6x5.5"
M
12x1.5
100.5
2021-2022 Honda Passport
20"
5x4.72"
M
14x1.5
64.1
2000-2006
Honda Insight
14"-15"
4x3.94"
H
12x1.5
56.1
2010-2014 Honda Insight
15"-18"
4x3.94"
H
12x1.5
56.1
2021-2022 Honda Insight
16"-17"
4x4.5"
H
12x1.5
64.1
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Lug pattern terminology 101

If the above chart has left you blankly nodding your head in feigned understanding, here’s an interpretive guide to lug-pattern-speak that will give you all the confidence you need to intelligently discuss lug patterns at your next dinner party. 
OEM wheel size: This refers to the size of the wheels that originally came on your Honda (OEM is short for “Original Equipment Manufacturer”). If you buy new rims, they will need to match your wheel size.
Lug pattern: Also referred to as a bolt pattern, this duo of numbers refers to the number of lugs or bolts, followed by the diameter of the invisible circle they create. A new wheel will need to match your Honda’s lug pattern.
Offset: This number represents the distance between your car’s mounting surface and the center of the rim. A positive offset means your wheels are tucked into the car, while a negative offset means your wheels stick out. 
Stud size: US fasteners and metric fasteners are sized differently. A US fastener will be expressed by stud diameter x number of threads per inch (e.g., 1/2x20), whereas metric fasteners would be expressed as stud diameter x distance between threads (e.g., 14mm x 1.50).
Center bore: This is the opening that keeps your Honda’s wheel centered on the hub. You’ll need the correct center bore size to ensure your wheel fits safely. 

How to measure your Honda’s lug pattern

If you don’t see your Honda in the above list, or you just prefer to do things yourself, all you’ll need is a measuring tape or a ruler to measure your car’s lug pattern. 
First, count the number of lugs or bolts. Most Hondas have five bolts but some have four or six, and how you measure the diameter will differ depending on whether you have an odd or even number of bolts. 
To measure the diameter with four or six bolts, measure from the center point of any lug hole to the center point of the lug hole directly across from it. 
If you’re working with five lugs, start your measuring tape at the outside edge of a lug hole, and measure to the center point of either lug hole across from it. Due to the odd number, this won’t be directly across.
Your lug pattern is the number of lugs by the diameter (e.g. 5x4.72).

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FAQs

Yes, you can purchase an adapter that will change the bolt pattern on your car. Best not to try drilling new holes yourself.
No. Check your lug pattern based on your car model. Honda vehicles span a wide range of lug patterns.
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