Nissan Versa Bolt Pattern

From the bolt center bore measurement and stud size to tightening torque, here is all the Nissan Versa bolt pattern info you need to get your new wheels on your car.
Written by Matt Nightingale
Reviewed by Brittni Brinn
A Nissan Versa has a 4x4 wheel bolt pattern, which means there are four lug nuts on each wheel that form a circle with a four-inch diameter.
The Versa is all about efficiency and practicality. It comes with a host of driver-assist features and it's great on gas. But if you want to get the most out of your Versa, you might want to swap out your wheels for something more appropriate for the season or for the task at hand.
To do this, you’ll need to know a bit about your Nissan Versa’s wheel bolt pattern. There’s nothing worse than buying a new set of winter tires only to find out that they won’t fit on your car. That’s why we’ve created this handy guide for the Nissan Versa wheel bolt pattern.
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Nissan Versa bolt pattern

The
bolt pattern for Nissan vehicles
varies from model to model. Versas built from 2012 to 2021 have a bolt pattern of 4x4, and Versas produced between 2007 and 2011 have a wheel bolt pattern of 4x4.5. If you’re not fluent in automobiles, here’s a translation!
All wheel bolt arrangements are described with the number of bolts in the pattern and the diameter of the circle that those bolts are arranged in. For example, the 2021 Nissan Versa’s wheels have four bolts arranged in a circle with a four-inch diameter, so its bolt pattern is expressed as 4x4. Similarly, the 2009 Nissan Versa has four bolts arranged in a circle with a 4.5-inch diameter, ie. a 4x4.5 bolt pattern.  
That’s not the only spec you need to be concerned about if you plan on swapping out your Versa’s wheels, though. You’ll also want to know your Versa wheels’ stud size, hub bore measurement, offset, and tightening torque.
Here’s a quick look at those specs: 
  • Factory wheel size: 15” to 17” 
  • Stud size: 12 mm x 1.25
  • Offset: High 35 to 45 mm 
  • Center bore: 60.1 mm
  • Wheel tightening torque: 83 lb-ft or 112.5 Nm

How to measure your Nissan Versa’s bolt pattern

If you want to double-check your Nissan Versa bolt pattern, you can measure it yourself with a ruler or measuring tape. Simply pick any bolt on the wheel and measure the distance from the center of the bolt hole to the center of the bolt hole on the opposite side of the circle. That measurement will give you the diameter of the circle. From there simply count up the bolts and plug all that information into the formula above (number of bolts x diameter).
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FAQs

The 2009 Nissan Versa has a 4x4.5 bolt pattern. That is, it has four bolts arranged in a 4.5-inch diameter circle.
The 2014 Nissan Versa uses 15” or 16” wheels depending on the trim. The entry-level Nissan Versa S and the mid-level Versa S Plus and Versa SV are outfitted with standard 15” wheels, while the top-shelf Nissan Versa SL comes with standard 16-inch alloy wheels.
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