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Hi, all. New to here, not new to vehicles (advanced DIYer). Looking for steel wheels for snows for my wife's 2020, but most aftermarket manufacturers have barely listed 2019s. Anyone know if 2018 and 2017 Elantra wheels fit 2020s? Everything I've found online says the wheels are literally the same models for 2018 to 2020, but sometimes 20 sites showing the same thing are 1 site with incorrect information copied 19 more times.

Anyone try a wheel from previous years on their 2020?

FYI, the specs seem to be 16x6.5, 5 bolt holes in a 114.3 mm (4.5") circle, 42mm offset, 67.1mm center hole.

TIA,

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You can fit Elantra wheels from 2007-2019 - they all fit. You can downsize to 15" rim diameter if you find a nice set of 15's.
Sonata wheels fit, too - 2006-2019. The wheels you do not want are from the Accent, since they are 4 lug (4x100 bolt pattern) instead of 5x114.3 5 lug.
Wheels from the Kia Forte, Soul, and Optima fit too. Kia is Pontiac-flavored Hyundai and mechanical parts interchange rather well.

TPMS is another story,. The Elantra 2017+ uses 52933-F2000 sensors. You can find them on ebay among other places. They're not expensive. If you get a set of proper sensors, you put the snows on the car and drive it - the car finds the four sensors and life goes on. No idiot lights.
 

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You can fit Elantra wheels from 2007-2019 - they all fit. You can downsize to 15" rim diameter if you find a nice set of 15's.
Sonata wheels fit, too - 2006-2019. The wheels you do not want are from the Accent, since they are 4 lug (4x100 bolt pattern) instead of 5x114.3 5 lug.
Wheels from the Kia Forte, Soul, and Optima fit too. Kia is Pontiac-flavored Hyundai and mechanical parts interchange rather well.

TPMS is another story,. The Elantra 2017+ uses 52933-F2000 sensors. You can find them on ebay among other places. They're not expensive. If you get a set of proper sensors, you put the snows on the car and drive it - the car finds the four sensors and life goes on. No idiot lights.
You might try finding a set of wheels from an earlier model year of the above cars that someone is looking to get rid of. Facebook marketplace and Craigslist are good for that kind of thing. Also, Mazda 3 wheels fit. I found a set of Mazda wheels and ride my snow tires on them.
 
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