Yes, but with Low-profile tires.
i got 18" on mine and they fit like a shiny glove
No. I have a 2009 Malibu and the largest you can go with the rim size is 20" (but even then it is pushing it)
yes and you can also go up to 20" with out lifting the car
I'm sure if you bring it to your local autoshop they'll tell you.
yes you can just make sure you get the right tires rear wheel
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Yes. In fact you can fit up to 22" without a lift, as long as you get a real low profile tire on it.
20 inch wheels are the largest size wheels that will fit into a 1990 Suzuki. A wheel larger than 20 inches will get on the fender well.
Will as 20 inch after market rim that's on a Chevy fit my Titan
Yes but with low profile tires (20-30 series) Also check the front tires for clearance while turning.
There is no setting....they are torqued to 20 foot pounds.
No, the offset is wrong.
yes 20' rims will fit with the right tire size..
No, it only came with 17 or 20 inch wheels.
Figure on around 20 MPG is mixed city and highway driving.
yes....as a matter of fact i work in a tire shop/garage and i have put 24's on a 78 malibu wagon!
A Chevy Malibu that was made in 1998 will get between 20 and 32 miles per gallon. The car will get around 23 country miles and 32 highway miles per gallon.
You don't need a lift kit to fit 20inch rims on a Malibu. Just get 225/35/20 Tires an you'll be good to go ( that's what I have on my Malibu), no rub or anything. 245's will rub.
A 2007 Chevy Malibu 3500 V6 uses 5 quarts of motor oil. It uses standard 5w-20 motor oil for a good balance of performance and protection.
They will fit on a 4wd but not a 2wd due to caliper clearence
yes,if they have the proper bolt pattern,the problem arises when choosing tires,make sure you have clearance for the size you choose and remember the steering movement
yes, i have 20s on my 2004 6.
I have a set of 20's on my truck and they fit well and do not rub.
Not without modification.