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Find over 586+ BMW wheel designs, together with their sizes, offsets, BMW wheel color codes and much more.

BMW wheel style 731

BMW wheel style 731

All BMW Wheel Styles BMW 8 Series BMW 8 Series G16
The BMW wheel style 731 is part of the BMW original wheels lineup. Find out more about the style 731 BMW rims, which is standard for the bmw BMW 8 Series G16 but might fit other models.… Read More
BMW wheel style 733

BMW wheel style 733

All BMW Wheel Styles BMW 8 Series BMW 8 Series G16
The BMW wheel style 733 is part of the BMW original wheels lineup. Find out more about the style 733 BMW rims, which is standard for the bmw BMW 8 Series G16 but might fit other models.… Read More
BMW wheel style 721

BMW wheel style 721

All BMW Wheel Styles BMW X1 Series BMW X1 Series F48
The BMW wheel style 721 is part of the BMW original wheels lineup. Find out more about the style 721 BMW rims, which is standard for the bmw X1 F48 but might fit other models.… Read More
BMW wheel style 704

BMW wheel style 704

All BMW Wheel Styles BMW 3 Series BMW 3 Series F30+ BMW M Series Wheels
The BMW wheel style 704 is part of the BMW original wheels lineup. Find out more about the style 704 BMW rims, which is standard for the bmw 3' F30 but might fit other models.… Read More
BMW wheel style 707

BMW wheel style 707

All BMW Wheel Styles BMW 3 Series BMW 3 Series F30+
The BMW wheel style 707 is part of the BMW original wheels lineup. Find out more about the style 707 BMW rims, which is standard for the bmw 3' F30 but might fit other models.… Read More
BMW wheel style 703

BMW wheel style 703

All BMW Wheel Styles BMW 6 Series BMW 6 Series F12+ BMW M Series Wheels
The BMW wheel style 703 is part of the BMW original wheels lineup. Find out more about the style 703 BMW rims, which is standard for the bmw 6' F12 but might fit other models.… Read More
BMW wheel style 708

BMW wheel style 708

All BMW Wheel Styles BMW 3 Series BMW 3 Series F30+
The BMW wheel style 708 is part of the BMW original wheels lineup. Find out more about the style 708 BMW rims, which is standard for the bmw 3' F30 but might fit other models.… Read More
BMW wheel style 700

BMW wheel style 700

All BMW Wheel Styles BMW 8 Series BMW 8 Series G16
The BMW wheel style 700 is part of the BMW original wheels lineup. Find out more about the style 700 BMW rims, which is standard for the bmw BMW 8 Series G16 but might fit other models.… Read More
BMW wheel style 711

BMW wheel style 711

All BMW Wheel Styles BMW M Series Wheels BMW X1 Series BMW X1 Series F48
The BMW wheel style 711 is part of the BMW original wheels lineup. Find out more about the style 711 BMW rims, which is standard for the bmw X1 F48 but might fit other models.… Read More
BMW wheel style 715

BMW wheel style 715

All BMW Wheel Styles BMW M Series Wheels BMW X1 Series BMW X1 Series F48
The BMW wheel style 715 is part of the BMW original wheels lineup. Find out more about the style 715 BMW rims, which is standard for the bmw X1 F48 but might fit other models.… Read More
BMW wheel style 716

BMW wheel style 716

All BMW Wheel Styles BMW M Series Wheels BMW X1 Series BMW X1 Series F48
The BMW wheel style 716 is part of the BMW original wheels lineup. Find out more about the style 716 BMW rims, which is standard for the bmw X1 F48 but might fit other models.… Read More
BMW wheel style 717

BMW wheel style 717

All BMW Wheel Styles BMW M Series Wheels BMW X1 Series BMW X1 Series F48
The BMW wheel style 717 is part of the BMW original wheels lineup. Find out more about the style 717 BMW rims, which is standard for the bmw X1 F48 but might fit other models.… Read More
BMW wheel style 706

BMW wheel style 706

All BMW Wheel Styles BMW 5 Series BMW 5 Series F90 BMW M Series Wheels
The BMW wheel style 706 is part of the BMW original wheels lineup. Find out more about the style 706 BMW rims, which is standard for the bmw 5' F90 but might fit other models.… Read More
BMW wheel style 686

BMW wheel style 686

All BMW Wheel Styles BMW 6 Series BMW 6 Series G32
The BMW wheel style 686 is part of the BMW original wheels lineup. Find out more about the style 686 BMW rims, which is standard for the bmw 6' G32 but might fit other models.… Read More
BMW wheel style 690

BMW wheel style 690

All BMW Wheel Styles BMW 8 Series BMW 8 Series G16
The BMW wheel style 690 is part of the BMW original wheels lineup. Find out more about the style 690 BMW rims, which is standard for the bmw BMW 8 Series G16 but might fit other models.… Read More
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The most critical dimensions you need to be aware are wheel width and offset, these dimensions gain even more importance when looking at BMW wheels that offer multiple widths and offset combinations for the same model depending on the wheel size. Wheel offsets change based on the desired final placement of the wheel within the wheel well. You can’t just put a wider wheel on without adjusting its offset so that it either sits in a similar position as the original, or it clears other components on the car like brakes, strut/shock, suspension arms, inner and outer bodywork including fenders. To check your offset for your BMW you can either refer to our wheel fitting chart or by searching for the OEM wheel for the specific BMW model you have. Find out what wheel width and offset your BMW has.

You can either check on the back of the wheel the part code and search for it via bmwstylerims.com or just simply browse our catalogue of bmw wheels and identify it visually.

BMW wheels come in different sizes from 15” to 22” with different widths and offsets. To answer your question we have created a BMW fitment guide lists that encompasses the different BMW wheel sizes that will fit each BMW model along with the tire size and wheel offset. Our chart contains BMW’s current model range in addition to previous models manufactured in the past. We have created as comprehensive a chart as possible. Check wheel sizes, width and offset.

As a general rule, 4×100 wheels will all interchange. They’re all 57.1 center bore. Your only concern will be the offset. The 5×120 wheels, basically have 3 variants. E39 wheels (74.1mm Center Bore), 5×120 low offset (72.56 Center Bore) and 5×120 high offset (72.56 Center Bore). You can make various offsets work with spacers and/or fender rolling, etc.

BMW Model Bolt Pattern Center Bore
4-lug (2002
E21, E30 non-M)
4×100 (3.93″) 57.1mm (2.24″)
5-lug E-Chassis
(except E39)
5×120 (4.72″) 72.56mm (2.86″)
E39 5-series
1997-2003
5×120 (4.72″) 74.1mm (2.92″)
G-Chassis
(G01, G30, etc)
5×112 (4.41″) 66.56mm (2.62″)

The Center Bore is the large hole in the center of the wheel. When the wheel is fitted to the car, this hole will fit tightly with a lip protruding from the hub and brake rotor. BMW wheels are designed to fit on this lip tightly and is known as a hub-centric fitment. If the wheel does not fit tight with this lip it will wobble and vibrate and potentially cause catastrophic failure.

All BMW models have a 5×120 bolt pattern, except the series 3 E30/31 which has a 4×100 bolt pattern.

Bolt pattern or bolt circle is the diameter of an imaginary circle formed by the centers of the wheel lugs. Bolt patterns can be 4-, 5-, 6-, or 8-lug holes. A bolt circle of 5×120 would indicate a 5-lug pattern on a circle with a diameter of 120mm.

Many owners are unsure if they’re able to make the switch to a standard tire. The answer is not as difficult as you might think. BMWs can make the switch to non-run-flat tires, the same is true when switching to dedicated winter tires. It’s important to note that in most cases, the vehicle did not come with a spare tire. If you decide to make the switch to non-run-flat tires, a road hazard would leave you stranded on the side of the road without a spare to put on the car. However take note that BMWs equipped with Run Flat tires have the suspensions adjusted to hard sidewalls of the run flats, changing to regular tires may give you a slightly different ride experience.

BMW Car Tires Michelin offers a large range of BMW tires for your model, simply input your BMW model information and Michelin will guide you to the best tires to fit your vehicle and performance needs.

Without wheel spacers certain wheels would sit too close to the existing component of the vehicle such as the inner wheel well. To check if you need a spacer, head out to willtheyfit.com, if the inner rim of the wheel sits to deep in the wheel well, you should consider using a spacer.

BMW has 4 type of center caps , 60mm for the 4×100 bolt pattern, 68mm, 74mm and 78mm. Check you wheels center hole to determine what center caps you need or find your wheel details here.

Direct TPMS sensors are the most accurate, usually incorporating a special valve and an external sensor that monitors tyre pressure. Direct systems are much more accurate than indirect systems because they take into account factors like tyre temperature. A wireless signal is sent from the TPMS sensor on each wheel to the vehicle’s computer and the pressure is displayed on the dashboard, or a warning light illuminated.

Indirect TPMS sensors usually work with the Anti Lock Braking system to monitor wheel speed and detect a decrease in wheel radius. As a tyre deflates, the wheel will turn faster compared to the other wheels and the system detects this. Indirect systems are much easier and cheaper for vehicle manufacturers to implement; however they are less accurate.

Check your specific bmw wheel type and car model to see if you need a TMPS or not.

The size of the wheels that are compatible with your BMW depends on the model and year of your vehicle. You can find the recommended wheel size for your BMW in the owner’s manual or by checking with a BMW dealer or simply check out this BMW will fitment guide.

A staggered wheel setup refers to wheels that are larger in the rear than in the front. This can improve the performance and handling of the vehicle, but it can also increase the risk of oversteering and reduce traction in wet or slippery conditions. A non-staggered wheel setup has the same size wheels on all four corners of the vehicle.

To properly store your BMW wheels during the off-season, you should clean them thoroughly and apply a protective coating to prevent corrosion. You should also store them in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.

Yes, you can install aftermarket wheels on your BMW. However, it is important to choose wheels that are compatible with your vehicle’s specifications and to have them installed by a qualified mechanic. Additionally, using non-OEM wheels may void your vehicle’s warranty. You can read more on replica and aftermarket wheels here.

Cast BMW wheels are made by pouring molten metal into a mold, while forged BMW wheels are made by compressing and shaping metal under high pressure.

The maximum tire size for BMW wheels depends on the size of the wheel and the clearance in the wheel well. It is important to check with a tire professional to ensure proper fitment or check our wheel fitment guide.

Yes, you can put BMW M wheels on your non-M BMW as long as they have the correct offset, bolt pattern, and diameter for your particular BMW model. Check here if the wheels will fit.

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