Bolt patterns for tire wheels define what kind of tires are necessary for each model. For 15 4-by-100 wheels, there are many models available. Toyota makes most of their models with 4-by-100 wheels, but only a few models come with 15 5-by-100 steel wheels.
The 15 4-by-100 steel wheel pattern was available for the Toyota Celica; however, Toyota discontinued the Celica after 2005. Originally Celica models came with 15-by-6.5-inch factory wheels with the serial number P195/60R H. With a wheel base of 102.4 inches, the Celica had all season tires and full wheel covers.
As of 2010, Toyota makes Corolla with 15 4-by-100 wheel pattern. Factory-bought Corollas come with 15-by-6-inch steel wheels, including P195/65R15 all season tires. Every new 2011 Corolla includes steel wheels, full wheel covers and a temporary spare tire.
The 2005 Echo was the last model that Toyota manufactured. The Echo was a commodity vehicle and did not receive favourable reviews because of its cheap interior and limited features. However, the Echo also came with a 15 4-by-100 steel wheel pattern and included P175/65R14 all season tires with full wheel covers and a temporary spare tire. The measurement for the Toyota Echo wheels was 15 by 5.5 inches with a wheel base of 93.3 inches.
As of 2010, Toyota's most successful hybrid vehicle, the Prius, comes with a variety of green options. This vehicle also provides 15 4-by-100 steel wheel pattern and includes 15-by-6-inch P195/65R V all-season tires with a temporary spare tire.
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