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Hi,

i already own 20 inch Evoque rims (BJ32-FB). They happen to have the same dimensions (8.0 x 20") as the Disco Sport 20 inch rims.
Is there any reason I should not use those rims with my Disco Sport?

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No reply @Pete? :-/

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Hi Hauser

Sorry for the delay.

The recommended 20" wheels for the Discovery Sport are 245/45 R20 these are the same specification alloys as provided on the Range Rover Evoque when the 20" wheels are selected.

Therefore in answer to your question, there is no reason why you would be unable to use them on your Discovery Sport.

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Thank's a lot Pete, that's good news for me! :)
 

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Hi,

yeah wasn't my first choice either...
But I had the choice of paying 1.200 € for the 19 inch wheels plus lots and lots for 18 inch rims and winter tires OR stay with the 18 inch HSE rims (which I am going to use with winter tires) and pay just 1.850€ for new and unused 20" wheels (rims + tires).

So I decided to cut down the ride quality and save me some money. ;)
(Besides the fact that I love the look of those 20 inch wheels...)

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I have the 20's and the ride is fine when compared to a DS I had for a week with 19's

I also understand that the offset is different between Evoque and the DS on 20's, and the evoque wheels will sit 5mm closer to the car.

Land Rover Discovery Sport 2015, 2.2 SD 190HP
Tire Rim PCD THD CB
235/60R18 107H 8Jx18 ET45 5x108 M14 x 1.5 63.4
225/65R17 106V 7.5Jx17 ET40 5x108 M14 x 1.5 63.4
235/65R17 104V 7.5Jx17 ET40 5x108 M14 x 1.5 63.4
235/55R19 105V 8Jx19 ET45 5x108 M14 x 1.5 63.4
245/45R20 99V 9Jx20 ET40 5x108 M14 x 1.5 63.4

Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 2015, 2.2 SD 190HP
Tire Rim PCD THD CB
225/65R17 106V 7Jx17 ET45 5x108 M14 x 1.5 63.4 2.1
235/60R18 103V 8Jx18 ET45 5x108 M14 x 1.5 63.4 2.1
235/55R19 105V 8Jx19 ET45 5x108 M14 x 1.5 63.4 2.3 - 2.5
245/45R20 99V 8Jx20 ET45 5x108 M14 x 1.5 63.4 2.3 - 2.5
 

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pcheaven said:
I have the 20's and the ride is fine when compared to a DS I had for a week with 19's

I also understand that the offset is different between Evoque and the DS on 20's, and the evoque wheels will sit 5mm closer to the car.

Land Rover Discovery Sport 2015, 2.2 SD 190HP
Tire Rim PCD THD CB
235/60R18 107H 8Jx18 ET45 5x108 M14 x 1.5 63.4
225/65R17 106V 7.5Jx17 ET40 5x108 M14 x 1.5 63.4
235/65R17 104V 7.5Jx17 ET40 5x108 M14 x 1.5 63.4
235/55R19 105V 8Jx19 ET45 5x108 M14 x 1.5 63.4
245/45R20 99V 9Jx20 ET40 5x108 M14 x 1.5 63.4

Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 2015, 2.2 SD 190HP
Tire Rim PCD THD CB
225/65R17 106V 7Jx17 ET45 5x108 M14 x 1.5 63.4 2.1
235/60R18 103V 8Jx18 ET45 5x108 M14 x 1.5 63.4 2.1
235/55R19 105V 8Jx19 ET45 5x108 M14 x 1.5 63.4 2.3 - 2.5
245/45R20 99V 8Jx20 ET45 5x108 M14 x 1.5 63.4 2.3 - 2.5
Hi,

that table is not correct.
The 20" DS rims do have an 45 offset as well (not 40).

Sorry the attachment is in German. - "ET" is short for "Einpresstiefe" and translates to offset.

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Hi Hauser

Sorry for the delay.

The recommended 20" wheels for the Discovery Sport are 245/45 R20 these are the same specification alloys as provided on the Range Rover Evoque when the 20" wheels are selected.

Therefore in answer to your question, there is no reason why you would be unable to use them on your Discovery Sport.

Many thanks,
Pete
Hi,

sorry for hijacking this thread, but I have a very similar question.

Can I put a RR Evoque 18" rim onto a 2015 DS 2.2 SD4 Luxury, currently with the standard 20" rims ?

Is the offset the same ?

Thank you very much in anticipation.

Peter
 

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I did exactly that and sprayed the evolve wheels black.
 

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peter1959 said:
Hi Hauser

Sorry for the delay.

The recommended 20" wheels for the Discovery Sport are 245/45 R20 these are the same specification alloys as provided on the Range Rover Evoque when the 20" wheels are selected.

Therefore in answer to your question, there is no reason why you would be unable to use them on your Discovery Sport.

Many thanks,
Pete
Hi,

sorry for hijacking this thread, but I have a very similar question.

Can I put a RR Evoque 18" rim onto a 2015 DS 2.2 SD4 Luxury, currently with the standard 20" rims ?

Is the offset the same ?

Thank you very much in anticipation.

Peter
Hi Peter,

Thank you for your message.

Please send me the details of the vehicle in question in order for me to assist as necessary.

Thanks,

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Hi Amelia,

I'm in Australia (not sure if that makes any difference).

It is a late 2015 (November build) LR Discovery Sport SD4 Luxury, currently with 20" rims

My question is whether I can fit standard 18" RR Evoque rims on to this car, with no alterations.

Thanks

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peter1959 said:
Hi Amelia,

I'm in Australia (not sure if that makes any difference).

It is a late 2015 (November build) LR Discovery Sport SD4 Luxury, currently with 20" rims

My question is whether I can fit standard 18" RR Evoque rims on to this car, with no alterations.

Thanks

Peter
Good afternoon Peter,

Thank you for your post and your patience.

Thanks for letting me know your country of residence, it may mean your details are provided to the team for your market. For this information to be provided, I would require the VIN as your query is vehicle specific this information would be confirmed via the VIN. Should you wish to provide this via PM please do not hesitate to do so along with your contact details.

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peter1959 said:
Hi Amelia,

I'm in Australia (not sure if that makes any difference).

It is a late 2015 (November build) LR Discovery Sport SD4 Luxury, currently with 20" rims

My question is whether I can fit standard 18" RR Evoque rims on to this car, with no alterations.

Thanks

Peter
Good afternoon Peter,

Thank you for your post and your patience.

Thanks for letting me know your country of residence, it may mean your details are provided to the team for your market. For this information to be provided, I would require the VIN as your query is vehicle specific this information would be confirmed via the VIN. Should you wish to provide this via PM please do not hesitate to do so along with your contact details.

Thanks,
Amellia
Good luck with that Peter. I posted a query on here last September and like you, when they found out I was in Australia they just handballed it to my 'local market'. Needless to say I never heard from LR Australia. I hope things have improved since then and would be interested to know if you do better.
 

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Surely a quick question to the LR techs would give CRC the answer to them post here ? Can't be that hard surely. Also any half decent dealer should know the answer to this really.
 

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problem is this, the genuine LR DS wheels (17") cost AUD$700 - $800 depending on style.

3rd party alloys cost AUD$200 - $600, depending on the amount of bling (none wanted for my purpose).

So, it is not hugely in the interest of local JLR dealer to help me much at all.

I actually know the Evoque wheels will fit, as their specs are basically same as the DS, the issue I'm having is trying to establish the load bearing (spec) I need.

I think, from the LR DS specs, that the wheels have to be rated at least 670kg. Anyone know ?

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Even so, a good dealer, CRC should know the load bearing the wheels need to be.
 

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Good afternoon all,

Thank you for your patience.

I can confirm that as a part of the UK Customer Relationship Centre, I am only aware of information relating to UK specification vehicles. In this instance as the vehicle is of an Australian specification I will need the specific details in order to enquire.

Thanks,

Amellia
 
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