Chevy Aveo Stock Steel Wheel Specs


Classified by the EPA as a subcompact car, the Aveo was developed and engineered by General Motors and branded under its Chevrolet label. Manufactured in South Korea by GM subsidiary Daewoo, the Aveo was introduced to American consumers in 2004 and has remained in production since. The Aveo is sold in six trim options, and the standard steel wheels vary according to trim level.

Wheel Size

  • The stock steel wheels for the 2010 Aveo are 15 inches for the 2LT trim options and the LT; 14 inches for the LS and LT trims.

Spare Wheel Type

  • All 2010 Aveos are outfitted with a compact steel spare wheel that is housed below the trunk.


  • All 2010 Aveos with 14-inch wheels are equipped with P185/60-HR14.0 BSW AS tires. Those with 15-inch wheels ride on P185/55-VR15.0 BSW AS tires.

Lug Pattern and Bore Hole

  • Recent Aveo models have lug bolt patterns of four bolts at a diameter of 100mm, with five 12mm-by-1.5-inch lug nuts. Centering the wheel on the hub is a 57.1mm center bore hole.

Lug Torque

  • The proper torque to tighten Aveo lugs to is 90 feet-pounds.

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