2015 Audi A3 tire sizes

Will it fit? Choose the best tire size for your 2015 Audi A3 vehicle by using our great tool that is always at hand.

Autotk.com lists a whole range of tire sizes fitting 2015 Audi A3 covering both original equipment manufacturer and optional sizes. The important common feature is the overall height of a tire fitting into the wheel arch.

While low-profile tires make a car more rigid affecting the driving comfort they also improve the road-holding ability allowing the vehicle to enter corners with more confidence. Low-profile tires also increase pressure on vehicle’s suspension but the improved exterior design balances all the disadvantages.

Find below the list of low-profile tires with a bigger rim diameter and high-profile tires with a smaller rim diameter.

Once you have decided on the tire size for 2015 Audi A3, you can browse the list of cars with the same fittings or compare with competitors. All the data has been aggregated from trusted sources.

225/50 R16 – low profile
  • Diameter 24.86"
  • Sidewall height 4.43"
  • Rim width 16x6.0, 16x6.5, 16x7.0, 16x7.5, 16x8.0
225/45 R17 – low profile
  • Diameter 24.97"
  • Sidewall height 3.99"
  • Rim width 17x7.0, 17x7.5, 17x8.0, 17x8.5
225/40 R18 – low profile
  • Diameter 25.09"
  • Sidewall height 3.54"
  • Rim width 18x7.5, 18x8.0, 18x8.5, 18x9.0
235/35 R19 – low profile
  • Diameter 25.48"
  • Sidewall height 3.24"
  • Rim width 19x8.0, 19x8.5, 19x9.0, 19x9.5

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And honestly, if anything you’re gonna pay extra for in this car, that should be it. If you’re keeping track at home, you might be thinking those numbers are exactly what Volkswagen has for the GTI if you pay for that optional performance pack, and you’re absolutely right. Because this is the same engine and presumably the same exhaust system. So you’re getting exactly the same output. And that raises a question. Is this just the GTI dressed for dinner and without the hatchback? Nope, sorry. It just isn’t.


Sure, Audi offers its drive select system, so you can stiffen up the steering and you can sharpen the throttle responses and change the shift points, but the fact of the matter is the suspension is still much, much softer in this car than in the GTI. And so it should be. It’s designed to be comfortable and not necessarily particularly sporty.

2015 Audi A3 specs

0-60 times 5.9 - 7.1 sec
Horsepower 170 - 220 hp
Dimensions ...
Wheels 16x6.5 – 19x8.5
Tire size 225/50 R16 ...
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