Hello Team, I know this has been discussed already, here on T-Fiat and on other online forums. But still no conclusion drawn on the question wheather GP has 4x100 or 4x98 ? I m thinking about changing my stock wheels to alloys in near future. So doing some online digging but havent any concrete answers as yet. I have found in some places that the PCD of the wheels are 100 and not 98 !! Here are some link which says Grande Punto is 100 PCD and not 98 !! http://www.alloywheels.com/search.asp?strSize=15"&strSort=Low&pos=1&Make=Fiat&Model=Punto Grande 06> pcd and cener hole (bore) - The FIAT Forum Singapore No. 1 Car Forum & Car Club - MyCarForum > Rim PCD for different car makes..contribute! Has anyone got any offical confirmation from FAIT about GP wheel's PCD? I called up FIAT Helplline they asked me contacnt the Dealer for infor..Duhh ?? I have also read that upgrading tyres from 165/80/R14 (Active) to say 195 / 65 /14 leads to ODO errors and also leads to less milage, but then again E+ comes with 195 / 65 / R15, so how can here be a difference in the readings or milage?? So does E+ gives less milage than an Active variant ?? Or Does E+ ODO are configured differently for 195 / 65 / R15? (I know these are really stupid questions but I need to know ) And Finally will changing to after market alloys say 98 PCD (if GP has 98 PCD wheels) and 195 / 65 / R15 void the suspension warranty? Thanks in Advance Guys, PS. Mod please merge this thread to existing one if required.