I would not suggest it as the offset on the rear wheels is different because the s2000 is rear wheel drive.... the accord is not!! trying to take corners would not be fun or safe due to the different sizes
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Hi there: Your VIN code refer at one 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4x4 4.0L 6-cyl. Quadra-Trac, then, according with this, you must pay attention to the Standard tire size (in case of different tires in front and rear the dimensional data are valid for driving or rear wheels): Standard tire size: P 215/75 R 15 Tire width (mm): 215 Tire sidewall factor: 75 Rim size (in): 15
Normally put 35 all around for all cars unless they are trailer tires or cars that need high pressure tires. Honda usually recomment 30-32 psi, but to me i think it is different when you
get bigger rims because the side wall on a 65 and a 40 are totally
both tires will fit on the 15 inch rim But be advised make sure you have same size tires on the drive wheels being as your car is front wheel drive u want both the front tires to be the same size if this is not done u will burn up your transmission if you have to put a odd ball tire on put it on the rear
exact opposite is true for rear wheel drive car on a rear wheel drive car u want both rear tires to be the same size
Tire A: 195/65 R 15 (25 x 7.68 x 15)
B: 215/60 R 15 (25 x 8.46 x 15)
I would advise you to leave both sides with 235 45 17 this tire size would provide you with better handling and improved comfort also tires wil be more protected of suffering damage in the sidewalls caused by bumps and potholes just remember to keep them inflated at 38 +/- 2 psi.
When resizing tires, the best method is +1,-1 or -1, +1. That is, if you add to the width one size (i.e. 235 -> 245), then you need to go down one aspect ratio (i.e. 40 -> 35). So if you run 225/40ZR18 tires and want to keep your speedo accurate, 235/35ZR18 works for a "plus one" and 215/45ZR18 will work for a "minus one" change. This way, your impact on speedometer accuracy is minimal.