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No ---not unless you put a 15" rims on the car. The tyre sizing reads like this
185 is the width of the rim from bead to bead in millimetres
the 65 is the profile height --- distance of the rim from the road surface
r is for radial
14 is the rim diameter in inches
now you can understand why a 15"tyre will not fit a14" rim
no they gave you wrong bolt pattern . dont matter 13,14,15,16 long as bolt pattern rigth . measure bolt pattern .on 5 lug measure from one stud to the one across from it . maybe 5 inch or 5 1/4 bolt pattern. trucks wheels are differnt than car pattern.
You can't put a 15 on a rim that is for a 14 inch tire................For example if you have 205-75R14 just for example you can't put a 15 inch tire on it unless they are for example 205-75R15...........................Hope this helps you out............Rims with same bolt patteron will work...................If Hot Rod in engineering can work.
Figure out what it is, an SL1 being SOHC or an SL2 being DOHC. If it is a SOHC then it came with 14 inch rims and if it is a DOHC then it came with 15 inch rims. Once you know what it is then call around to local junkyards, or auto recylers if it sounds better, and tell them you need 4 rims of the right size. Rims usually cost about 20 bucks apiece used and any Saturn rim 91-20 will fit the car, with the proviso that they must be the right rim, being 14 inch or 15 inch. If you put the wrong size on, your speedometer and odometer will be way off and your transmission life with be greatly reduced. Then get yourself some regular tires to fit the rims and sell those stupid rims on craigslist to some dumb kid.
Your Taurus tires are slightly narower ( 1/2 inch ) which is not a problem , but will offer slightly less protection for your rims from curb rash. Your taurus tires are quite a bit shorter , smaller in diameter than your sadona ( about 1 1/2 ) inches. The taurus tires will have to spin faster for the vehicle to travel the same speed. Assuming you are changing all 4 tires there is not really a safety issue , however , your speedometer will not give an acurate indication of your speed.
205/60/15 is a very popular tire size and my personal opinion would be to sell the new tires and ford rims for about $ 300 - $ 400 to someone who has a ford , and use the $$ to buy proper sized tires for your kia. I would go with a good , agressive snow tread on the front , and just a good all season tire on the back.
they should fit--only problem would would be a turning clearance up front check clearance by turning wheel all the way to left and make sure tires clear frame and front end components than do same all the way to right
as a rule of thumb every inch bigger you go, you want to go 10% lower on the aspect ratio. so the 195/65/15 will be 195/45/17 and the 205/60/15 will be 205/40/17. the 205/40/17 are a lot more common there for a wider selection and lower price. Good Luck