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try putting one wheel of what you want to do on a hub to see if it fits
check for stud pattern and that the studs fit in the center of each hole
next measure the distance from the rim edge ( use a straight edge across the diameter and measure from that edge to the stud holes are ( measuring rim off set)
if both wheels measure the same then they should fit
go to a tire dealer and get the details of each rim to see if it can be done
the major items to be aware of are the stud pattern is the same pitch circle diameter ( bolts in the same circle ) and the center off set of the rim
it is difficult to say and the only people who will get close to answer are tire shops
number of studs, stud size, pitch circle diameter of the studs, wheel off set all have to be taken into account and tire shops will have a catalog of interchangeable wheels for your car
check this with a tyre shop as they will have the correct rims for the job What you have to look for is stud pattern (4-5 or 6) centre off set of the rims to miss the calipers. If you have 14" rims now then 16" will put you out about 10 klms/h. While bigger rims look cool there is a cost in tyres , fuel economy and speed fines from incorrect speedo readings so I would urge to consider this carefully.
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.
The VW wheels measure 14x6 57.1 and your corolla wheels are 14x5.5 54.1, the vw wheels are 1/2" wider but as long as you use the proper size tires for your corolla you wont run into any problems. also the bolt patterns will match they are both 4x100.