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I’ve just rejoined the civic world with my 2019 diesel SR and so far loving it, the probably stupid question I have is that my space saver wheel from my previous car (Astra GTC) seems to have a very similar size and wheel size to what I’ve seen quoted for my new car. The tyre is a 125/70/17 with the 5 stud pattern, but is there any database somewhere I could find if my wheel could be used on my 10g with its 17 inch wheels?

I’m guessing the answer will be no, but I’d hate to go an buy another wheel to find it’s basically the same as the one I’ve got!
 

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But if you do, then do a front corner as that's where you are most likely to have a problem if there is one.
 

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I’ve just rejoined the civic world with my 2019 diesel SR and so far loving it, the probably stupid question I have is that my space saver wheel from my previous car (Astra GTC) seems to have a very similar size and wheel size to what I’ve seen quoted for my new car. The tyre is a 125/70/17 with the 5 stud pattern, but is there any database somewhere I could find if my wheel could be used on my 10g with its 17 inch wheels?

I’m guessing the answer will be no, but I’d hate to go an buy another wheel to find it’s basically the same as the one I’ve got!
https://www.wheel-size.com/size/honda/civic/2018/
https://www.wheel-size.com/size/vauxhall/astra-gtc/2015/
There is only 1mm difference on the offset. You would need a 64 -70mm spigot ring for the centre bore. But the biggest problem is the difference in the pcd 114.3mm for the Civic as opposed to 115mm for the Astra. If you do manage to hammer the wheel on, you will be putting undue strain on the studs. Which could end in spectacular failure.
I would sell the Astra one and put the money towards a correct fitment wheel
 
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