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The pevious versions of the escape used the same bolt pattern and center bore as the 06-12 fusions and milans. I'm guessing the new 13' escape does too. Anyway the 19" wheel would look great on a lowered fusion with some 235-35 or 245-35-19's.

Here is what it looks like

 

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Not a chrome fan.

I'm running 19" x 8.5" wheels (ET35) on my car with 245/35/19 tires. I'm lowered ~ 2" in coilovers. No rubbing.
 

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standard is a "luster nickel" painted 19 in the same design.
 

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Are the current Fusions running 5x108? I read somewhere that the 2013 are 5x108.
The current fusions/milans/MKZ's all run the ford standard 5 x 4.5" or 5 x 114.3mm
 

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Anyone done this yet?
 

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the '13 escape bolt pattern in 5x108. It matches the '12 focus and it appears potentially the '13 fusion.
 

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hmmm. interesting......
 

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the '13 escape bolt pattern in 5x108. It matches the '12 focus and it appears potentially the '13 fusion.
I was at the dealer today and measured the wheel on a 13 escape and they are indeed 5x108 so using them on the 06-12 fusions is a no go.
 

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You could always take a look at the 19's on the new Fusions...they look very similar...don't know the bolt pattern though.
 

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I haven't actually measured the 13 fusions, but they look to be 5 x 108
 

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Well...as you can now see in my avatar, the 2013 optional 19s on the Titanium are very nice...they are dark grey though and not chrome or brushed silver...so that might turn some folks off...it was actually a plus for me. :)
 
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