Your rim question is just like your spring question - what are you looking for?
OEM rim size is 16" diameter which offers a good compromise between ride comfort and performance/looks.
Bigger wheels weigh and cost more than smaller ones (more metal) but allow a lower profile tire in the same rolling diameter. Some folks on this forum have gone all the way to 20" wheels. Bigger tires cost more than smaller ones.
diameter) / lower profile tires look cool and improve handling but reduce ride comfort since they tend to ride more harshly than stock because they have a shorter sidewall.
Many folks here are running 18x8 aftermarket wheels. Use this Size Comparer to try to stay close to the stock rolling radius to minimize speedometer error:
Custom rims, wheel tire packages for your ride - RIMSnTIRES.com
On the left hand side, click on Shop Rims by car, enter your car, then on the left hand side click on Size Comparer.
Home - Discount Tire Direct
often runs package discounts, and they also have a tool to help you visualize your potential new wheels on your car.
Have fun shopping!