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They'll work but at 8.5J ET25 you might want to look into some spacers for a flusher fitment. Use for a nice calculator. Also I wonder if the rolling circumference of your choice of wheels might be off a little but the calculator will show if that's the case too.
The sportback might differ from my coupe so you might be best off taking your wheels off and checking their specs before measuring horizontally the distance between the tire and the wheel arch and decide on a distance you would be happy with for how much further out you would like the wheel to sit.
For my coupe there is a slight offset difference from front to rear for a flush fitment, but off the top of my head I would look at a 10" wide wheel with the offset as close to ET30 as possible and you'd probably need a small spacer at the rear. Also, for a daily, the -35mm H&R springs will be extremely low (I had them on mine) and I recommend the KW HAS kit or the H&R -25mm springs on every single lowering thread asked here.
Not sure about the allowed circumference % difference from OEM, it might be 3% but of course you would like to get it as close as possible.
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