I just got wheels for my 2019. For some reason they use the skinniest wheel they could on that tire. I think it is for weight as well as needing that width tire for the load rating, anything smaller and the load rating is too low. The ecopia are sl load rating which means they cant take as much load as the same size xl rated tire.
When taking a turn fast, the car just felt "squishy", which I think is a combo of soft suspension and the tire being wider than optimal(for good handling) on that width rim.
I pretty much looked at all the options for wheels and tires on that car, and for weight and handling the best and cheapest I found are these:
https://www.discounttiredirect.com/buy- ... am/p/47826
17x8 45mm offset
You can use the ecopia on this wheel but I would recommend for price and performance falken azenis 510 tires or continental extreme contact. They are some of the lightest tires you can get. But they are high performance summer tires so it depends on what you are after.
If you want a wheel that is not that wide, motegi and konig have some inexpensive options as well. The motegi 140 and 131 are both 7" and weigh in around 17 lbs. The wheel you linked to is 20 lbs. So there won't be much weight savings there over stock.
Check out some of the konigs too. If you go to motegi or konig website they list wheel weight for most of their wheels. If you go to a site like discount tire or tire rack they can be wrong about weight.
Discounttiredirect.com has by far the lowest prices on wheels and tires so whatever you get I would look there for it.