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Old 02-10-2012, 01:50 PM
 
Location: Wichita Falls, TX
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Nothin worse than a buy here-pay here Impala with bling, same for the 300. Ghetto fabulous.
How 'bout a buy-here-pay-here Impala with rent-to-own wheels?
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Old 02-10-2012, 04:03 PM
 
Location: Grosse Ile Michigan
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I agree on the cleanly designed 5-spoke wheel (on 5-lug vehicles). I think 6-lug vehicles look best with 6-spoke wheels, but that is simply a perception and symmetry thing for me. In fact, the new 2012 Grand Cherokee is probably one of the only vehicles I have purchased where I don't feel the need to swap out the wheels. IMHO, Jeep got these 20" OEM wheels perfect.
Yes. That is fairly well balanced/complimentary. What made me really look at other new cars was the 2013 Malibu. Neat lookging car, but totally overwhelmed by the absurd wheels. Then I realized that most of the GM cars on display were like that to some degree, then I started looking at other new cars ont he road or int he garage and realized that it is more common than not at least for the past year or so.
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Old 02-13-2012, 10:33 AM
 
Location: Seattle, WA
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Ahh yes, the chrome clad wheel. It is real chrome yes, but over a plastic wheel cover glued to an alloy wheel.

Changing the wheels is usually the first thing I do to my vehicles, or at the very least in the top five. I don't like chrome wheels, but I can understand why manufacturers use them. More people seem to like them then don't.
Yep, this is almost exactly what my father told me to look out when I was buying my first car. If you don't ask them about the wheels they're not going to tell you anything about them.

I'm not for the gaudy look either, if I can't convince the dealer to change it, I'll do it myself.
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