Yes. We have a limited and an se and I'd say the 16in wheels are just better for comfort and quietness. I prefer the comfort over looksHi,
Is the Value Edition, with 16" tire and alloy, noticeably a bit more smoother and comfortable riding than the Limited with it's 17" tires and wheels? I figure the 16" have 1" more rubber so better insulation for bumps, ride comfort?
I have 15" steel rims. Ride is very smooth. Sometimes an upgrade in looks is a
That looks redonkulus. I guess that is the price you have to pay for being cool. :surprise:I’m considering changing the wheels out on this car when the time comes for new tires. I’m going to keep them the same size, though. Ride comfort and noise levels are great. Don’t want to mess with something that isn’t broken.
Man, isn’t this the truth? I saw someone already jammed 22’s on a new Civic ??*♂
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I agree. Nothing screams "I got weed in the glove box" like a stupid set of wheel rims. The cops know this and you see these clown cars pulled over all the time.That looks redonkulus. I guess that is the price you have to pay for being cool. :surprise:
Ditto. I switched from the 17" Limited wheels to the 16" VE. You can get the VE rims on ebay with TPMS sensors for $300.No doubt. Drove both Value Edition and Limited before buying my Limited. VE was smoother riding but the Ltd handled better. I wish Hyundai would have offered the VE's 16" alloy wheelset with the Limited instead of only 17".
I picked up a set of their used "scratch&dent" wheels for my sister's hybrid from these guys just a few months ago. They had some brake/road dust and were not shiny/new but not scratched and not dented. Just used. Some minor scuffing where the tire machine pulls the tire off but not even a 'scratch'. On 3 of the 4, the logo on the center cap still had the protective blue plastic stuck on.Yup, those are the ones I bought... although now the listing says "scratch and dent", so who knows what their last few sets look like.