Nothing is perhaps more important when it comes to keeping your car or truck’s tires from just rolling away than it’s wheels. And, not only are they invaluable in that aspect, but they also remain one of the best ways to personalize your ride, as expression of your own, individual taste. But it’s not those aftermarket wheels that we’re interested in today, instead we want to know what car maker has wheels that you’d least want to let go.
Whether it was painted and pinstriped spokes, gleaming chrome-plated covers, or aggressive alloys, over the course of automotive history factory wheels have long been an important styling component. Today, only the cheapest of rides are saddled with steel wheels and flimsy plastic hubcaps. The rest are offered with not juts one, but a multitude of alloy wheel shape and color options, many in sizes that demonstrate their position as a primary messenger of the vehicle’s styling and performance intents.
But which are the best? What factory wheels – alloy or hupcapped – are the most awesomest?
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