17 inchers by default are "styled steel wheels." Aluminum alloy is also available at a higher price. 16 inch is steel with "wheel cover" aka hubcap. Others have no hubcaps.flyingn said:+ I believe that with the 17's you get aluminum wheels..
how do you like your base model? do you have 16 in wheel with it?? Thanks for providing the input.jabba2000 said:
I like it, kinda bland looking outside so I'm looking for the mudguards and side door molding. Now wifie says she wants the cargo tray too for the back. But aside from the looks, the car rides well. (I know, I haven't posted any pics. So if you want to see what it looks like, look at "flyingn"'s pictures, and scrape off the foglights and the "Limited" logo. (and change the tires, and omit the digital a/c, etc. etc. etc... - but they're both red )kendfw said:how do you like your base model? do you have 16 in wheel with it?? Thanks for providing the input.
My 2000 has painted steel wheels. Yes, over time they will rust. The cleaner and drier you can keep them, the longer you can hold off the inevitable.jabba2000 said:never had steel wheels (without hubcaps that is). This may sound dumb, but doesn't steel rust? Anybody else have [another] car with these type of wheels? How do they hold up?