• Vehicle: 1999 Honda Civic EX Coupe
    Wheel Diameter: 16
    5
    • Location:
      FRANKLIN, WI
    1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
    September 17, 2015
    Got these TRMotorsports 16" with mounted and balanced Hankook Ventus V2 tires. I am really happy with the looks although they are described as light grey, they are more of a titanium color with a satin finish. They look better than expected and at around 15lbs they are larger and lighter and work perfectly on my Civic
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  • Vehicle: 1991 Mazda Miata
    Wheel Diameter: 15
    4.8
    • Location:
      Poulsbo, Wa
    6 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
    April 08, 2012
    I run these on my Spec Miata race car with extended studs and 5mm spacers, BUT, if I had a street Miata these wheels in a 30 mm offset would be the ones I would use. Great price, great look in any color and a significant performance upgrade over the 14" stock wheels. If the car is lowered significantly, you will need to roll the fender lip a bit, but only if you lower below 5" ride height and use the car for autocross or track days. Terrific value!
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  • Vehicle: 2011 Honda Fit Base
    Wheel Diameter: 15
    4.6
    • Location:
      Pittsburgh, PA
    3 out of 5 people found the following review helpful:
    February 06, 2012
    These replaced the stock wheels and tires for the winter. I was surprised to find that even with the winter tires, there is a definite handling advantage with these much-lighter-than-stock wheels that I can feel. At the price, can't beat it. I can't wait to wear out the all seasons on the stock wheels and switch these to summer tires. BTW, for those ordering the TPMS, Honda requires that you go to the dealer to have them initialized. If there is a next time I'll just save the TPMS money, leave the yellow light on for the winter, and check the pressure often the way I always do anyway.
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  • Vehicle: 1990 BMW 325is
    Wheel Diameter: Not Provided
    5
    • Location:
      Tampa, fl
    4 out of 9 people found the following review helpful:
    June 21, 2010
    Awsome wheel. Now find us some wheel caps. Please.
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  • Vehicle: 2007 Toyota Yaris Hatchback
    Wheel Diameter: Not Provided
    4.2
    • Location:
      Germany, RP
    13 out of 13 people found the following review helpful:
    June 11, 2010
    Gotta say, for the money, not sure you can beat it. I'm, sure there will be someone to follow me that was as UNhappy as I am happy. Cheap, 12.xlbs!, stay clean, and even if they are dirty, you'd have to look to see it.



    I have a light, underpowered car, and went to 205/50 RE-11 tires and the car is a BALL to drive now. No rubbbing, great finish, especially for the price.



    I bought them mounted and balanced, all works great, nice nuts (you're welcome), no rusting, no pitting.



    Again, you're looking at lots more money for a similar weight wheel, if weight matters to you, and it should. Yes, they are no-name, yes they are made in China, so you might complain about that, but these are the better sort of thing from China, and they are certainly capable of making high quality stuff.
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