VFM : Alloy Wheels vs Wheel Covers?


Which is Value For Money?


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350Z

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Alloy wheels would affect mileage, don't know whether they will increase or decrease the same
Being lighter in weight than steel rims, alloy wheels are believed to help in an increased FE but the difference is insignificant.

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I heard that Alloys/Tyres (When upsized) also effect Speedo reading. Is it true?
Yes, it is true. You have to reprogram the ECU after this change in order to reflect the correct reading on speedo (But a slight speedo error is still there anyway).

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Is there is difference in speedo reading between a digital and analog ODO?
not the right place to ask this question,
but , yes, there may be some error / difference of speed in analog and digital.
its obvious that they (OEMs) try to make it as precise as much possible, but there will be some difference. you can compare them with GPS speed on highway ( with someone sitting on your left side to prevent any unexpected [lol])
 

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@Navneet - Its the poll for which one is VALUE FOR MONEY. Right?
It's obvious that Alloys are better-looking. Better looks are standard in alloys for the extra bucks you spend.[;)]
 

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