Which Wheels Are Right for You?
Alloy Wheels are lighter, thus carrying higher performance capabilities than steel wheels. They boast increased cornering and steering precision as well as decreased road feedback for better braking response.
Steel Wheels are heavier more durable wheels that are for performance in rugged terrains, such as snowy conditions or off-road paths. Due to the weight, they lack performance in other areas, such as braking.
Chrome is a finish applied to both alloy and steel wheels, serving for visual purposes. Drivers seek out chrome wheels to improve the aesthetic appearance of their vehicle. They require regular maintenance to keep up their cosmetic appeal.