From the net searching I've gathered that:
Alloy wheels are lighter than normal factory fitted steel wheels
They offer smoother steering and braking performance
But I like to know
What sort of better performance you get with alloy wheels - do you really feel the difference?
How much do they cost?
Do they wear & tear quicker compared to normal steel wheels?
Do they reduce fuel comsumption (as they are lighter)?
Why don't manufacturers fit them as standard?
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