have seen it on few cars, looks good on dark coloured ride.
What settings are you talking about specifically?
These rims are OEM or chinese replica of Oem ? I suggest go for the bottom left one only.
Just seen Indian toyota website...
Believe me much superior option then Indus Corolla...
All New Corolla Altis
Go for whatever heart says, bottom left looks nice. OEM alloys look nice too.
India is ahead in everything, that is why. Don't want to start a political debate, but we must admit that we are a failing nation as a whole.
For the price the Indus motors corolla is okay. Thai and Indian corolla costs more too
Advice on lowering Grande? It is feasible or does it affect the car badly? Or it has any positive sides?From where is available? Approx price? The springs are imported or local?
Any idea. Please help
You are right , THERE ALTIS is alot better in every way , Safety wise SR Airbags ,cruise control ,Even there toyota is offering diesel engine aswell , ah
But it's really costly. In PKRs it costs nearly 3m I guess. So in accordance to this, we are getting what we pay for.
kindly msg me from where did you got these rims? and price please
Will stick with the Grande/Altis ones for some time
They are best for your ride. 16" will be a bit of a burden on 1.3 liter engine. It will decrease performance and fuel efficiency as well.
Kuch bhi nahin hota.
Ye kehne ki baat hai. I had fielder with genuine company fitted 17" alloys. The car average never went above 10 km/l and after 30,000 kms I had to do a complete suspension overhaul from new shocks to pressing of ball joints. Furthermore, the disc pads too needed service or replacement more often. For a reason company has specified the rim and tyre size. After all they know better then us.
You can play with tyre size between 195-210 as mentioned in door side.
Booked my car in dec with Central Motors Karachi in Dec, getting my car tomorrow IA
Altis 1.6 Super White
Power wears out those who don't have it !
Bohat kuch hota hai,Go to a rims shop and check the weight of 15" then 16" and then 17"The diff of weight will open your eyes.With heavy weight the fuel consumption suffer.