That is to say that you should be very
particularly about taking an expensive wheel like the OZ Classe whose
high gloss polished steel lip looks very noble indeed. But even in
comparison to modular wheels which enable to paint the inner part in
body colour leaving the outer rim blank, it isn't a cheaper option in
most cases for those who prefer that style which perfectly matches
with cars painted in dark metallic colours and decorated with
chromium trim strips.
And, the wheel is also available as a two piece model named Classe 2,
as a luxury escalation regarding the monoblock version. Unexpectedly
not at price ( available from 520€ in 18" ).
Twenty-seven € plus for the modular wheel is a reasonable extra
charge. For sure, many buyers will prefer it to the monoblock variant.
Another noble but not so expensive alternative is the brand new Titan
wheel. Although it bears this name it is made from an ordinary
aluminium alloy. Available in diameters from 15" to 18", its
application range covers the segments form the subcompact cars to
fine executive salons and sports cars. Its seven spokes emphasise
the noble character of the wheel. The spokes are extended widely to
the outer edge of the rim as much as to the badge of the wheel cap
which causes it to seem larger than it really is. That way it's not
only a wheel for all those who prefer another rim as the widespread
five spoke wheels but also one for all those who would like to equip
their cars with tires in standard dimension.
Both rims strongly manifest the surpassing image of wheels by
OZ-Racing. They are noble and very stylish but expensive - just like