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Old 08-21-2009, 05:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What are the Premium Wheels?

Hi m8s,

Does anyone know what are the Premium Wheels? What's the difference between Premium Wheels and Alloy Wheels?

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Hi m8s,

Does anyone know what are the Premium Wheels? What's the difference between Premium Wheels and Alloy Wheels?

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Sounds to me like you are trying to use KBB right? Well, here is my question to you: what year is the car? In gen 3/3.5, The V6 models came with the 10 spoke, 15 inch alloys. I think the 4 cylinders came with 14 inch alloys, which I'm not really sure how to describe... So my assumption would be the following: 10 spoke 15 inch alloys are premium and 14 inch alloys are the, well, allow wheel I believe that the gen 4/4.5 came with different options. Someone else is probably more knowledgable of the gen 4/4.5 alloy options! Hope this helps!
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Sounds to me like you are trying to use KBB right? Well, here is my question to you: what year is the car? In gen 3/3.5, The V6 models came with the 10 spoke, 15 inch alloys. I think the 4 cylinders came with 14 inch alloys, which I'm not really sure how to describe... So my assumption would be the following: 10 spoke 15 inch alloys are premium and 14 inch alloys are the, well, allow wheel I believe that the gen 4/4.5 came with different options. Someone else is probably more knowledgable of the gen 4/4.5 alloy options! Hope this helps!
Thanks. I will move to other country and I must sell my car. It's a 2000 Camry V6 Le gold edition, I know the wheels are alloys but I don't know if they are premium.
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from what i'm aware there are three types of alloys for our camry
i think most xle's have this one and the other two are on the se



just found this chrome one spiffy, i think these were on supras?

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In general, if you have a standard factory wheel of some sort, I'd just list plug them in on KBB as alloys.

I wouldn't consider them "premium" unless they were really nice aftermarket wheels or they were a "dealer upgrade" wheel like the TRD wheels that you can order on the current Camry.
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