Best part is that those 20" XSE wheels are actually not that pricey to buy for how big they are. For some reason, they are noticeably cheaper than the 20" wheels that Toyota puts on the Limited and Platinum trims. It was actually cheaper to buy a set of four of those XSE wheels through a local dealer's website than to buy a set of the Limited/Platinum wheels used on Ebay or Craigslist. I suppose it's helpful that my local dealer's website sells those XSE wheels new for about 30% off of MSRP.
Whatever for?hi all, i am planning to put a 20" rim on my 2020 Toyota Highlander. any advice ? tips ?. thank ya'll
I disagree. My 2006 Highlander has 249,873 miles on it. I’ve had it since 2007. I can’t see me ever letting her go. I’m doing plain steel 18-inch wheels with Conti Ultra’s 255/55x18 tires. When I was making payments she was a liability. For the past 14, low risk, high return asset.Whatever for?
Presumably, your vehicle was designed and engineered to operate effectively and efficiently using the wheel size and tires it came with from the factory. It is, now three years old and a depreciating asset by definition, so you'll be selling it in another three years or so? Maybe with a spare set of 18" wheels and tires?
Assuming you are in need of a fresh set of tires this 'plan' will cost you the difference in price between the 18" tires Toyota recommends and the 20" tires that "look great" to the many strangers you drive by plus the price of four new rims, less whatever you can get for your used set on Ebay or Craigslist. Curious, have you done that Math yet, or are you in the early stage of your dreaming - planning?
Did you contact a dealer or read the warranty carefully to see if changing wheels might impact your warranty or insurance coverage?
Its a car fro heavens'sake, not a status symbol or a decoration! It must have looked 'good' to you at some point, after all you bought and paid/are paying for it. Accept it like the wife's looks and live with it.
Grease up your wallet, the bills are going to be flying out of it. 20" wheels are expensive, so are the tires that fit them. Bear in mind that you will not have the same cushion effect and that may affect the ride quality and sensitivety to pot hole damage to those expensive rims.hi all, i am planning to put a 20" rim on my 2020 toyota highlander. any advice ? tips ?. thank ya'll