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5 Sedans In India With The Best Looking Alloy Wheels

Ah, yes…The Alloy Wheel! Probably the most loved and wanted car feature in India. Don’t quote my statistics but, Alloy Wheels are the most popular aftermarket car accessory in India. Next to Alloys should be the infotainment system. From small economy hatchbacks (Maruti Suzuki Alto) to big bulbous SUVs (Toyota Fortuner), India has alloy wheels for literally every car segment imaginable.

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But today, we are not talking about aftermarket Alloy Wheels. In today’s featured post, we bring you 5 Sedans in India with the best-looking alloy wheels. Please note: Looks and choice are subjective. Here goes:

  1. Skoda Octavia RS245

    Skoda Octavia RS245 | Sedans with LED headlamps
    Skoda Octavia RS245 | Sedans with LED headlamps

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    Probably everyone will agree on this. The Skoda Octavia vRS (or even the standard one) is a phenomenal piece of automotive art. The Octavia in its vRS avatar is a true performance-oriented enthusiast’s car. The Octavia vRS comes kitted up with an “n” number of features and one of that feature is the rad looking alloy wheels. I’ll let the picture do the talking.

  2. Hyundai Verna

    2020 Hyundai Verna Turbo
    2020 Hyundai Verna Turbo

    Here comes a legendary name in the C-Segment sedan segment. The Hyundai Verna upon its launch back in 2006 was a runaway success running head-to-head with the Honda City. There is no denying that the Hyundai Verna has one of the best-looking alloy wheels in the sedan category. Wouldn’t you agree?

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  3. Toyota Camry Hybrid

    2021 Camry Hybrid
    2021 Camry Hybrid

    A surprise entry in this list; the Toyota Camry Hybrid is a premium sedan with only the Skoda Superb as a fitting rival. The Camry is one of those cars, that is low-profile and sober. You will often see the Camry with an Executive or a Director being chauffeured and that is what it does the best.

    Some of you may like the Skoda Superb and its alloy wheels. But, I think the Camry’s thin-spoked wheels look absolutely handsome. Let’s agree to disagree on this.

  4. Honda City (4th Gen)

    Honda City
    2017 Honda City (Fourth Generation)

    When the 2020 Honda City was launched, the Internet got furious at Honda claiming they killed the legacy of the legendary City. The design was the main pain point that got many divided with different opinions. Me personally, I like the 4th-Gen Honda City and I am glad that Honda is still selling it alongside the newer one.

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    Coming to the alloy wheels, the Honda City in its top-end ZX avatar boasts a great looking set of Alloys. Hyundai fans might beg to differ. But, the 16-inch diamond-cut alloys on the City just look the part. Hyundai Verna or Honda City? Comment your favourite below.

  5. Tata Tigor

    2020 Tata Tigor
    2020 Tata Tigor

    Yes, I am well aware that the Tigor shares the same alloy wheels as its hatchback cousin Tiago. But what’s wrong with that? The Tigor/Tiago in its XZ variant comes with a good looking set of 14-inches. The overall look of the rims perfectly blends with the shape of the car. Not too oversized, not too undersized. Probably the best looking alloy wheels on a sub-4-meter sedan.

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So, these were 5 sedans in India with the best-looking alloy wheels. Do comment down below your opinion or your personal favourite addition to this list.

Akshat Ajeya
Lead, Content & Creatives at GoMechanic | Automobile Scale Model Collector | DIY guy | Consumer of many foods | CVT is not that bad


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