Affordable Winter Rims at Tire Rack

One of the benefits to having a dedicated winter tire and wheel package is the ease in switching from summer to winter tires, as you can do it at your convenience just before the snow hits. You no longer have to pay someone the typical $10-$15 dollars each to switch them out as that adds up over the seasons (approximately $320-$480 over four seasons).

Lets take a look at some excellent winter alloy wheel choices:

Elbrus WheelsRIAL Wheels
Elbrus I02Elbrus I05Rial FlairRial Como
Elbrus I02Elbrus I05RIAL FlairRIAL Como

Sport Edition Wheels
Sport Edition A7Sport Edition CXSport Edition F2Sport Edition F7
 Sport Edition A7 Sport Edition CX Sport Edition F2 Sport Edition F7
Sport Edition F10Sport Edition SXSport Edition TK1Steel Wheels
 Sport Edition F10 Sport Edition SX Sport Edition TK1 Steel Wheels, too

Like any of the RIAL Wheels, Elbrus Wheels, or Sport Edition Rims? We have 42 brands available and over 450 more styles for you to like. See which winter wheels will fit your vehicle in the winter package section at Tire Rack.

Comments

Thursday, November 1, 2012 by Ron Normandin

09 ford fusion sel 17" winter rims for snow tires, would you have a price per rim?
Saturday, November 3, 2012 by Marshall @ Tire Rack

Ron,
Wheels for this car are available in large numbers and start @ $103/ea.
-Marshall
Wednesday, April 15, 2015 by David Faubert

I have a set of Elbrus Wheels: 102 Silver machined with Ice Coating. 17 X 7.5 Offset +38 mm, Back Space 5.78", Bolt Pattern 5-100. One wheels has been damaged, I am looking for 2 wheels. Can you help, if so how much ?
Thursday, April 16, 2015 by Tire Rack Team

David, Thank you for your inquiry, however the Elbrus wheel brand has been discontinued and is no longer in inventory.
Friday, January 8, 2016 by Ted Amicone

Please help me...

My friend previously owned a 2011 Ford Flex FWD which he purchased a set of 4 Elbrus 102-7.5 JJ 17" (internal markings-ET-45/A 478) including the 235/60 R17 Blizzak WS70 which are still mounted and almost brand new. I'm not sure if there is more information located within the tire hidden inside the the rim?

My question is will they will fit my 2013 Nissan Altima 3.6 SV? My car has OE rims and tires-235/45 R18" with OE tires that need to be replaced.

I have tried to find the information on line but to no avail. I can't find bolt pattern or offset for these rims and was hoping that since you used to sell them, you might be able to provide this information to me? IF not, I'll have to go to my local garage and ask them to see if it will fit properly?

Kind regards,
Ted
Monday, January 11, 2016 by Tire Rack Team

Ted, The tires themselves will be too tall for the Nissan unfortunately. Although they use the same bolt pattern, the center bore and offset are not the same and would like rub on the Nissan. -- sonny@tirerack.com

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