What is Aluminum Wheel?
Aluminum alloy wheel is colloquially known as steel wheel. In fact, this is wrong information and there are differences between steel wheel and aluminum alloy wheel regarding production methods and materials used while aluminum alloy wheels have significant superiority in terms of performance, quality, fuel efficiency, and driving experience.
In fact, steel wheels are sold with plastic covers on them. Users mostly prefer aluminum wheels only for their visual contribution. Aluminum wheels are mostly lighter compared to steel wheels, thus provide performance and fuel efficiency advantages. Thanks to its property, aluminum quickly transfers heat formed on tire and brake systems, extending their lives. Also improves braking distance.
Performance and Fuel Efficiency
- Aluminum wheels are mostly lighter compared to steel wheels, thus providing performance and fuel efficiency advantages.
- Its light structure improves driving dynamics, improving handling and balance.
- Thanks to its property, aluminum quickly transfers heat formed on tire and brake systems, extending their lives. Also improves braking distance.
- Lug nuts that ensure installation to the car are clamped in a broader area. Lug nuts have a lower risk of loosening.
- Aluminum alloy wheels are single piece. They do not have the plastic cover that sheet metal wheels have, which have the risk of dislocating in motion.
- Have high balancing capability. Improves driving comfort and safety.
- Aesthetically Pleasing
- They are aesthetically pleasing. They give the car a pleasing look. Also, they have diverse model varieties. Noncorrosive.
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