Good point Arun!
As far as I know the Wagon R has 13 inch rims (like most small cars). So you can put 13 inch alloys, without changing your tires. Go for light alloys preferably from a known brand so that your mileage is not affected!
Well, I would suggest you to go to any vendor directly, he can suggest you correctly on spot over your query. Even if your current tyres are incompatible with the new alloys, you can ask him a barter deals too…
@ Rishabh: This is to share with you that It’s a very conventional myth in India over Alloy Rims, “Alloy” itself is an hybrid form which gives more strength than metals and still remain lighter than them,,, plus in case of small cars which usually have thin tyres (rims – for mileage point of view), when we apply alloy rims on them who are wider…[Read more]
@Ashwani: Yes I know that! That’s what I meant. Alloy wheels are lighter than your average rims even if they are more in width. Wider tires obviously affect mileage. Alloy wheels help improve handling and improve grip but they can also make the ride bumpy if the tires are of a low profile. Also not all alloy wheels are lighter than steel rims.…[Read more]