What Are The Most Affordable Non-Rep Car Wheels?

April 28, 2022

Best Affordable Non-Rep Car Wheels of 2022

Rep wheels have become the hottest topic on the car side of TikTok and Instagram in the last year, and it's turning comment sections into war zones - some people like them, some people hate them, and more people just can't stop comparing them to "real wheels."

If you've been taking a look at these comments and really feel like you need to get yourself a set of real wheels, or you just want to make sure that you're getting a quality wheel with a reputable name, but also want to make sure that you're not spending more money on your wheels than you are on your car, we've got you covered. We've compiled a list of the most affordable non-rep wheels that you can still get today - check them all out below!


Table Of Contents:

-Gram Lights 57DR

-Enkei NT03

-Anovia Titan

-Konig Hypergram

-Rotiform KPS


2019 Honda Civic Type R with Gram Lights 57DR wheels

Features and Cost of the Gram Lights 57DR

Rays Engineering's own Volk brand is a pretty recognizable name in the aftermarket wheel industry, known best for top models like the T37, and other solid wheels that will forever be iconic. Unfortunately, Ts don't come at a very friendly price point, but luckily, Rays also has another line of wheels known as Gram Lights.

Now, Gram Lights makes some fantastic-looking wheels and one that seems to stand out is the 57DF, a six-spoke wheel that comes in a variety of awesome finishes and in sizes that work for most platforms. Since these are manufactured by Rays, you can expect similar qualities that their other wheels have to offer - they won't be as lightweight, but they still offer good brake clearance and durability to make sure that they look good on any car, whether it's at the show or the track.

For a set of 18-inch 57DRs, you can expect prices starting at around $1700-1800 depending on which size and finish you go with.

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1992 Nissan Skyline with Enkei NT03 wheels

Features and Cost of the Enkei NT03

Enkei has been a well-known brand in the car wheel game for years now, thanks in large part to the RPF1 - while this is a super respected wheel in the aftermarket car scene, some people are kind of just over them. They've seen them way too much, and to each their own - the RPF1 is a fantastic wheel but really, there's no arguing the oversaturation it has in the market.

Now, Enkei of course makes other wheels, one of which is a personal favorite of ours, in the NT03. The NT03 is a multi-spoke wheel with a unique addition to it - it looks like the form of a ring that intersects all the spokes, which is pretty neat. Lots of people would classify this as a spider web wheel, or a Spiderman wheel, but either way, it's a fantastic choice. Also, it's compatible with a ton of vehicle platforms and comes in many size and offset options so you can really dial in that fitment.

In terms of price, the NT03 does come in at a bit higher price point than the RPF1, which usually strays some people away, but not by much. Usually, you can expect these wheels to go for around $1400 per set.

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2021 Tesla Model 3 Performance Edition with Anovia Titan Wheels

Features and Cost of the Anovia Titan

Third on the list comes from a new kid on the block. Spoiler alert: it's us. We're the new kid.

Of course, we're talking about the Anovia Titan - the Titan is an original Deco Directional design that was introduced in 2020 and has become one of the most popular wheels of the Anovia lineup. Deco Directional means that there's a left and a right side to them, so both sides of your car will have the wheels go in the same direction, something that really wasn't done in the past. If you wanted directional wheels, you had to pay extra for either a forged or multi-piece option, but now you can get one in a lightweight rotary forged option, which is rad.

The Titan is currently the lightest wheel in the Anovia lineup, coming in at 17.8 pounds - it comes in either Brushed Apollo Silver or Matte Raven Black, plus a third finish coming later this year. We're super proud of the Titan, and put a lot of time and effort into making these things the best they possibly could be, for an affordable price point as well.

The Anovia Titan starts right around $1020 and caps out at $1180 for the largest size, 18x10.5.

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2021 Mazda MX-5 Miata with Konig Hypergram wheels

Features and Cost of the Konig Hypergram

Lightweight really is the way to go when it comes to your wheels, as keeping that rotational mass low is the key to good performance and should really be expected with an aftermarket set. Another wheel that does this really well is the Konig Hypergram.

Konig has a ton of great wheel designs that offer qualities and features that compete with the best in the industry - the Hypergram, as the name implies, is not only a great-looking wheel that comes in a variety of sizes but also is incredibly lightweight. Flow forming manufacturing processes have become hugely popular with wheel companies of today, and this ensures that the Hypergram is not only lightweight but also strong, complying with load ratings to meet JWL and VIA testing.

Also, the Hypergram comes in at a lower end of the price point here, which makes it a great wheel for any budget - you can expect it to be right around $1000-11000 for 18s, dropping all the way down to $650 for a 15-inch setup.

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2019 VW Jetta with Rotiform KPS wheels

Features and Cost of the Rotiform KPS

Closing out our list is the Rotiform KPS - Rotiform is probably most well-known for their crazy unique multi-piece forged designs, but they also do a good job with their monoblock wheels all the same. The KPS is one of these, and we've seen them on everything from wide S4s to Accords.

This wide-set spoke design makes the KPS a great choice for Euros and big-body Japanese sedans like the Accord - it made our cut for the top 12 wheels of 2022, and it's pretty easy to see why. It's got the Rotiform name, sizes that people want, and comes in at a decent price, starting right around $1,360.

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Shop Non-Rep Aftermarket Car Wheels At Fitment Industries

There are a ton of wheels out there that can fall into what we're classifying as the "non-rep wheels" bracket. We keep saying that because rep wheels have really been blown into something more than they actually are, and we've done a blog about that right here on our site - check that out if you want!

In any case, there are a ton of good options out there both within and outside of the brands listed here, and we're happy to help you find the right set of wheels for your build. Feel free to reach out if we can lend a hand, or check out our store today and snatch up the perfect wheels for you.

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