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Top 5 Wheel and Tire Packages Under $1500

March 30, 2020

1. F1R F29 / Nitto Neo Gen

F1R F29Nitto Neo Gen

F1R has become a very popular brand for those looking to get a beautiful wheel at an affordable price. The F29 is arguably one of their most popular designs. It features a twisted multi-spoke design that looks good on everything from a WRX to a Camry and a Focus. The F1R F29 comes in a bunch of finishes and sizes so check them out and see if there's an F29 for you.

The Nitto Neo Gen can complement your new F1R F29s by bringing you great performance at a low cost. These tires offer great traction for daily driving, a unique tread pattern for styling, and they have the ability to be stretched.

The average price for this wheel and tire package is around $1300.

Bagged CamryBagged Camry

2. Option Lab R716 / Hankook Ventus V2 Concept 2 / V12 Evo 2

Option Lab R716Hankook Ventus V2 Concept 2

You typically see this wheel on cars like the Subaru BRZ and Ford Focus ST because the sizes suit them so well. These wheels have a split five-spoke design that quickly sinks in towards the hub. This gives the R716 a really aggressive overall look. Color choices for the Option Lab R716 are Black, Bronze, Gold, White, Gray, and they even feature a dark Blue. 

The Hankook Ventus V2 Concept 2 will be perfect if you're looking for a good all-around daily driving tire. They are very popular and offer a good bang for your buck. If you're willing to spend a little more on tires, the V12 Evo 2 will give you a more aggressive tread pattern and slightly better performance.

Pricing for this wheel and tire package typically sits around $1300.

Lancer GT Option Lab R716Option Lab R716 Lancer GT

3. Konig Ampliform / Toyo Extenza HP II

Konig AmpliformToyo Extenza HP II

The Konig Ampliform is a flow formed wheel that comes in a variety of sizes. This wheel looks good on pretty much everything but we do tend to see them on newer Civics, Velosters, WRXs, and even VW GTIs. The Ampliform will give you an aggressive track-ready look on a budget.

Pair the Konig Ampliform with the Toyo Extenza HP II and you have yourself a pretty solid setup. The Extenza HP II is another really popular balanced tire that offers great daily drivability while having a more aggressive tread styling.

This package can go over $1500 but if you're running a smaller setup like an 18-inch wheel, you can typically see prices around $1460.

Konig Ampliform MustangKonig Ampliform Mustang

4. Cosmis Racing XT206R / Nankang NS25 / NS20

Cosmis Racing XT206RNankang NS25

We're sure you've heard of the Cosmis Racing XT206R before and in fact, you've probably seen them in person. They can be found anywhere from video games to your local car meets. This is arguably the most popular wheel on this list and for good reason. The XT206R comes in a ton of finishes and the look goes with just about any build.

The Nankang NS25 is your basic well-performing daily driving tire. This tire is so popular because its price is so low. Nankang produced a great tire at an even better cost and from what we here, they did a pretty good job.

A set of Cosmis Racing XT206Rs paired with a Nankang NS25 will run you right under $1500.

Cosmis Racing XT206R WRXCosmis Racing XT206R

5. Kansei KNP / Federal SS595

Kansei KNPFederal SS595

The Kansei KNP is arguably the most popular wheel the company produces. The KNP is a beautiful, classic five-spoke wheel that has become incredibly popular with the JDM community. The KNP offers a style that is very sought after at a really affordable price.

The Federal SS595, like others on this list, is designed for daily use but offers an aggressive tread pattern. They look good, ride well, and come in an absolutely insane amount of sizes.

This package typically comes in right under $1300.

Subaru BRZ Kansei KNPSubaru BRZ Kansei KNP

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