VOXX WHEELS AND RIMS
Since 1996 until today, Voxx has come a long way. Although the aftermarket wheel industry itself has gone through numerous changes as the years have rolled by, Voxx has dealt with each of them individually as well as fended off the increased competition that began to surface as the industry grew. Throughout all the changes, Voxx has held on to its core principles: quality, availability, and competitive pricing. Together, these principles have helped build Voxx into the giant that it is today.
- ASTI - Graphite-MachinedVoxxStarting at: $187.68 (ea)$187.68
- BORSA - Silver-MirrorVoxxStarting at: $176.46 (ea)$176.46
- CAPRI - Black-MachinedVoxxStarting at: $181.56 (ea)$181.56
- FERRARO - Silver-MachinedVoxxStarting at: $191.76 (ea)$191.76
- MAGLIA - BlackVoxxStarting at: $173.40 (ea)$173.40
- MAGLIA - Silver-MirrorVoxxStarting at: $178.50 (ea)$178.50
- MG-3 - Silver-MachinedVoxxStarting at: $153.60 (ea)$153.60
Having gone from strength to strength, Voxx has been at the forefront of the automotive aftermarket industry for some time now and its status is undeniable. As a true industry leader, Voxx has been involved in many industry related changes, and has represented the aftermarket automotive industry at national conferences in Washington D.C. The company also had a part to play in providing input when the original J2530 testing specifications were being written.
Even to this very day, Voxx still retains many of the same customers that were with the brand from the time that it was founded. The emphasis the brand puts on satisfying its customers has led them to rely on Voxx and their experience within the industry. Not only that, but these customers also count on Voxx's reputation for providing peerless quality wheels that not only meet but actually blow the SAF Standard J-2530 out of the water. In an industry that is certainly ever-changing, Voxx's ability to keep with the times and steer itself even through the most turbulent changes has distinguished itself from most of its rivals.
| Posted by Benjamin | (Katy, TX)
Where as these wheels are a little pricy fro replacement wheels and difficult to find, they were just the thing. The RX300 Lexus is difficult to fit due to bolt pattern and off-set.
| Posted by Rodolfo | (Redgranite, WI)
I purchased these wheels for my wife's 04 SLK about two months ago. CARiD manager suggested 16" with a stock sidewall that gives a smoother ride, where the 17" and 18" with progressively smaller profiles offer better cornering but stiffer ride. I gave my wife the info, and she chose 16". I'm happy with the ride, but agree the 18" look better!
I used to have 18" Voxx wheels. I got them from CARiD for my old Grand Am, and over time never had a single issue with them. I never hit any curbs or anything crazy like that. The build quality for Voxx is nice. I just wanted to give you my personal experience with this brand.
I bought these for my Cobalt SS and decided to go with Camaro wheels. They have 5000 miles on the set. The tires are like new and no damage to the wheels. They look surprisingly good.
I put a set on my car a couple weeks ago, and I am very pleased with them. I have no rub issues on the rear and gained clearance on the front struts. They have a nice lip and the quality is really good for the price.