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Old 28th November 2009, 12:00   #1
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Question Price depreciation on Exchange of OE Alloys.

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I am planning to buy a new Car with OE Alloys.
I also plan to exchange the OE Alloys (only alloys, no tyre upgrade).
Though I dont hate the OE alloys that much, but may not want to keep them for long.

I want to know what is the cost depreciation on exchange of OE Alloys in say like 5-6 months ?
Should I get them exchanged as soon as I get the new car, or can I replace them few months later whenever I want (have enough moolah to blow on great alloys).

Also please suggest good place(s) to buy aftermarket Alloys in Delhi.
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Put it up on the classifieds here and they'll be gone before you know it, provided the price is decent.
Btw, what car?
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Put it up on the classifieds here and they'll be gone before you know it, provided the price is decent.
Btw, what car?
Car will be Ritz ZXI.
About Price, I am not sure at present.
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100 PCD 14" rims should move pretty easy on here.
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IMO, keep the original alloys with you and buy another set of alloys for the Ritz, that is if you really intend to change the wheels.

These cost a bomb to buy from the dealer whereas your after market guy will buy it for a song.

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I dont see you getting anything substantial for your stock rims regardless of the condition. You mite as well keep it if you someday decided to get the car back to stock condition.
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