16's can look just as good as bigger wheels if done right imho. I like 16's and I dont intend to go over 17's. And only 17's for their being a ton of high performance tire options compared to 16's ..
2009 Altima coupe 2.5 6spd
Amsoil synthetics, LED lights, illuminated kickplates, WC Lathewerks shift knob, Racing Line STS/TB kit/strut bar/RSB/ front & rear end links/ first 4th gen 2.5 with racing Line springs, first 4th gen to swap 7th gen maxima brakes (on 16" wheels).
-Plans for now/future:restored old school wheels in progress/ quad projector retrofit in progress.
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I think they can look much better then just "decent".. It's just a very different look from what most people go for. My coupe rides on 16's and looks pretty damn good in my mind ! But my wheel setup is not what you would call stock, almost all the suspension has been modified or upgraded with other stuff.. I'd call it like an old school sleeper style
True 90% of the time, But small wheels can look very nice on any car, you just have to do it "carefully". Almost every coupe I see has bigger wheels, every non OEM one I've pretty much seen has 18s-19s on it at least, dont like the look a ton but w/e. every cars different n it's a different look/different taste I guess .
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