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19” Wheel Options

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With the videos and pics I’ve seen, it looks like they might be offering 2 different 19” wheel options.
1. Dark grey
2. Silver/ black
Wonder what the availability will be for those?
Thoughts?
 

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Im glad I don't like either 19" option because otherwise I'd be tempted and I really don't want the potential added weight, replacement tire cost, more harsh ride.

With the videos and pics I’ve seen, it looks like they might be offering 2 different 19” wheel options.
1. Dark grey
2. Silver/ black
Wonder what the availability will be for those?
Thoughts?
 

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Im glad I don't like either 19" option because otherwise I'd be tempted and I really don't want the potential added weight, replacement tire cost, more harsh ride.
Oh, and how could I forget the increased cost for the option too.
Being a dealer installed option is there the potential for ADM?
 
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Cost wise, I’ll suck it up and pay it. Just not feeling the 18’s. The 19’s are a similar pattern to my 2017 Si, which I like.
Let the price gouging commence!
The added weight, I think it would be nominal and worth it, for a better look.
 

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Cost wise, I’ll suck it up and pay it. Just not feeling the 18’s. The 19’s are a similar pattern to my 2017 Si, which I like.
Let the price gouging commence!
The added weight, I think it would be nominal and worth it, for a better look.
I dont like the 18s either...but im holding out for the Type S...also there is always the option to get the wheels from an online Acura retailer...Honda has collegehillshonda.com, I'm sure there has got to be an Acura equivalent online with discounted accessories and wheels.
 

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With the videos and pics I’ve seen, it looks like they might be offering 2 different 19” wheel options.
1. Dark grey
2. Silver/ black
Wonder what the availability will be for those?
Thoughts?
It'll be the same wheel, just two different finishes

Diamond-cut Glint Black:
EYEF6573-2.jpg

Matte Black:
EYEF6573-3.jpg


I'd expect them to be nearly $2000 for the set - then extra of course for the 19" tires.
 

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If that's the anticipated cost point, I will probably explore options in the aftermarket world of lightweight 19" wheels and get a set for less $$$ that I determine complements my car well. Get out the pitchforks and flame-throwers, everybody!! LOL
 
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If that's the anticipated cost point, I will probably explore options in the aftermarket world of lightweight 19" wheels and get a set for less $$$ that I determine complements my car well. Get out the pitchforks and flame-throwers, everybody!! LOL
It'll be the same wheel, just two different finishes

Diamond-cut Glint Black:
EYEF6573-2.jpg

Matte Black:
EYEF6573-3.jpg


I'd expect them to be nearly $2000 for the set - then extra of course for the 19" tires.
Nice detailed pics. With tires, probably looking at close to
It'll be the same wheel, just two different finishes

Diamond-cut Glint Black:
EYEF6573-2.jpg

Matte Black:
EYEF6573-3.jpg


I'd expect them to be nearly $2000 for the set - then extra of course for the 19" tires.
Thanks for the nice pics!
Not knowing the tire width, I’m assuming a decent 19” 235 or 245 will run around $300 ea.
 
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So then the question is, what's the best place to sell the factory set that came with the car? I asked my dealer if it was possible to give them back for a credit. He said unfortunately not. I would have to take possession and sell them on my own.
 

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So then the question is, what's the best place to sell the factory set that came with the car? I asked my dealer if it was possible to give them back for a credit. He said unfortunately not. I would have to take possession and sell them on my own.
I'll take one as a backup. Lol
You probably won't get much from Wheels America for the set.
 

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So then the question is, what's the best place to sell the factory set that came with the car? I asked my dealer if it was possible to give them back for a credit. He said unfortunately not. I would have to take possession and sell them on my own.
Facebook Marketplace or Craigslist. They will fit all kinds of 10G and 11G Civics and the Integra base, so somebody will want them as an upgrade or change of style. Especially as a wheel/tire set that can just be bolted right on.
 

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So then the question is, what's the best place to sell the factory set that came with the car? I asked my dealer if it was possible to give them back for a credit. He said unfortunately not. I would have to take possession and sell them on my own.
On the other car forums that I am on for my CR-Z, people sell right there on the forum.
 

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I am thinking I will get my own 19 inch wheels in a gloss black to match the rest of the black accents. the matte black 19 inch wheels look nice but won't match. anyone know the size of the stock 19 inch wheel option?
 
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