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7 low-cost ways to spruce up your used car

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Della Domingo, spokeswoman for the Specialty Equipment Market Association, in California, says wheels and tires immediately update the look of a used car. "Prices, styles and finishes vary greatly so your options really are unlimited in this area," she says.

More than 50 companies, including American Racing and Effen Wheels, make wheels and the prices vary. Although a single-alloy wheel can cost $1,500 or more, you can replace all four wheels and tires for $800 to $2,000.


 

 

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