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Part Number: 84012907
Brand: GM Labor Time: 0.30
18"x7.5" Wheel, 5-Split Spoke

4 In Stock!
As of 2/17/2017 10:20 AM ET
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Personalize your Cruze with these 18-Inch Wheels validated to GM specifications. Use only GM-approved wheel/tire combinations. See chevrolet.com/accessories for important tire and wheel information.

if these are what you are looking for they are an accessory that can be ordered we sell them for $400 each or as a wheel tire set for $2,150.00

 

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Part Number: 84012907
Brand: GM Labor Time: 0.30
18"x7.5" Wheel, 5-Split Spoke

4 In Stock!
As of 2/17/2017 10:20 AM ET
Additional Information

Personalize your Cruze with these 18-Inch Wheels validated to GM specifications. Use only GM-approved wheel/tire combinations. See chevrolet.com/accessories for important tire and wheel information.

if these are what you are looking for they are an accessory that can be ordered we sell them for $400 each or as a wheel tire set for $2,150.00
Dang, that's $550 for the tires. That seems very expensive.
 

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Dang, that's $550 for the tires. That seems very expensive.
Yes, yes they are very expensive as you are going though the dealership. Reason I said online may save you a bit vs dealership. The regular Eco Gas/Diesel goodyear tires are like $250 before mounted and labor vs the $113 Tire Rack. You have to take into consideration what tire they have in mind for that price. They totally could have picked a tire that is only made by 1 company.
 

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I just bought some Conti True Contacts for my wife's CRV, 235/65/17 mounted and balance for under $500. Sorry, that seems expensive to me.
 

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I just bought some Conti True Contacts for my wife's CRV, 235/65/17 mounted and balance for under $500. Sorry, that seems expensive to me.
I still don't get how it is expensive. It is only 50 more than you paid and it comes with 4 sensors that run over $50 each. You are going to need TPMS. you can switch over your sensors if you want but pricing it out separately with rims, tires (continental), and valve stems for your old sensors and mount and balance you would save $7.47. I would personally go with new sensors and the Goodyear tires that come in the package for $7.47 more.

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I'm sure because it's 225/40/18, it's that expensive. I was thinking of my current size of 205/55/16. That makes sense, and over $2200 is too expensive for my blood.
 

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It's now listed on the accessory page, $400 a piece. But they have 10% off listed on any accessories right now, so $1440 for the wheels alone.
 
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