• fb_100000218286175 avatar Tyler Posted: 4/9/2012 7:44pm PDT

    I like how you blame everything except driver error for the curb rash. It happens, man up and accept that you are not Ken Block. Don't blame the wheel design, the wheel material, the positioning of the wheels on the outer corners of the car, the height of the curb, the sudden shift in the space-time continuum. You were not aware of your surroundings and rubbed the curb on your new car. It happens.

  • fb_100000218286175 avatar Tyler Posted: 4/9/2012 7:58pm PDT

    You seriously deleted my comment? What a joke!!! SOmeone calls you guys out on the carpet for being crap drivers and crap writers and you delete the post?!?!? What a bunch of babies!

  • fb_100001667186172 avatar Scott Posted: 4/10/2012 3:51pm PDT

    The 18 inch wheels on my 2006 Pontiac GTO are the same way. They are so scratched up that I bought a set of smaller 17" wheels off of E-Bay. I also don't understand why GM put 235/18's on a car that makes 400 crank HP, they would spin anytime I put my foot down!

  • james myers avatar james myers Posted: 4/10/2012 7:21pm PDT

    I have 20" factory wheels and low profile tires on my Nitro R/T, NEVER! Also, this is it? This is all that you can report after six months?

  • jfed avatar jfed Posted: 4/10/2012 8:04pm PDT

    James, we've had the car for a week. We'll report more over the next six months.

  • fb_1347103929 avatar David N Jiyoung Posted: 4/11/2012 6:56am PDT

    Wow.. seriously? This is worst car review/update I've ever read about long term car. Actually, any type of car review. Sure blame it on the wheels, design, and everything else.

  • dluhowy avatar dluhowy Posted: 4/20/2012 12:25pm PDT

    Being a bit hard on the guy, aren't we? They raise a good point about wheels that aren't protected by the sidewall. I wish I was a perfect driver like you guys, but I've scraped a few curbs in my life. Anyway, the simple (and stylish) solution is...curb feelers!