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Cades Apollo

Cades Apollo

Matt Gunmetal

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The Cades Apollo alloy wheels are available in a Matt Gunmetal finish are part of the ever popular Cades alloy wheels product range. The Cades Apollo is available in 19'' and has a 5 Spoke and is suitable for a number of vehicle, you can check your fitment using our checking facility on our website.

We have a wide variety of alloy wheels on offer that have been purposely designed to fit a wide variety of vehicles. We are also dedicated to meeting the different needs and requirements of our customers by providing them with a great range of alloys with different styles, colours, materials and prices, as well as ensuring they receive both the best-quality products and services.

We are committed to providing our customers with wheels that excel in terms of performance, innovation and delivery speed. Customers can walk away with the knowledge that their alloys are of a high-quality and performance that outdoes its competitors.

Cades are a UK based alloy wheel manufacturer that started production of their exceptional range of alloy wheels over ten years ago in 2008. The name Cade dates back to the last century, which was meant to represent power and resilience; something that Cades alloy wheels like to echo in the manufacture of all of their premium lightweight alloy wheels. 

With mixing classic designs with more contemporary styles, Cades alloy wheels can fit their alloy wheel designs to a number of cars. These lightweight alloy wheels focus on quality, strength, and durability. They are TUV certified and tested meticulously to provide you with high-quality Cades alloy wheels.

In comparison to many other alloy wheels, these premium Cades alloy wheels use powder lacquer to help cope with the most demanding of road conditions, such as stones or gravel. Epoxy resin centre crests are used to sustain these Cades alloy wheels with long-term good looks, and these alloy wheels are never over-engineered, ensuring that the weight is kept to a minimum whilst not compromising on style or quality. 

Being lightweight and strong can give your car more benefits than just looks. By reducing the weight you can get a boost in power and handling and even better fuel economy. 

Our selection of Cades alloy wheels come in a range of colours and styles. From classic blacks, slivers and greys to more extravagant colours like oranges, greens and blues there is something to fit every colour car. From thick 5 spoke designs to intricate lattice and mesh you will surely find a design to suit any taste. 

Cades alloys come in a range of sizes, from 15” up to 22”, and widths making them suitable for a wide range of vehicles. These alloys can make a great addition to any car, making it look more aggressive or just making it different from all the other stock models you see.

Cades also offer some load rated alloys making them ideal for vans and transporters. If you need any help finding load rated Cades alloys then contact us now.

Please feel free to use our wheel fitment guide in each of our product pages to ensure that the particular alloy wheel you choose fits your car successfully before ordering. We also provide a free fitting kit with every purchase of alloy wheels. If you can’t find what you are looking for then please get in touch. We operate a price match guaranteed on all alloy wheels listed for sale. If you require any further help or advice, feel free to call us on 01274 936040 or email us.

EU Tyre Labelling: What does it all mean?

Tyre labelling for all passenger cars and light trucks has taken affect from 1 November 2012 under the European Regulation No: 1222/2009. This new regulation is intended to reduce the impact tyres have on the environment and the graphics used to represent the differences in tyres are similar to the ones used to review household appliances.

The labelling classifies three different areas of performance from A to G, however D is not going to be used as a classification to clearly differentiate between the top three grads A, B & C and the bottom three E, F & G.

Compare Fuel Economy

The energy lost when a tyre rolls is expressed as ‘rolling resistance’, and tyres with lower rolling resistances will use less energy which will increase your fuel economy. Tyres classified as ‘A’ are the more economical and have the least rolling resistance, and tyres classified as ‘G’ have the poorest full economy and the most rolling resistance.

If you fitted tyres that are classified as ‘A’ instead of ‘G’ you could save up to £110 or 80 litres of fuel for the life of the tyres (results can vary depending on the type of car or climate conditions)

Compare Wet Grip

The more grip a tyre gives you in wet weather conditions the safer the journey will be. Wheels always take longer to stop in wet conditions but tyres with a good web grip classification will have a shorter stopping distance than those with a ‘G’ classification.

The difference in breaking from 50mph across two grades is 3metres, meaning the difference between an ‘A’ classification and a ‘G’ classification is 18 metres.

Compare Noise Emissions

The final area tested is the exterior noise grading in decibels, with the decibel rating included alongside one to three black sound waves. One black wave is the quietest and three back sound waves are the noisiest. The introduction of noise emission tests is intended to encourage users to purchase quieter tyres which will help to reduce noise pollution.


Estimated Delivery

3-5 Days

If you are planning on ordering tyres with these wheels then please check the delivery timescale for the specified tyres shown.

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Tyre Pressure Monitoring System

TPMS is a built-in monitoring system for the tyre pressure in motor vehicles. Automatic and direct indication as a warning on the display when a problem occurs in one or more tyres due to a pressure loss.

Having TPMS fitted improves the safety of a vehicle by monitoring and reporting low or over-inflated tyres, reducing the chances of a blowout. In addition to this, having correctly inflated tyres increases the life of the tyre and can help improve fuel efficiency.

All vehicles fitted with TPMS, registered after 1st January 2012 will require the TPMS to be tested as part of the MOT. This means, if your vehicle falls into this category, missing sensors could result in a fail on the MOT test.

LK Performance has the tools, diagnostic equipment, and expertise to ensure your TPMS are fitted correctly

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