Still trying to figure out how you have the same car I ordered in March, and isn't supposed to go into production until September?
I'm still trying to find a nice profile of a silver AWD so I can see the wheel gap they talk about here on this forum. You have one?
moss said::wave: Hey guys, with respect to the stock "C" wheels - no, they won't fit properly on the C-AWD model. Aftermarket wheel options do exist, but are still limited in comparison (small market). Here's a thumbnail of the stock wheel gap.
moss said:It has to do with the wheel offset and required clearances. Look at the relative position of the wheel hub and the outer wheel itself on the stock AWD C. Compare this picture/measurement with other wheels and you'll find a variety of differences. Center hub measurements and offset vary according to manufacturer, use, etc. Improper offset can result in rubbing, tires protruding outside wheelwell, impingement, etc. Wyckoff Chrysler (sponsor) is one vendor offering a number of wheels suitable for AWD C.
Much more information available in the wheel/tire forum...depending upon how technical you want to get.
I had an AWD on order in April and was really perturbed with respect to the late start of production date - that being September. That I had to find out from blogs and dealing with DC directly. The dealership didn't have any knowledge what was going on. I had to inform them. Pitiful - is all I can say.kennyd said:I have had a 300C AWD on order since April 30 and the dealer still tells me it is not scheduled for production at the plant yet. Can anyone tell me what the deal is with the stopped production on the AWD's and when they are starting back up?
It would be most appreciated!