White's a bit on the loud side, but I've always been a fan. Would get white wheels myself if I had a drive way and more opportunities to clean the car. 16s however is too small in my opinion. The wheels will shout "hey look at my sporty stylings" but the 16" rim will look small in the wheel arch and therefore look a little silly. In my opinion, if you're going to for an eye catching colour, it will look best in 17" or larger.
I have 2 accord executives 1 with 17 and 1 with 16. The 1 with 16 is more comfortable to drive local you don't feel all the bumps and cracks on the road. With 17 you get the feel of the road as if the car was lowered.
Yeah. I would say that for me shock after changing my 16" to 18" was bigger then after coilovers installing.. i know 18" it is even bigger but before buying those alloys i've made little research and what ppl were saying is everything above 16" is much more umcomfortable
Is the difference between 16s and 17s that significant then? I was possibly looking at some deep dish black 16" steelies (going for the A-Team GMC look!). If it's going to look good and give me a little more ride comfort, I might have to seriously consider it!
I had 16's before i put the 17" pentas on...the ride was much softer with the 16s, which when combined with the coilovers gave a floaty feeling which was not nice. Upgrading to 17s gave me less of that bounce and now more firm. Either way, 16s with stock suspension was fine, i think the wheels are lighter too so probably accelerated faster lol. I personally prefer low profile tyres all day long, as the steering is more responsive and can corner harder!
FWIW I used to run 17" Nokian WR A3's on my Subaru Legacy over winter.
Slack as anything on the sidewalls, and you could feel the extra slip angle through the steering compared to the 18's I used in the summer.
Comparitively the Honda steers like a pig anyway, so the difference would be less noticeable.