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2000 Nissan Altima Factory OEM Wheel Covers & Hubcaps

Find a factory OEM wheel cover or hubcap from Wheels and Caps' extensive inventory

If your wheel is missing a cover or hubcap, or is damaged from the effects of daily driving, find a replacement quickly and easily through Wheels and Caps. We offer an extensive inventory of wheel covers and hubcaps fitting most makes and models.

Here's why you should shop Wheels and Caps for factory OEM wheel covers and hubcaps.

  • Significant savings compared to buying from a dealer.
  • Expansive inventory covering many makes, models, and years.
  • Many styles, finishes, and sizes available.

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Replace factory OEM wheel covers or hubcaps

Wheels come in a wide variety of styles, designs, and finishes. So do wheel covers and hubcaps! These accessories are just as susceptible to the wear and tear of daily driving as your wheels. So whether you are replacing worn covers and caps or adding them to your wheels for the first time, Wheels and Caps has an extensive inventory for both late-model and new vehicles.

Factory OEM wheel covers and hubcaps are made specifically for your factory wheels. They will usually feature the manufacturer's logo or emblem.

Factory OE wheel covers and hubcaps come in a variety of styles, and finishes. There are chrome, polished, and painted finishes available. Wheels and Caps carries such an extensive inventory of OEM wheel covers and hubcaps that you will be able to find just what you need, whether you are replacing one wheel cover or a whole set.

Find the wheel cover or hubcap you need at Wheels and Caps.

Hubcap vs. wheel cover

A hubcap and wheel cover are the same thing. They began in the automotive world as dust caps, and were sometimes even referred to as grease caps. This is because they kept axle grease on the wheel hub from marring the wheel's finish. Eventually these parts became known as hubcaps. They were designed to cover steel wheels, but have also been used on some alloy wheels. Hubcaps and wheel covers improve the look of a car and can hiding imperfections on older wheels.