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New wheels 2000 Prelude [help]

I recently got a Prelude and I recently have been looking for a new set of wheels for it. I'm on a $1000 budget. I'm not looking to make my Prelude a race car or anything like it. What I'm looking for is a nice looking daily driven car. I did my research on what wheels would fit and for what I have found 17x7 wheels should fit depending the offset. I am hesitating on finding a good looking set of wheels for my budget, looking around 500-600 for a set of wheels so I also would buy tires for them. So far I've found XXR and AV1's to be cheap yet good looking. Problem is finding 17x7 wheels. I see XXR530 come in 17x7 and they look pretty nice. But I'd like to hear others opinions on them. And if you have any different suggestions on diferent wheels that would fit that would be great. The car is fully stock so it hasn't been lowered any.
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