well, alloy wheel - about $350 per wheel plus about $180 per winter tire then plus about $100 per tire pressure sensor.. all from dealer... total $2520 plus tax.. but this way, winter tires and alloy wheels are covered under Road hazard protection.
or go with steel rim option which would be total $940 plus tax... *though I will have that tire pressure warning light on all winter... *tough choice
been using steel rims for winter...because cheap (16" running 205/55)
however this winter will be using stock wheels (225/45R17) because steelies get really ugly after rusting, etc. as well the 16" snow tires have too much soft sidewall, so the vehicle's weight "flattens" it a bit thus making the car sit lower and more scraping through snow...less sidewall (upsizing the wheel diameter) and stiffer tires may resolve this