If you want your car to have a lowered look, then upgrading your car with lowering springs may be the right thing for you. It’s primarily an aesthetic choice that a lot of drivers favour, but there are also some practical advantages that are worth considering. A lowered suspension can make for better aerodynamics, better handling and a reduced risk of rollover in the event of an accident. In some cases, it can even improve the comfort of the driver. Lowering springs bring the body of the car closer to the wheel, thereby lowering its centre of gravity and making it easier to drive.
Installing lowering springs can be difficult, so be sure to discuss it with a professional first. It’s only the sort of thing you should move forward with if you have experience in car maintenance, as the whole suspension needs to be taken apart for this sort of upgrade.