Lowering Springs for Toyota Avensis

Toyota lowering springs do exactly what they say on the tin, dropping the overall height of your ride from the road, providing a mean look. They are one of the first things you can do in improving not only the immediate appearance of your pride and joy, but also the handling. Toyota Avensis lowering springs are simple and easy to install, replacing the existing suspension, or in tandem with upgraded units. It’s important you ensure that the negative camber this may put onto your tyres is countered by getting the wheel alignment checked, so preventing uneven tyre wear. Come in and talk to one of our expert customer advisors about how you can safely improve the performance of your car.
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