Lowering Springs for Toyota Urban Cruiser

Lowering springs are a popular after market option for anyone looking to improve both the appearance and handling of their car. Toyota lowering springs work by lowering the car’s centre of gravity, winding the coils closer together and making it feel more ‘planted’ on the road. This will give you less roll in the corners and less nose-diving when braking. It’ll also give your Toyota Urban Cruiser a more aggressive stance and reduce the car’s fender-well gap. You do need to be a bit careful when lowering so as not to reduce the ride comfort of your car. Speak to our LK Performance team about the right brands to fit your car, including Eibach, which we have in stock.
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