Interesting thread, seems to be a whole industry pushing low obviously selling the parts to lower cars
Some cars look lowered some just look ridiculous, its a compromise between style and performance.
I have one which is lowered but not crazy, a 2001 saab 9-3 aero hot, I bought it like that, when I changed the tyres the rears were worn really badly on the insides, it looks good but you feel everything, roads just not good enough in the UK unless youre on the motorway where it really flies. I'd like to put it back to standard to see the difference but dont fancy the expense.
An adjustable system would be cool but again I'm sure not cheap !
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I think people should get off their high horses and stop trying to impose their opinion on others. Low cars can look great (the beetle above), can drive better than standard and it's not chav to lower otherwise every good car manufacturer wouldn't be doing it over standard models eg s-line/s/rs...m sport....amg etc etc etc