We are one of the the UK's number one suppliers of suspension parts and kit for the world-renowned German automaker.
Below you'll find lowering springs for a range of vehicles, including compact family cars, such as the Audi A3, executive models, such as the Audi A4 and even for the Audi Q series of SUVs.
Lowering springs are used to improve both the look of a car and driving experience when it comes to getting behind the wheel. They work by lowering the centre of gravity on the car, winding the coils closer together so that the car feels more 'planted' to the road. As a result, the vehicle will traverse corners more efficiently and, with a reduced gap between the tyre and the wheel arch, it will look more 'aggressive', too.
You can quickly and easily fit lowering springs purchased from us on to your vehicle yourself, but if you're unsure just take the springs into your local garage and they'll install them for you.
If you're looking for lowering springs for your Audi A6 - or any other current model from the Bavaria-based manufacturer - take a look at our selection today and, if you have any questions, please get in touch with us by calling 01223 320520.
MG (Morris Garages) is a UK vehicle manufacturing marque under the now disbanded MG Car Company Ltd. Starting life in the 1920s, MG is infamous for its two-seater open top sports cars however it is just as well known for its coupés and saloons.
The MG business itself carried on being Morris's own property until July 1935 when he passed it to his holding company, Morris Motors Limited. The brand then went through a large number of changes in ownership, beginning with a merger with Austin in 1952. By the beginning of the year 2000, MG became part of the MG Rover Group, which subsequently went into receivership in 2005. The assets and MG brand were then bought by Nanjing Automobile Group for £53 million. Production commenced again in China in 2007 in China, with the unveiling of the brand new MG 6, the first MG in the UK for 16 years, officially marketed in June 2011.
Between 1982 and 1991, the MG name was used to badge sportier versions of the Rover Metro by Austin as well as the Montego and Maestro ranges. The MG brand itself was not an entity in its own right again until 1992, with the introduction of the MG RV8, a modernised version of the MGB Roadster, complete with a Rover V8 engine. A second iteration arrived in the middle of 1995, when the very popular MG F twin-seat roadster came along.
When the Rover group was then broken up in 2001, MG badges continued to be used on sports models of Rover-based cars including the MG ZR, MG ZT and the MG TF in 2002. MG Rover went into administration in 2005 and manufacturing then ceased.
MG parts and spares can be hard to locate, especially as MG cars are no longer on the road. At Performance Car Parts, we can source MG parts for all models, including vintage and sports versions and limited editions. Get in touch with us now for a simple, no-hassle service.
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