Can I get a good price for my lowered Ford Fiesta SE?

I lowered my Ford Fiesta SE a few years ago and now I am looking to put it up for sale. Will the fact that it is lowered give me a better price or does it hurt the value?

Find out if you’re getting ripped off on your car insurance in less than two minutes.
No spam · No long forms · No fees
Find savings (100% Free)
rating white
3.5k Ratings
Answer provided by
Shannon Martin
Answered on Jun 15, 2022
Having a lowered Ford Fiesta SE might affect the resale value, but it really depends on who your buyer is.
If you are selling your Ford privately and it is in excellent shape, the value may be the same or even higher. If the lowered suspension is part of the overall style of your vehicle, to the right buyer, it is just one less thing they need to do.
You can always provide the original parts with this car so the new owner can swap them out if they want to.
It is different if you are trading or selling the Fiesta to a dealership. They will want the stock pieces, so it will save you money to switch out the suspension beforehand if you can.
Since you are thinking about getting a new vehicle, now is the perfect time to shop for a new and cheaper car insurance policy. It’s this simple: download Jerry, the super app for insurance comparison shopping, and in less than 45 seconds, Jerry, collects all of your information from your existing insurer.
Jerry customers save on average $800+ per year on car insurance!

Here to save on car and home insurance? Great, you do that. We’ll do everything else.

Sign up in under a minute.
No need to fill out forms or shop around. Sign up in 45 seconds to start saving. Jerry does the rest.
Jerry collects and analyzes your current coverage.
Say hello to Jerry, your new insurance agent. We’ll contact your insurance company, review your current plan, then find the coverage that fits your needs and saves you money.
Get the best options before your renewal.
Jerry does all the picky, busy work by comparing prices and coverage from more than 50+ insurance companies. We compare what we find to your current policy and offer you the three best options before every renewal.