How can I have my Honda Civic Sport lowered?

My wife is pretty short, and she has talked about getting her car lowered for a while now. Her birthday is coming up so I want to surprise her by getting this done. How can I have my Honda Civic Sport lowered?

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Payton Ternus
Answered on Jul 08, 2022
I think that will be a great surprise for your wife!
The Honda Civic Sport is not a very big car to begin with, so lowering it will be fairly simple. How is a Honda Civic Sport lowered? Most professionals will use lowering springs, which are installed into your car to lower your car closer to the ground.
You can buy a lowering kit to try to DIY it, but the pros will be able to get it done much more quickly and efficiently.
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