How much does it cost to have a Chrysler 300 lowered?

I want to get my car lowered. How much would I have to pay? How much does it cost to have a Chrysler 300 lowered?

Patrick Price · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
How much it costs to have a
Chrysler 300
lowered will vary depending on which lowering kit you buy and which mechanic you hire. In general, though, it’ll probably cost you between $600 and $1,500.
That’s a pretty big range, but you should be careful hiring a mechanic who quotes a price on the lower end of the spectrum. If it’s not done right or inferior parts are used, having your car lowered can cause serious problems.
If you’re intent on getting your Chrysler lowered, you should probably stick to higher-quality parts and more experienced mechanics—it’ll cost more but it’s much safer.
Also, keep in mind that lowering your car will void any active warranties and dramatically raise your
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