What springs should I use to have my Chrysler Sebring lowered?

I’ve been meaning to have my Chrysler Sebring lowered, but I’m not sure which spring to use. There seems to be a lot of conflicting information out there. What springs would be best for the job?

Patrick Price · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Great question! Using the right components is crucial when lowering your car—and there certainly are a lot of different opinions out there about which springs are best suited for the Sebring.
If you can get them, Eibach lowering springs are the best kind of springs to use when having your
Chrysler Sebring
If your Sebring is a coupe, you shouldn’t have any trouble finding Eibach springs for it. However, Eibach has discontinued the springs for the convertible version of the Sebring. You might still be able to get from private sellers—but they’re increasingly rare.
If you can’t find Eibach springs, B&G and Intrax also make pretty good springs for the Sebring.
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