Why should I get my Jeep lowered?

I am a Jeep owner. I’ve been told there are some upsides to having my Jeep lowered, but I’m not sure. Why should I get my Jeep lowered?

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Answer provided by
Nick Kunze
Answered on Jun 22, 2022
You should get your Jeep lowered if you want to improve your handling and don’t mind a rougher ride on the road.
A lowered Jeep sits closer to the ground due to a lowered suspension. This has both benefits and detriments, and it’s up to you if the pros outweigh the cons.
On the upside, you’ll experience better aerodynamics, improved handling, and lowered risk of a rollover.
On the other hand, a lowered Jeep is more likely to bottom out, will experience uneven tire wear, and will be a less comfortable ride when going over rough terrain (for some Jeep owners, that last one might be a pro!).
Whether or not a lowered Jeep looks better is up to you—that’s all a matter of taste.
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