H&R lowering springs now available for BMW 3 Series Touring
The BMW 3 Series enjoys the reputation of a best-seller in the Bavarian automaker’s lineup. With its premium-grade equipment and tech, luxurious trim and sporty looks, this is hardly surprising. Starting this week, H&R offers a new lowering kit for the G21 Touring.
The entire upgrade costs mere €296 and drops the ride height by 30 mm (1.2”) on the front axle, while the rear axle makes do with 25 mm (1”). As a result, the family wagon becomes more stable during acceleration and cornering, as well as better-looking overall. M Sport and adaptive suspension types are both on the supported list.
In case you missed it, H&R has been offering a similar spring set for the sedan-shaped BMW 3 Series for a while now. Priced at the same 296 Euro, it shaves an impressive 40 mm (1.6”) off the ride height on both axles.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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