The chassis of a stock vehicle is designed to be built at a minimum cost, and suited for an "average driver". True enthusiasts, however, are anything but average. They know what they want from a vehicle. And they want immediate response, reduced body roll, increased stability and enhanced cornering ability. And they also want the look that comes with those characteristics-a lower, more muscular, more athletic stance. To get all these, Eibach is the answer. And the tuner has just finished working on the Mercedes-Benz C-Class.
We all know that the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class features an aluminum-hybrid body which was specially used to reduce the weight of the vehicle. But despite this, Eibach managed to add more dynamism to the car. The tuner currently has three different programs for the C-Class: Pro kit, Anti roll kit and Pro Spacer.
The Pro kit package for the Mercedes C-Class is made of performance springs, which slightly lower the car’s centre of gravity up to 40 mm. The spring design is progressive and offers a great ride quality. The elements put together result is a sportier look and agile handling. The Performance Sway Bars are currently in development and they will serve in terms of diminishing car’s body roll. The Anti roll kit reduces the body roll when handling curves and fast changes of direction. Spring comfort is provided.
As for the last program for the Mercedes C-Class, the so called Pro Spacer, we discover Eibach’s Pro-Spacer Wheel Spacers manufactured of aluminum, which give a plus to the car’s dominant appearance and complete the offered improvement of Eibachs. The wheel spacers widen the stance of the car, offering better handling and visual stance. They have been manufactured of high-tensile-strength aluminum alloy, delivering significant weight advantage compared to wheel spacers made from steel. So for the non- average possessors of C-Class vehicles, one of these three packages is the answer.
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