Suspension specialist «H&R» has developed a sportier spring kit for the all-new Subaru Impreza, which brings the compact Japanese hatch some 35 millimetres or 1.4-inches closer to the asphalt. According to the German firm, while the kit improves the car’s driving dynamics the Impreza still remains suitable for everyday use, even in terms of comfort. For those who wouldn’t mind an even sportier edge, H&R also offers a coilover and sports stabilizer set.
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