If your only driving for convenience its never a good idea to change your suspension. Aftermarket companies never make suspension components that improve ride quality. They only make ones that improve handling on a car. Coming from experience I've upgraded my suspension on pretty much every car I've owned. Never once did it improve the ride quality.For someone who drives a car purely for convenience, would it be worth my money to install a "better" suspension set up in my Fiat?
quoted for truth!!! all my cars are running coilover setups but thats only because they all see time at the track every now and then. driving to and from work i always have a huge headache after i get out of the car from having a really rough ride.I wouldn't bother putting on new suspensions unless you're planning to race your car.
Way too much. That's probably why no car manufacturer ended up putting it in their cars. Remember these are the same guys charging over $300 for a set of headphones and $1000 for a dvd player with a 2.1 speaker system.The suspension in that video is amazing! I wonder what that would actually cost?
That's an odd way to say it, though. An aftermarket suspension would make the ride worse, but make the handling better at the same time.I think this is just your personal opinion if you want the suspension or not. I wouldn't do it myself because I don't feel that the extra suspension does anything actually. I think it actually makes the suspension a little stiffer and harder.