Reviewed By gary l (BENTON, AR) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy HHR —5/22/2015 9:09 AM
The springs make my hhr corner like it's on rails. Rear dropped slightly lower than I wanted, but it's acceptable.
Reviewed By robin m (SAN DIEGO, CA) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy HHR —7/17/2012 11:33 AM
After installing on my 06 HHR, the appearance and stance was very apparrent.The car was lowered by exactly 1 inch. After the first few test drives, the performance was obvious as well. It handled much better than stock. FYI, I also installed new shocks and struts at the same time. KYB's. One note on the comparison between the stock springs, and eibachs. The stock springs look, feel, and weigh more. And seem more robust, until you have the new ones mounted. I would do would make the purchase again I guess. Rob San Diego
Reviewed By Chad B (Mason, TN) Reviewed for a 1999 Subaru Impreza —10/10/2016 5:45 AM
My current H&R springs were rusted so bad one broke! After 8+ years on the car, no telling how many miles,track days, and a few northern winters my H&R springs called it quits. I always liked the springs, but never really liked the harshness of bumps. This new set is completely different even though its the same springs! My ride height is still as low as it should be, but higher due to the springs not sagging anymore. Bumps are absorbed nicely and cornering has greatly improved!