The Hyundai Excel's production years might be behind us, but it is still remembered as Hyundai's first front wheel drive vehicle, as well as for being called the Hyundai Pony in European markets like France. Many owners praised the Excel's handling in its later model years, before it was replaced with the Hyundai Accent in the United States. Never meant to be luxurious, the Hyundai Excel will nonetheless provide a solid ride if maintained properly. One way to boost your Excel's performance is by paying attention to its suspension system. Your Excel shocks, in particular, can reduce the dipping motion sometimes affecting Excels executing a brisk stop.
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Reviewed By George D (Warrenton, NC)
—5/14/2016 7:28 PM
Before I installed the Monroe OESpectrum Shocks on the front and rear of my 1994 toyota pickup I could feel every dip and bump in the road. After installing the OESpectrum shocks my truck rides as smooth as a new truck.
When it comes to controlling your Excel, you can ratchet up your confidence by ensuring a firm grip between your tires and the driving surface. If your Excel suspension is in its best condition, you'll immediately notice an improvement in control. None of these improvements will come cheap, especially if you were relying on dealer prices for your Hyundai Excel suspension components. You'll be relieved that we at AutoAnything are personally committed to undercutting dealer prices on all parts, and if you find Excel shocks or other suspension parts for less within a year, we'll beat the price by $1. We add to your savings with absolutely free shipping!
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