Chevy Impala Performance Suspension

    About Chevy Impala Performance Suspension Parts


    Modifying the suspension on your Chevy Impala is easier and more affordable when you shop at CARiD. We supply precision engineered Acure Impala suspension systems by the best names in the industry, including Energy Suspension, Rancho, Air Lift, Daystar, Eibach, ReadyLIFT, Prothane and more, and all of the products you'll find in our Chevy suspension and shock absorber range have been chosen and tested by our car experts, to ensure we include only the products with the best workmanship that deliver the best results in terms of the Impala's ride and your overall driving experience.

    Whether you are looking for an Chevy Impala lowering kit, shock absorbers, an alignment camber kit, a master bushing kit, sway bar assembly or stabilizer bar, we have all of the latest and best suspension kits here at CARiD to suit your fantastic Chevy model. We offer fast shipping and delivery and excellent customer service with all of these terrific, top of the range products, as well as some of the best prices available online, so if you are committed to upgrading your Impala's ride with the top rated available suspension products, then check out the great CARiD range and place your order right now!

    If you need individual components such as spacers to adjust airbag installed height, height sensors, air bag bellows, air compressor kits, load leveling kits, air struts, air springs, and more, we offer those as well. Because these systems are complex, we recommend professional installation if you are not already experienced with air-ride units. If you’re in the process of deciding whether an air suspension upgrade is right for you, see over 3 product reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars stars to see customers who have already installed them think.



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    The very first thing to know about timely suspension system diagnosis is that the stability and steering control of your vehicle and, what is more important, your safety on the road depends on how often you make it. Automotive suspension belongs to one of those car systems that are constantly exposed to high loads and thus are prone to wear and tear. Most specialists recommend inspecting suspension system after every 6,500-7,500 miles or when there are any signs of its breakage.

    Customer Reviews
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    2009 Chevy Trailblazer
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    "Very satisfied with the lift kit, easy to install and makes my Trailblazer look great. "

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    2006 Chevy Tahoe
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    "The Arnott air compressor was a very easy swap of the original unit. I also installed 2 new Arnott air shocks and did the complete job in less than 2 hours."

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    2001 Chevy Corvette
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    "Easily installed, clear instructions, well made product. Need to make sure you have proper end links (highly recommended that you have metal ones). Thank You."

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    2010 Chevy Camaro
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    "These end-links are really good quality and are adjustable. You can feel and see the quality. These are a must when you upgrade your suspension with performance stabilizer bars - particularly adjustable ones. "

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    1987 Chevy CK
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    "I amazed. I put these on along with some Eibach drag springs and some Lakewood 90/10 front struts and they helped out tons! The weight transfers much smoother then my stock suspension."