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Are you looking for the latest and best performing lowering kits, sway bars, coil springs, control arms, shocks and struts, or any other suspension products for your Hyundai Sonata? If so, you have found the right place to find and order them. At CARiD, we have everything you need to truly upgrade, enhance and improve the ride on your Hyundai, with our outstanding range of suspension systems. Within our selection for your Hyundai Sonata you'll find quality products by leading names like Air Lift, Eibach and many more great brands, and all at our usual amazing low prices.

Whether you need an Hyundai Sonata shock absorber assembly or a terrific new Sonata master bushing kit, you'll find what you are looking for here, meaning you can finally equip your Hyundai with the ride you want, and at a price you can afford when you shop at CARiD. All of these suspension systems, like the rest of our great Hyundai Sonata mods, products and accessories, come supported by our impressive customer service, as well as lasting manufacturer's warranties, meaning that you can also buy at CARiD with total peace of mind. Get the ride you want for less by browsing our Hyundai suspension kits and placing your order right away!

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    • (24 reviews)
      # sp3759
      Kontrol Pro Coilover Kit by KSport.
      $783.00 - $2,520.00
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp17549
      N1 ExV Dampers by APEXi.
      $6.60 - $3,207.75
    • (5 reviews)
      # sp3756
      Airtech Air Suspension System by KSport. KSport offers air suspension kits ranging from no frills with manual paddle controls up through full digital control of each separate air spring. All provide ride height adjustment of 4.7 to...
      $1,995.00 - $5,225.00
    • (1 reviews)
      # sp4358
      Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorbers and Struts by Monroe. Nitrogen gas charged Monro-Matic Plus shocks and struts feature VPV (velocity proportional valving) and innovative all weather fluid. They offer improved ride comfort for any...
      $16.12 - $79.76
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp15931
      Driver or Passenger Side Stocker Star Steel Economy Shock Absorber by QA1. Quantity: 1 per Pack.
      $63.43 - $117.46
    • (1 reviews)
      # sp15959
      Front Driver or Passenger Side Stocker Star Aluminum Shock Absorber by QA1. Compresed Height: 7.63". Extended Height: 11". Quantity: 1 per Pack.
      $117.04 - $285.01
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp15963
      Rear Driver or Passenger Side 53 Series Stock Mount Steel Twin Tube Circle Track Shock Absorber by QA1.
      $134.14 - $138.40
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp15966
      FC Series Stock Mount Steel Shock Absorber by QA1.
      $91.00 - $100.59
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp18569
      Performance Shock Absorbers by Warrior.
      $13.25 - $102.00
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp13007
      Pro-Kit Lowering Coil Springs by Eibach, 4 per Pack. These performance-oriented replacement spring sets offer a lower-than-stock ride height that maintains ride comfort during normal driving while eliminating body roll, dive, and...
      $128.33 - $467.50
    • (2 reviews)
      # sp3964
      GT-F Lowering Spring Kit by ARK Performance. ARK Performance offers high quality lowering spring kits that provide a clean drop, comfortable ride, and greater performance. ARK GT-F Lowering Springs are designed to provide drivers...
      $254.25 - $284.25
    • (1 reviews)
      # sp17667
      Sport Coil Spring Lowering Kit by H&R.
      $202.12 - $612.99
    • (1 reviews)
      # sp3614
      Strut Bar by AEM. Control chassis flex under cornering with a strut tower bar. A hard-cornering car will push the strut towers around under cornering or over potholes. Improve your handling and prevent fatigue cracking at the same...
      $158.99 - $296.99
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp17846
      Pro-Alignment Adjustable Front Ball Joint by Eibach.
      $172.48 - $212.63
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp18410
      Pro-Alignment Ball Joint Kit by Eibach.
      $172.48 - $212.63




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      How Low Can You Go?
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    Hyundai Sonata Performance Suspension Reviews

    Average rating:  5  5 - 1 review
    4.8 of 5
    Strucks Assembly
    The product looks great, the installation not as easy, it took me more than 2 hours but overall not bad great product and quality.
    JPosted by Jesus L (Las Vegas, NV) /
    2006 Hyundai Sonata
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