I assume you mean you lowered your car? How low - what suspension?
I am an enthusiast too. I like to modify and like modified cars when I have time and $$.
I just don't want anyone to think there isn't an increased risk of doing damage by lowering their Chrysler 200 - but don't take my word for it:
Last edited by Black Knight; 06-08-2019 at 11:17 PM.
"Black Knight" was my father's trucker CB handle.
2015 Chrysler 200 S AWD
Factory tuned, RPM Torque Tube
2013 Chrysler 200 Limited V6
Lease returned 1/28/17
I fined the 200S is already pretty low, actually lower than I would like. There are many times when going down or up steep ramps or roads where I have to be cautious. I think lowering the car an 1" could make it very susceptible to scrapping the bottom, especially if you live in an area that gets snow in the winter.
2015 Chrysler 200S V6 AWD
Black Leather Seats
8.4 Uconnect with Nav
19" wheels with Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric All Season Tires
Alpine Sound System
Black Knight (06-13-2019)
Mine has stock 200 S suspension, but I want to lower it for better handing, the 245 45 18" tires definitely negatively affected the suspension, but most wouldn't notice, I would love to do the 19" wheels with 245 40 19 "tires with Eibach springs, but that's a little down the road.