Welcome to the Chrysler Neon Coilovers Center at Andy's Auto Sport!
At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Chrysler Neon coilovers to ensure that you have every coilover kit option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Chrysler Neon coilovers, so that whether you are looking for a Tein Chrysler Neon coilovers suspension kit or KW coilovers or Megan coilovers or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Chrysler Neon coilover kit needs!
2000 To 2006 Chrysler, Neon, 4-Door, Incl. R/T & Acr Models
Eibach Pro-Street Coil-Over Kit (Height Adjustable Only) - Front:1.4"-2.6", Rear:1.4"-2.6"
Price: $1,654.03 for 4
Coilovers Installation on Andy's Auto Sport TV!
If you want to get more information about what's involved with installing coilovers, check out this episode of Andy's Auto Sport TV. We explain all the basics, and then we install a set of Tein coilovers on our project Integra. Watch the video to learn more!
Comparison: Lowering Springs versus Coilovers
We made a video explaining the key differences between springs and coilovers. The biggest difference is that one is adjustable and one is not, but we show exmaples of both and the types of varieties you can expect with both. If you're on the fence about whether to get springs or coilovers, then you should definitely check out this video!
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Installing a set of Neon coilovers will give your ride a whole new level of performance and suspension adjustability reserved in the past for only high end race cars. The ability to corner balance and fine-tune your suspension with various settings for different road and track conditions will give you a new appreciation for what your ride is capable of, especially during cornering. When trying to choose between your different Neon coilover options, keep in mind that the more established (and often more expensive brands) have much more research, engineering, and track testing behind them, and are valved specifically to work best with your particular vehicle.
Most coilovers are adjustable for height and damping, and a select few feature threaded shock bodies that allow ride height to be adjusted separately from the coil spring adjustment, which lets you dial in your spring preload for the ultimate in suspension tuning. You can even swap out your Neon coilover springs with other springs of various rates to adjust your ride quality and stiffness. Coilovers with adjustable damping sometimes have up to 32 levels (sometimes referred to as "clicks"), although most enthusiasts will skip a click since the difference from one level to the next can be very minute.