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The C-HR is one of the very few crossovers I don't mind seeing slammed. Personally won't do it, but the design works when lowered because of the large wheel arches.
 

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It does look good and thankfully it's all adjustable on the fly so I wouldn't mind taking a swing and getting it done. You're right about the arches though, they're fitting and pretty crucial to how it looks overall.
 

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Going air is a big commitment for a lot of people, builds like this will be far and few between. What we'll see a lot of in the not too distant future are people going for entry-level coil over systems and even more likely are lowering springs.
 

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I saw this C-HR on the Vossen Instagram. The VFS10's fit the C-HR so well, especially when it's getting slammed to the ground :)
 

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For sure, you rarely see people on air for the main reason that it's pretty expensive. A set of coils brand new can run you $1000 whereas an air setup can easily be $5000+
 
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