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Many Vanagon owners choose to lower their ride. In fact, Volkswagen started the trend when they released the Wolfsburg and Carat editions that had one inch lowering springs. Lowered Vanagons can look great, but how low is too low? This brown Vanagon looks a bit low. I wonder how it rides. When I bought my Vanagon they had lowered it and the ride suffered so we raised it back up. Click through to see a few more lowered Vanagons.







So, how low is too low? Let me know in the comments.

  • John McCleve

    I think the first picture is photoshopped. Both wheels are identical in position and even the pixels look 100% the same. Someone was trying out a look, I think. Personally, I’m not a fan of “slammed” cars, especially Vanagons. It makes them look broken to me, like the suspension rusted out and collapsed! But to each his own. That said, I DO like the look of lowered vans. Very sporty.

  • VHacks

    Good catch.

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