THIS IS NOT A "NORMAL" KINDA QUESTION FOR A VEHICLE LIKE YOURS
MY 1ST THOUGHT WAS TALLER TIRES. BUT THAT PROBABLY WOULD NOT FLY---NOT TO MENTION HOW THAT MIGHT CONFUSE THE SPEEDOMETER AND COMPUTER
FOR SAFETY TYPE REASONS
I'D RECOMMEND CONSULTING WITH THE DEALER
. OR EVEN A LOCAL ALIGNMENT SHOP WITH AN OUTSTANDING REPUTATION!
"GOING UP" MIGHT AFFECT THE GEOMETRY OF THE SUSPENSION AND POSSIBLY AFFECT THE STEERING TO A POINT IT MIGHT BE DANGEROUS
MAYBE YOU NEED A JEEP WRANGLER? LOL. IMMA JEEP GUY AND HAVE A '77 AND A '46 PRESENTLY.5 OTHERS IN THE PAST. NEVER ANYTHING ELSE SINCE I STARTED DRIVING ON THE ROAD IN '81
DO RETURN HERE AND LET US KNOW WHAT WAS SUGGESTED. OTHERS READ THESE POSTS, AND THEY MAY BENEFIT FROM YOUR EXPERIENCE
November, 10, 2012 AT 7:54 AM
I totally agree with you, it wasn t a normal kind of question. Here is the situation: I am thinking on buying an Audi Q3 2.0 TDI Diesel, and also I am getting a really good deal on the price. Since is 2.0 Diesel, I think is really economic on the consumption aspect, and at the same time I am getting all luxury that comes with an Audi. BUT there is a problem: The roads, in the city (the car will not be for OffRoad purposes) where I live, are usually in really bad shape. This is the reason cuz I want to raise suspension by 2 inches at least.