They already exist for the Yaris GR, now the suspension specialists from H&R are delivering the sport spring set for the more civilized Yaris version. Because even the inclined owner of a "normal" Yaris does not have to do without sporty performance. Reduced body movements and more direct steering behavior are the result of the lowered center of gravity (minus 40 millimeters at the front, minus 20 mm at the rear axle). Thanks to the precise fine-tuning of the spring elements to the standard dampers, the ride comfort remains unrestrictedly suitable for long distances.
also Trak + wheel spacers available
Nothing stands in the way of increased driving pleasure, optically the Yaris clearly wins in the direction of "GR"! Optionally, H&R Trak + wheel spacers made of high-tensile aluminum promise the perfect wheelbase. Either silver or black anodized, standard and accessory wheels can be aligned to the fender edges with millimeter precision. As usual at H&R, all products are delivered with the required parts certificate and are Made in Germany! Further information on the H&R social media channels: ➤Facebook ➤Instagram ➤Twitter ➤UAF YouTube.
H&R suspension components for Toyota Yaris 1,5-I-VVT-iE Hybrid
- Type XPA1F (EU, M)
- from year 2020
- Lowering springs
Art.Nr .: 28618-1
Lowering: VA 40mm / HA 20 mm
Price (RRP): 261,27 EURO incl. 19% VAT
- Trak + wheel spacers
silver or black anodized
Widening: from 20mm (per axis)
Price (RRP): from 113,12 EURO incl. 19% VAT.
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H&R sport springs for the Toyota Yaris
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