As someone else said earlier in this thread if the car rode from standard as it does with Koni / Eibach's you'd never give the suspension a second thought, you'd simply think you had a well balanced performance car. It is superior in every aspect, the car feels better locked to the contours of the road, it doesn't jar and judder over sharp edges (tho it remains firm) the damping is massively improved. The beauty (as I'm discovering) is that under normal circumstances the set-up is firm but comfortable yet when you push it into a bend it stiffens up nicely giving real confidence to press on. By direct comparison it makes the standard suspension feel crashy and bouncy, with the Koni / Eibach set-up the car feels like a more complete package, in the few days I've had it fitted I can think of no downsides .... other than paying for it.
159 1.9 Lusso
1.9 GT . Koni FSD . Eibach Pro . Sold .