Do you want to lower the ride height only but keep standard shock absorbers or do you want to lower the car and stiffen the suspension all round?
If either, what kind of drop were you thinking about in mm?
Usually some owners spend anywhere between £200 - £600+ on a set of uprated shock aborbers and uprated, lowered coil springs.... They end up spending a hell of a lot more than that trying to sort out the problems it causes mind you, but that's a different story
Four uprated and lowered coil springs only on the other hand can be bought around the £120 to £300+ mark depending on the quality, brand, spring rate and drop.
Just be careful what you wish for, it might not turn out the way you expect.
Such a true saying is:
"Many a fool and their money are often parted
Especially when it comes to completely ruining the handling, comfort and feel of a car that has impeccable road manners already... All for the sake of a tyre 20mm closer to the wheel arch
But... its your car and your preference at the end of the day... So.
Let us know what price range you have and what drop you feel would be adequate...
Give details like what model you have, engine size, veloce or lusso and what age. Have you had recent suspension work. Are you getting them fitted or DIY?
Also how does the car feel now, what kind of roads do you have around your area and I'm sure we can come up with something to fit
Lastly, be careful of recommendations .... What another owner prefers may not suit your comfort levels so read carefully and ask questions. Then there is the unforseen costs that 95% of owners don't take into account.
Things like realignment of suspension geometry, excessive wear on joints, bushes and tyres that simply aren't designed to take the angles that lowered and uprated suspension changes. So always factor in the extra cost before committing to your choice.
It's no good buying springs cheap enough for your budget that lower the car by 50mm only to find that you end up buying wishbone arms three times as often as you should.
Hope this gives you food for thought
I don't want to put you off, just open your eyes to the things other owners and members don't actually think about