Hyundai coil springs are part of your vehicle's suspension system. If you look beneath your car, you can usually see the massive and powerful Hyundai coil springs located in your wheel wells. These springs work with your suspension system to give you a smooth ride and good handling control. If your Hyundai coil springs are old and worn, they will sag and reduce your ride height. Worn Hyundai coil springs make your car look tired. Additionally, older Hyundai coil springs that have lost their firmness don't handle the bumps and jolts of normal driving as well, causing your vehicle to bounce as you drive. This not only cuts back on the smoothness of your ride, it can damage your vehicle's undercarriage if you hit hard bumps. Replacing worn Hyundai coil springs is important to the maintenance of your car, truck, or SUV. There are several factors that can contribute to the wear and tear on your Hyundai coil springs. Road salt during the winter months can corrode your springs. If you regularly drive on curved or hilly roads, your Hyundai coil springs will have to work harder, and will therefore wear out faster. Even normal driving takes the bounce out of your Hyundai coil springs over time. When your springs are not in top working condition, it can have an effect on the rest of your suspension system as well. If your car is bouncing all over the road, replacing worn Hyundai coil springs will protect your vehicle's undercarriage and restore your ride to its former smoothness. You will find the Hyundai coil springs you need in our extensive online catalogue, whether you want a standard replacement or a custom set of Hyundai coil springs to raise or lower your ride for the look you want.