Air Lift Performance Releases New Front Kit for Mercedes-Benz W205 AWD Platforms

Air Lift Performance Releases New Front Kit for Mercedes-Benz W205 AWD Platforms
Air suspension manufacturer Air Lift Performance has released a new Performance-series front kit for Mercedes-Benz W205 AWD platforms.

The new front kit adds to the existing line of vehicle lowering kits currently available for the Mercedes-Benz W205, designed to provide the maximum drop while offering superior handling, sharp steering response, and a comfortable ride.

The new front kit for the W205 AWD platform (PN 78580) features a pair of double-bellows air springs, paired with threaded-body, monotube shocks. With the ability to dial in up to 30-levels of damping adjustability, the kit is completely customizable to each user’s unique performance needs. Combined, these elements provide a drop of 89mm (3.5”) from stock ride height.

The new front kit is compatible with either of the two existing Performance-series rear kits for the W205 platform. Users may choose between a rear kit (PN 78679) featuring the same double-bellow air springs, paired with threaded-body, monotube shocks, with a rear drop of 120mm (4.72”), or a rear kit (PN 78680) that consists of solely the double-bellow air springs, allowing the kit to be customizable based on which shocks the user chooses.

Fitment Information:

  • 2015-2020 – Mercedes-Benz C-Class – AWD: Sedan (W205), Coupe (C205), Cabriolet (A205), Wagon (S205), AMG Series
  • 2017-2020 – Mercedes-Benz E-Class – AWD: Sedan (W213), Coupe (C238), Cabriolet (A238), Wagon (S213), AMG Series
  • 2015-2020 – Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class – AWD: Coupe (C253), SUV (X253)

All Air Lift Performance kits are tested on in-house validation equipment and are backed by a one-year, unlimited-mileage warranty as well as the Air Lift Performance reputation for excellent customer service and technical support.

To purchase, visit https://www.airliftperformance.com/dealer-locator and find a dealer near you.

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