Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so for those who love to slam their car to the ground and hang it low to the pavement, just about every vehicle can look good. Some love their trucks dropped down with almost zero clearance while those who purchase trucks for the workload would look at that and never dream of turning their vehicle into a dropped down vehicle. With that being said though, there are several other vehicles that look fantastic slammed which helps in performance driving. Now, anyone looking for a slammed vehicle upgrade should always consider their current vehicle and especially the road conditions (a slammed vehicle works best with no snow and smooth pavement). As long as the driving conditions work out, a slammed vehicle can perform admirably. Here are 10 of the vehicle that ultimately look the very best when slammed.
STANCED HONDA CIVIC MUGEN SI AND THE HONDA CIVIC
The Honda Civic coupe already has a sporty feel to it and, best of all, even the Mugen SI doesn’t break the bank at all. This leaves plenty of cash to slam the vehicle down and boost the performance. Typically the Civic doesn’t come with a flashy engine, but turbo charging it, increasing the air intake while working on the exhaust can really work wonders on this vehicle. There are a few general body differences between the Mugen SI and the Civic, but the slammed process is more or less the same as the frame of the body is still the same (and it is built on the same assembly line). The Mugen SI just has a few fender upgrades and is four doors.
STANCES MAZDA RX3 THE MAZDA 3 AND THE MAZDA MX5 MIATA
The Mazda 3 and the RX3 have a nice, cutting edge to the vehicle with strong, angular lines. Even the four door Mazda looks great with a mean looking grill. Drop it down to the ground and both of these vehicle models look fantastic. What someone decides to do under the hood is up to them, but boosting performance, increasing air inflow and the exhaust system are almost just as important as the suspension system when improving performance and slamming the vehicle. The Mazda MX5 is a larger variation of the 3 and it already has a larger engine, which can help with the upgrades initially.
Many people turn to coupes when slamming down a vehicle, but most Hondas look good no matter what and you don’t need a coupe to pull off the look. The Honda Accord might not pop into the minds of many car drivers when thinking of a sporty, performance vehicle, but when done right, the Accord can really turn heads and can be rammed up just like the Civic Mugen SI.
The Mini Cooper already hugs pretty low to the ground. It also has a very passionate fanbase. This is one of those vehicles you either really love or you can do without. For fans of the vehicle, dropping it down just a few inches isn’t a problem at all, but it takes the European look of the Mini Cooper and completely revamps it, adding a performance edge to it that just isn’t there.
This is about as luxury of a vehicle on the list. The angled off front grill and slanted headlights lead to an aggressive feel to the vehicle which really leads itself to being a performance, slammed down sedan.
This is an aggressive looking performance coupe so taking it the extra mile to be slammed really isn’t all that much of an extreme, but with at shinny blue coat of paint, it really can look fly.
Who ays you can’t smh down a hatchback/station wagon? This is the perfect vehicle to do it to.