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Old 04-02-2019, 04:54 PM
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2019 G63 lowering kit?

Hello - If possible I really need to lower my new 2019 G63 by around 1 inch. Cant get the thing in the garage as its higher than the old 2016 G63 model.

Is there any kit for that yet? Im based in Denmark / Europe.


Also where on earth do i disable the interior alarm? Can't find the button



Thank in advance.
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Old 04-02-2019, 07:53 PM
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Well, this is an interesting question. Never saw a request for lowering a G on this forum. Most owners are inquiring about lifting them. Curious to see if you get any response. What is the "interior alarm"? I've never encountered this in my G or other Benzes. Do you mean locking the vehicle with someone in the car? A person or an animal? I think that would set off the alarm.
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Get smaller wheels and low profile tires?

For alarm, probably press unlock button on the keyfob...
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Well yes, I would prefer not to lower it, but an inch should probably not be visible. Wrong tires and wrong profiles are not ideal as you will get wrong numbers in the odometer. afaik

Interior alarm is for my dog yes. So you can lock with no alarm going off. In the old G63 there was a button in the ceiling close with the sunroof and back interior light to turn it off. Same with both my ML and GL and every other benz I've had for the last 15 years. It resets every time you turn off the car.
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Well yes, I would prefer not to lower it, but an inch should probably not be visible. Wrong tires and wrong profiles are not ideal as you will get wrong numbers in the odometer. afaik

Interior alarm is for my dog yes. So you can lock with no alarm going off. In the old G63 there was a button in the ceiling close with the sunroof and back interior light to turn it off. Same with both my ML and GL and every other benz I've had for the last 15 years. It resets every time you turn off the car.
I never knew that function existed. Thanks for the info.
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Well yes, I would prefer not to lower it, but an inch should probably not be visible. Wrong tires and wrong profiles are not ideal as you will get wrong numbers in the odometer. afaik

Interior alarm is for my dog yes. So you can lock with no alarm going off. In the old G63 there was a button in the ceiling close with the sunroof and back interior light to turn it off. Same with both my ML and GL and every other benz I've had for the last 15 years. It resets every time you turn off the car.
Never knew that !! thank you.
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Originally Posted by haekke View Post
Hello - If possible I really need to lower my new 2019 G63 by around 1 inch. Cant get the thing in the garage as its higher than the old 2016 G63 model.

Is there any kit for that yet? Im based in Denmark / Europe.


Also where on earth do i disable the interior alarm? Can't find the button



Thank in advance.
Lorinser offers a lowering kit now
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I am interested in an inch drop as well but not sure what the affects are besides less ground clearance? Worse handling or steering? Does it affect the warranty?
Any details or color would be great. Thanks Oh - i am only interested in it for garage clearance as well! I could use 7/8"!
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I am interested in an inch drop as well but not sure what the affects are besides less ground clearance? Worse handling or steering? Does it affect the warranty?
Any details or color would be great. Thanks Oh - i am only interested in it for garage clearance as well! I could use 7/8"!
Only information we have is that it'll lower your vehicle 30mm. Shouldn't affect your steering handling but we do recommend an alignment afterwards. Please consult with your service guy on warranty.
Springs are black.

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