2024+ Mustang Suspension

We have upgrades for your 2024+ Mustang suspension available online right now. Like every Mustang from the past 60 years, the S650 edition gets noticed because of its looks. Its exterior is a marriage of classic curves and modern shapes, thanks to a sweeping hood, elongated rear deck, and crisp body lines. But like yesterday's Mustangs, what's below the skin also counts. Starting with the S550 and the introduction of an independent rear suspension, handling became a vastly improved experience for Mustang drivers. Ford engineers used this as the starting point for the S650, which features a reworked double-ball-joint MacPherson strut with a stabilizer bar and aluminum control arms up front and an updated independent rear with coil springs and a stabilizer bar. To say the S650's suspension is an improvement is an understatement. However, there's still room for improvement; lots of room.

Enhancing the ride and handling of any vehicle dramatically improves your overall driving experience. That's why we offer a wide range of 2024+ Mustang suspension upgrades specifically designed for these excellent vehicles.

Taking your 2024 Mustang's suspension to new heights (figuratively, not literally) is a core mission for Steeda. After all, suspension not only impacts comfort but also stability and handling. That's why Steeda offers a deep bench of aftermarket suspension components. We also bring decades of racing experience to the table.

Whether you're looking for maximum launch traction or something with better street-track functionality, an ideal spring upgrade is ready for your 2024 Mustang. There are more ways to take your S650 beyond factor specs with fitment-assured shocks, struts, coilovers, vertical links, and subframe connectors.

Contact a Steeda performance specialist who can help match your handling needs with the perfect aftermarket suspension components. You can always visit us for high-quality springs, bushings, and other Mustang suspension parts. Already know what you need? Order online today.