QUOTE(Ang3237 @ May 11 2021, 11:13 PM)
The urge is strong now because i've been seeing 10 change car posts
If Bezza i think average people normally can do it with entry level salary, i just do normal maintenance and changed my brake pad once after these years
But more importantly is what comes next, close to 50km round trip from work each day i think i deserve a better cruise on highway, maybe trade in this bezza for a reliable upgrade or keep as backup if buy riskier 2nd hand cars if i want more fun
Seriously, why ask ask ask but never state what budget you have for this "upgrade"? Give crap input and you will get crap output.
Since latest Bezza comes with 15in wheels, that is a direction that you can start with. Ask around Bezza owner thread whats the rim spec the 2020 Bezza is using, especially the offset. Basically, 175/60R15 has almost same OD as 195/55R15, 592mm vs 594mm respectively. With the info gained, you can start looking for a set of 15in lightweight rims with the correct width and offset to clear the fenders. Pair the new rims with a set of better UHP tyres to your budget and liking. This lower tyre profile should reduce considerably the floaty feel I think.
Next, if you still have budget, can consider replacing the ori shocks that may have worn out over the years. Good candidate would be KYB RS Ultra and it has both front and rear shocks available. Just use back the ori springs for the time being and feel if it is up to expectation.
Forget the bars for a moment. Concentrate your budget on where it gives most result and satisfaction; wheels and shocks.
The ball is back in your court now. Your call.