I’ve been trying to do some research on whether there’s lift kits to buy therefore I can install it myself or would it have to be a specialized lift kit at a local 4 wheel speciality garage? Thoughts?
Mrmarcher's comment is funny, gotta admit. Realistically, the XT5 is not even close to an off-road vehicle. Why lift it? I'm sure some wonky tuner shop would be happy to jazz up the XT5 with a lift kit, maybe some overhead light bars, winch too perhaps. But you'd be better off passing on this idea and buy a Jeep for that purpose instead.
Sure, I'll send them right down - However, when you try them on first, don't be sharing pics here!Yeah so I can hang your ole lady’s panties and bra’s on them
LOL, Tell that to Arminius who claims his XT5 can tow like a 1/2 ton.Let's stop and think what any of GMs CUV/SUVs are mainly purchased for, grocery getters, kid haulers, daily drivers, upscale vehicles, throw in towing for some of the larger SUVs. Off roading or the appearance of being an Off Roader is just not what they're meant to be. my 2 cents.
I can't find an off the shelf kit or pics of a lifted XT5 anywhere. Not my thing for my vehicle but there are a lot of lifted cars I like...but a cool idea to make yours truly unique. If you do it, I'd enjoy the pics if you are up to that.I’ve been trying to do some research on whether there’s lift kits to buy therefore I can install it myself or would it have to be a specialized lift kit at a local 4 wheel speciality garage? Thoughts?