Over the past 3 weeks, we have been laying out easy and affordable ways that you can quickly improve your car’s performance.

Whether you are a grease monkey or total automotive newbie, we have talked about everything from spark plugs and bushings to oil and cleanliness.

Now it is the end of the era.

In our final article of this series, we are going to be detailing just a few more ways that you can massively improve your car’s performance this week.

And the best part is, it won’t cost you thousands of dollars or a trip to the mechanic.

So get ready to get your elbows greasy, put your favorite 70’s band on your speaker, and let’s get to it!

1. Get a Good Set of Tires and Rims

I know, I know.

We said that these were affordable ways to improve your car, and tires are notoriously expensive.

But here me out.

If you are looking to generate the biggest bang for your buck and improve your car’s handling, safety, and longevity all in one, then investing in a new pair of tires and a nice pair of lightweight rims is the best way to go.

Not only will it improve how your car performs, but it will end up saving you money in the long run.


2. Replace the Factory Exhaust

This is a great and (relatively) inexpensive way to get more airflow to your engine and improve the power and performance of your car.

And as an added benefit, it’s an absolute blast of a project.