If you're planning to go up and down a lot, you want coil overs. That's the whole point. Makes it easy to adjust height without ripping anything out - jack, tire off, spin the collar, tire on, down.
BUT you need to be aware that your also affecting your camber, toe, etc of your fixed position suspension components when you do extremes (summer/low vs winter/high).
You should be getting an alignment if you do intensive changes - for best results of course. Not everyone cares about their tire patch, wear, or handling.
If you go the fixed springs/strut height, then you get what you get (which as the others are saying - will work well too). If you want low, then your low all year round - unless they have adjustable perches)
Other option is to have a winter setup and summer setup. Only if you have time and know how to swap out parts. Trust me it gets tedious.
Personally, I ran coils summer and winter and adjusted accordingly. I just did an alignment in the spring when I was getting ready for summer. Didn't really care about my winter tires/Steelies.
But Now I wanted max height for winter bc the ice blocks and snow tear up my splashguard and flex pipe.
I personally use my coils summer. And swap in Oem for winter.
I also swap out my bumper, side skirts, and grille for winter ones.
Again, it gets tedious as you get older...
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