Some might get doubts when they hear Suspension Bushes? What is the purpose of having it and why is it important? So as you can see, when year comes by ad your car's Suspension bushes gets older due to the wear and tear that we can't avoid from, it tends to get a higher chance of deterioration. This means, you have lighter yet uncomfortable driving experience in the area of Suspensions and also the Rigidity of the steering.
In some cases, simply replacing these fix mild handling complaints that a wheel alignment may not. so my point is, if you want to change your bushes then why not change to something like Polyurethane versions as it is slightly firmer compares to rubber or upgrading to aluminium or solid types.
Most people tends to change their bushes to the Solid bushes or Silicon bushes that is available in the market and that's not necessary unless you are planning to have it just for track drive so it is recommended for it. Besides that, changing bushes is just simply easy, it includes in the new tie-rods, tie-rod ends and things you can bolt on to.
My advice is just be more gentle with the throttle and avoid any potholes if necessary in order to have a longer life span of the Suspension bushes.
I will do more research on it so do check out more updates from this column yeah. Signing off by