Q: hardness in car while driving

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I have recently changed shocks of my car and installed a new one but still the car seems to hard so tell me do I have to change coil spring also??. I have seen many new cars and I pressed them from trunk side so they are too soft to press and not so much power is required to press ..but in my car when I press it from trunk side and from hood side it is not as soft as I saw in new cars? What's the reason ?does i have to change coil springs of car also?
My car has a manual transmission.

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