Hi! So bear with me here... I'm a new XLR owner. The car is a 2006 XLR, with 19K miles on it. Smells and looks new. Since I've never driven an XLR before, how would I know if the shocks are good or bad? I've driven plenty of sports cars. This car, seems to be a mushier Corvette for sure. And a times a bit floaty/bouncy in comparison to what I've driven. But when is really a good time to replace them? I did the "Push down on the bumper/car and see how many times it bounces" test, and it seems to be pretty taught, little to no bounce. Do they go bad after age, or after mileage? And, does the car have shocks up front, and rear, or where do struts come into the picture (sorry for being dumb). I'd rather be proactive than reactive... Thanks in advance for any guidance you can offer.