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Cts Prefacelift Vs. Cts Facelift Vs. Cts-comp. Steering Wheels!


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Ok guys, i LOVE my CTS, but the one thing that really really bugs me, is the HGV style steering wheel

its big, thin and boring! lol.....

so the question is. are the steering wheels different from preand post facelift and also compressors? id like something at least fatter if not an inch or 2 smaller in diameter, but also i dont want anything aftermarket, it would need to be toyota in brand and a direct fitment.

any help would be much appreciated.

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Think they're all the same mate

Facelift's look like this (barring the silver bits! :lol: )

corolla23ap.jpg

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Steering wheel controls are different on a Pre-Facelift. They aren't mounted on the left spoke but instead are mounted on the round bit between the left and bottom spoke.

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mine has red stitching

They all do, couldn't find a pic of a UK CTS ;)

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hmmmm norfolk that facelift wheel looks chunkier!!! lol.... i take it due to the stereo controls they are not a direct swap.

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Sounds like Ricc vs Norfolk in Girth comparison............. :eek::lol:

Get the tape measures out :P

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