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    why do you want to do that ? corolla already have a power steering
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    ^ What if its a bolt on fit like the Japanese Alto's EPS is a bolt on fit to the local Alto/Cultus. And it costs around Rs.7000 for the entire swap.
    Get over the fact that Xli lacks power windows, Its an Xli because it lacks thoose features or else it would be a Gli or an Altis if had all the goodies.

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    ^^ exactly

    i like the feel of EPS over traditional HPS. and who would not like to have few gains in HP along with comfortable ride.

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    EPS is a very good option for our CNG fuelled (under-powered) vehicles, as HPS put extra load on engine.

    In case of corolla you need to change steering rack (kanghi) from existing hydraulic one to ordinary one which can be powered with EPS motor. ( I am not sure if you can get one for corolla, I did this market survey for similar conversion for Baleno however finally did not go for it.)

    EPS conversion in alto, cultus etc is cheaper & feasible since it involve only installation of EPS motor.

    Quote Originally Posted by ahsann View Post
    Can we install EPS in previous model of corolla?
    It already has a hydrolic system.

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    sure y not, even EE90 had EPS, it can be easily bolt on fixed w/o ne alteration.

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