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posted on 17th Oct 12 at 21:47

i hae got most the things i want. really want the satnav radio but wasnt an option on the S :(


posted on 17th Oct 12 at 05:53

i agree with changing the silver trim, spoils it going change mine to.if you are buying it new make sure you get all the options you want from the start total cost will be cheaper in the long run.


posted on 16th Oct 12 at 21:04

cheers for the advice davegreen but since im buying it brand new i dont want to do anything to void the warranty, stricting OE stuff to begin with.

Thinking gloss black interior bits from a vxr (currently has the horrible tacky silver bits), anthraciting the standard alloys, and putting the VX styling body pack on it for now


posted on 16th Oct 12 at 20:25

if you are thinking of changing your suspention i can highly recomend bilstien b8 kits, ive got them on my sxi and its great to drive, droped approx 15mm from origanal set up, 30mm on a standard car. they do a 50mm drop kit to.


posted on 16th Oct 12 at 06:30

Okay, i know the headunit itsself is the same as the ones with the steering wheel controls. Just wondered if it would be straight plug and play as the non control wheels ook a bit pants.

And thats what i thought OJC but i read it on the vauxhall website on the specs and though, aaang on a minute.


posted on 16th Oct 12 at 05:46

Only SXi/SRi has updated suspension with slightly stiffer/lower springs.


posted on 16th Oct 12 at 05:35

check with your dealer but yes if the radio is compatable it should work once its been pluged into tech2. think its an option when you get low spec models as is the radio/sat nav.


posted on 16th Oct 12 at 00:23

They're unlikely to need wiring in as I think they'll interface to the CAN bus.

Probably need enabling with a Tech 2, assuming your radio supports them.


posted on 15th Oct 12 at 22:45

So basically my little 1.0 b's timing chain finally gave in so ive bought a brand new corsa d.

What i want to know is the model i have bought (corsa S) doesnt have the steering wheel buttons, but im wondering if i get some buttons from a srappy would they be fit-able? is there likely to be wiring there for them?

Also vauxhall website says corsa S has lowered sports suspension as standard.... is this true? looks the same as all the rest to be honest?