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Hey everyone. Just got my 2012 Corolla S about a week ago and am loving it so far. Really glad I found this forum, loads of information here! The only problem I really have with the car is the steering feel. Compared to my 2000 Eclipse, the steering has no feel and is too loose. I was wondering if there was any way to improve this?
 

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Try running a search, many people have talked about this before. Basically here are you options:

1)new springs (Trd are great if you don't want to drop your car low)
2)TRD rear sway bar upgrade
3)TRD upper strut bar



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Try running a search, many people have talked about this before. Basically here are you options:

1)new springs (Trd are great if you don't want to drop your car low)
2)TRD rear sway bar upgrade
3)TRD upper strut bar
This works well but I also noticed a huge improvement by upgrading the stock 16" tires & going to a 17" wheel with a 225/45R17 tire. :thumbsup: It completely changed the way the car drove & the steering feel. :clap:
 

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Check your tire pressure

Your tires maybe still over-inflated to 38-40psi, as the new car delivery was not prepared 100% and the guy in dealership didn't adjust the psi to the recommended list in door jam.

Car mfg intentionally over-inflated the tire to higher to avoid flat spot on tires as they never know how long the cars sit in the lot.
 

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The stock rubber is very low quality. Move to a better tire and it makes things better.
 
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