What are good interior accessories for my car?? — PinoyExchange

What are good interior accessories for my car??

SweetJem Registered User
ok..i drive a 2003 Toyota corolla S..i bought it here in the US..what are nice interior accessories that i can put in it..yung hindi magmumukhang bakya..?? and where can I get it?? like anong mga websites?? yung US-based ha..thanks


  • slamm
    slamm runnin on empty
    Keep it clean and simple (no stickers and hanging doo-dads)... a lot will depend on your taste but if you ask me, a clean interior with a nice sound system will work OK. :) Plus add a nice Momo steering wheel, and maybe a matching pedal and shifter set.
  • shun_sakurai
    shun_sakurai when in doubt, FLAT OUT!
    I agree.

    If you're the CD-listening type, I suggest you get one of those CD wallets that comes with elastic bands so you can attach it on your window-visors. It's pretty practical. :D

    If your car has frequent smokers an ionizer would be good.

    Other than that I suggest you stick with a clean-looking car. Good luck.
  • SweetJem
    SweetJem Registered User
    I am more of a CD listening type when I drive..and I want to make my sound system better coz i still have the factory CD player which works fine but I'm still planning on changing it. Whats a Momo steering wheel..?? is that the brand?? thanks a lot.
  • shun_sakurai
    shun_sakurai when in doubt, FLAT OUT!
    Momo is an Italian maker of steering wheels, and that's their brand name. I've seen a few of their steering wheels and they're all pretty nice (mostly 3- and 4-spokers). Try doing a search of their models on the Web.

    Do try to check if changing the steering wheel might be illegal where you're in. Usually, changing the steering wheel means doing away with the airbag. Some aftermarket steering wheels have airbags, but making them work with your car's airbag system might be a tough job (it's not impossible though).

    As for changing your car's "head unit" and audio system, good reputable brands to go for are Pioneer and Alpine. A friend advised me to spend cash for a very good amplifier, in case you want to get aftermarket speakers. When you do have money for better speakers later on, the amplifier should provide enough power to have your speakers working the way you want them to.

    Sony's new Xplod line is also good, as far as I've heard. My friend has a fondness for German-made speakers like MBQuart.

    Good luck!
  • SweetJem
    SweetJem Registered User
    shun hey thanks a lot..i will sure check out the stuff u recommended..
  • Like the others have said above. You also wanna check out those broadway mirrors for your car. It's a larger rear view mirror so you can see more, its alot safer too!

    Other brands of head unit you should check out is clarion and nakamichi.

    for the subs, I would go with JL's.

    whatever you do, just do it for yourself. whatever you feel is the best for you.
  • shun_sakurai
    shun_sakurai when in doubt, FLAT OUT!

    Good luck! Just remember to take these things one at a time. It'll be easier on your pocket and on your head. :)
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