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I own a Maruti Suzuki Eeco which is 2 years old now. However due to wear and tear not only have the seats gone bad but there are several factors that I never quite liked about the van. I want to replace the steering, the seats and also make the windows powered. Any suggestions about the same? Also, are there options to accessorize the van? I want to refurbish my van as much as I can as I am frankly a bit bored of it.
 

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I agree that the original steering and seats are pretty bad. You could go for some leather seat covers or some kind of fabric upholstery. You can always check the diameter of your steering wheel and then check for ones you like on the internet or in a physical store. The diameters of the new wheel must be the same as that was given by the manufacturer.
And yes, you can get powered windows installed as MGA.
 

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I own a Maruti Suzuki Eeco which is 2 years old now. However due to wear and tear not only have the seats gone bad but there are several factors that I never quite liked about the van. I want to replace the steering, the seats and also make the windows powered. Any suggestions about the same? Also, are there options to accessorize the van? I want to refurbish my van as much as I can as I am frankly a bit bored of it.
Since your question about the modifications of your van has been answered, I'll try to help you with the accessorizing bit.
The first and most common option would be to go for alloy wheels (13-inch ones). You could go for door visors and door guards, a cigar lighter if you smoke, a good updated navigation system, a reading lamp, rearview mirror hang-ons, rear seat footrest, speakers, roof luggage carrier.
If you want to revamp the interiors of your car, you should go for a complete refurbishing of the seats and the steering, a good cleaning of the ceiling and walls and then accessorize it nicely based on your preferences. You will definitely get the feel of a new car. :)
 

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Since your question about the modifications of your van has been answered, I'll try to help you with the accessorizing bit.
The first and most common option would be to go for alloy wheels (13-inch ones). You could go for door visors and door guards, a cigar lighter if you smoke, a good updated navigation system, a reading lamp, rearview mirror hang-ons, rear seat footrest, speakers, roof luggage carrier.
If you want to revamp the interiors of your car, you should go for a complete refurbishing of the seats and the steering, a good cleaning of the ceiling and walls and then accessorize it nicely based on your preferences. You will definitely get the feel of a new car. :)
Thanks! These are some good ideas for accessories for my Eeco.
Do you happen to know any manufacturer of these accessories that are good in quality and a bit reasonably priced?
 

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Thanks! These are some good ideas for accessories for my Eeco.
Do you happen to know any manufacturer of these accessories that are good in quality and a bit reasonably priced?
Hey, yes you can check out the websites I have mentioned below. These generally have very good products that are reasonably priced and you can always find accessories in the Maruti Suzuki Genuine Accessories section on the Maruti Suzuki website.
  • autofurnish.com
  • rideofrenzy.com
  • mtekengineers.com
 
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