We are pleased to introduce to you our LATEST LED light bar design! Dealing with light bars with annoying screws sticking out the way they do is very cumbersome and irritating at times because they make the installation process longer. How are you supposed to slip your LED light bar in between your mounting brackets when there’s a metal rod sticking out on both ends? Moreover, you’re stuck in the mud if these threaded screws break off! So instead of working with built-in screws, bolt your screws on your single-row LED light bar instead!
We recently asked for a Toyota Camry SE or XSE to come by and try out our license plate bracket and Andrew answered the call. We saw the new Toyota Camry as a potential gamechanger in its segment with its new facelifted design and its usual fuel efficiency. Andrew rolled in with his XSE and surprised us with the work he’s already done; carbon fiber trims and smoked out bumper reflectors, letters and logo make his Camry looking sporty. What better way to make it even sportier than offsetting his license plate?
The Chevy Silverado special editions are as rugged as rugged gets. Today standard edition Silverados hold their own in terms of their rough and manly exterior, and has vastly improved in aesthetics and engine performance. But for the beefiest and most testosterone-injected pick-up truck, it HAS to be a special edition Chevrolet Silverado. It doesn’t matter if its the Redline, Custom Sport, or Special Ops version; its body size, special head lights, and driving performance is certainly a major step up. However, the Silverado can ALWAYS get more rugged. How? With a 50″ curved 288W LED light bar.
The Hyundai Sonata is Korea’s dip into the mid-size sedan market segment, competing with the likes of top contenders such as the Toyota Camry, Honda Accord, and the Nissan Altima. Holding its own with a very spacious interior and an infotainment system that is Apple Carplay and Android Auto ready, the Sonata is able to keep its head above water and stay relevant. Many base models however are lacking a vital touch that, if going through a dealership, essentially requires an additional $1000+ to upgrade to. That vital touch is a set of LED daytime running lights.
When it comes to full sized sedans, the Nissan Maxima ranks highest among the likes of the Toyota Avalon, Hyundai Azera, and the Chevy Impala. Straddling the line between practicality and luxury, The Maxima is a premium-tier car that offers standard luxury elements for a comfortable ride. Heated leather seats make for smooth entry into the spacey cabin, and an infotainment system rounds out the comprehensive and practical interior. At the front end Nissan created a “V-Motion” look that makes its curbside presence hard to ignore. But there’s always room for enhancement; just when you think you’ve been wowed, the RGB demon eyes LED strip module engages and you get blown away.