The Fiat is quite a head turner, with its unique design and compact stature. The car has gained some popularity in the last few years so the list of compatible aftermarket accessories that do the Fiat justice has exploded. Here is a set of Fiat 500 7443 LED bulbs that can be used as Fiat 500 LED DRL or turn signal lights. The white gives out a spread out beam of light that is quite a sight to see for yourself and everyone else on the road.
October 6, 2014:
One of our readers brought to our attention about bulb wattage in regards to H16 and H11.
To clarify, this post merely points out the varying shapes of the H16 and H11; this post does not refer to the bulb’s wattage in any way. When we mention H11, H16, 5202, we are talking about the bulb shape, regardless of the wattage.
Being the enthusiastic car lover that he is, one of our customers ordered some H16 LED bulbs from us to replace his stock Osram bulbs for his 2014 Toyota Corolla with the intention of making his ride look pretty sweet. The back of the Osram bulbs were labeled H16, but for some reason, the our LED bulbs didn’t fit.
One of our customers installed this pair of 7440 LED Backup Lights on his Lexus GS430 to replace the dull yellow stock factory bulbs and results are quite fantastic. Not only are the LED lights brighter, but they also make reversing much safer. Anyone with these LED bulbs wouldn’t have to worry about backing into a trash can in the middle of the night because these LED reverse lights are pretty much as bright as day!
Love the KDM Kia K5 and feeling extremely jealous that you’re stuck with the boring American version? We’ve got you covered with a sleek set of OEM style LED Daytime Running Lights for your 2011-2013 Kia Optima. Each piece comes with 12 pieces of high power LED lights per LED DRL. Installing this Kia K5 KDM LED DRL takes a bit of effort, as you have to cut out a part of the bumper crash beam (therefore we highly recommend professional installation for this product).
LED lighting technology is growing at a rapid rate and sometimes difficult to keep up with the new technology coming out. One specific new design is the diffuser mirror design built onto the tip of the LED bulb to create a cleaner beam pattern. Conventional LED bulbs do not have this feature available which is why the diffuser mirror design is superior in output.
We are all accustomed to see conventional LED light output inside an assembly housing where the light is reflected onto the chrome background. The new diffuser mirror design has a similar design reflecting light but the light output is much greater. The angle the diffuser mirror reflects the light onto the housing reflector creates a concentrated and focused cut off line similar to projectors in headlights. Having a focused cut off beam will increase the visibility on the road as compared to conventional LED lights where output is spread unevenly. In the end, the high power LEDs are bright, conventional or not conventional; however, the concentrated cut off beam will definitely draw more future interests.