Look who dropped by our store today! This is a 2014 Mazda 3 with a set of OEM Fit Mazda 3 LED Daytime Running Lights. The LED assembly fits flawlessly with the rest of the car to give it a more complete look. The direct fit LED DRL sits comfortably underneath the turn signal lamps and has a nice contrasting look when you’re waiting at the turning lane. Not only does the LED DRL look like an expensive factory option, but it also looks pretty unique. No one would have guessed that it’s a nice aftermarket addition that costs a fraction of the factory price.
Got a Hyundai Sonata without OEM fog lamps? That’s your gain since these Hyundai Sonata direct fit LED daytime running lights are made just for that. These 14W high power LED DRL fit snugly into the fog light pocket so that it fully utilizes the space! These LEDs are high powered so it adds quite a nice touch to (almost) any Hyundai Sonata.
The Nissan 350Z is still quite a popular car with tons of aftermarket options available for an upgraded look. If you’ve got a 2003-2005 350Z and think those amber side reflectors are completely hideous, then replace it with a new set of Nissan 350Z LED daytime running lights. You get 7 pieces of high powered LED bulbs as a replacement to give you a whole new xenon white look.
While Xenon white LED daytime running lights look great with their stunning glow, not everyone may prefer the white look and might opt for the classic amber yellow look. Amber yellow is also a great choice for LED daytime running lights because they give off that classic vibe, yet are still a huge difference from the stock look. These LED daytime running lights are great for someone who wants to stay classy, but give off a bit of a different vibe as well.
Everyone knows that HID and LED are the future and if your car doesn’t come standard with these luxuries, then aftermarket is the way to go. These are 10W high power CREE LED Fog Lamps that has a specially designed diffusion mirror in front of the LED bulb that reflects light directly to the stock lamp’s reflector. Think of this as the same concept as shining a flashlight into the mirror and seeing the light output reflected back super bright.