Mazda 3 OEM Style Switchback LED Daytime Running Lights

Every Mazda 3 should install a set of OEM fit LED daytime running lights because the design of the vehicle’s lower bumper is just so suitable for additional daytime running lights or turn signal lights. Can’t decide if you would prefer daytime running lights or turn signal lights? You can have both in the same assembly! This is a set of switchback Mazda 3 OEM style LED DRL with both daytime running light and turn signal light capability so you can flawlessly switch back from daytime running lights and turn signal lights at the flick of a switch.

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Mercedes Benz C-Class Direct Fit LED Daytime Running Lights

Mercedes Benz are already pretty luxurious cars to start with, but a little touch of uniqueness would still definitely do the car justice. Enter this set of Mercedes C-Class LED daytime running lamps that’s a direct fit onto the lower bumper and snugly fits into the fog lamp bezel. The C-Class OEM Fit LED DRL is a great way to give your C-Class a great look and keep up with all of the luxury aspects of Euro cars. Most of the time, you don’t necessarily see extra lighting equipment on European cars so this upgrade is definitely one way to make the C-Class look different from all the other ones on the street.

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Volkswagen Jetta LED Daytime Running Light Bulbs Fit Great With Anything

The Volkswagen Jetta is all over the roads nowadays and for good reason. They are extremely popular because they are reliable and affordable, but they are also easy to mod as well. This 7506 LED DRL setup is no exception, as these LED bulbs are quite the nice upgrade that replace your boring yellow stock bulbs for a whole new look. You never know what you were missing out the entire time until you made the change and you probably would kick yourself why you didn’t switch over sooner.

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SPY SHOT: Future Car 2016 Kia Optima

We see all sorts of vehicles for all walks of life testing on the Nurburgring, but sometimes these prototypes break down like the case of this 2016 Kia Optima. No worries for the driver or the engineer team, since there was a tow truck conveniently waiting to send the Optima back to the technical center.

Looks like we just have to wait and see what the car has in store for us when it comes back with a vengeance. Stay tuned for more news about the 2016 Kia Optima and what the engineers are doing to fix it.

SPY SHOT: Future Car 2017 Hyundai Genesis Coupe

2017 might seem to be a long way off, but the Hyundai Genesis Coupe has been spied for the first time. The next generation Hyundai Genesis coupe is expected to gravitate towards the Grand Tourer area, meaning that the car will be bigger and have more luxury features for all of the occupants. From the spy photos, it doesn’t seem too obvious, but it’s what in the interior that really matters.

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