shame its only available on the touring model.
Projectors are almost always the answer as long as your willing to pay or put in the effort to make it happen.fwiw, i recently upgraded to phillips crystalvision ultra....and it was a significant difference than stock halogens. longevity....who knows...but, i got them way cheaper than any brick and mortar store sold them for. i tried to price match at 2 stores...and they wouldnt' do it. so, i had to wait a few extra days for the usps to deliver.
curious if those would even be better with projectors. (btw, i did both the low and high beams at the same time)
While showing my LEDs to a friend he said, "And yet the fog lights are still halogen instead of LED." I wonder why they didn't just go all the way and make the fog lights LED as well?By far the best headlight of any car I've driven. It was a significant factor in the Touring since I leave for work between 4:30 and 6am and drive home around 5pm so I drive in the dark probably about 50% of the year. They are so good that I don't need the brights as much and fog light are useless unles it's foggy. They make little impact.
we have yellow light product of led fog light and led headlight,you can have a look.While showing my LEDs to a friend he said, "And yet the fog lights are still halogen instead of LED." I wonder why they didn't just go all the way and make the fog lights LED as well?