It doesn't occur to many Hyundai drivers just how many uses their factory headlights have.
You probably already know your low-beams. They're for everyday driving. As high-beams, though, headlighting shines wider, making them it for illuminating the way when it's very dark and there's no traffic coming.
You may also know that they work as hazard lights or flashers, informing other drivers of problems or dangerous situations nearby. But did you also know that they can help you get help by signaling that you're in distress? Some higher trim levels even have fog lights. These are a low-glare headlight, and they brighten your driving environment much better in bad weather.
Whatever your model has, it comes from your OEM one of three bulb types. Halogen bulbs are commonest in smaller Hyundai cars. Since Hyundai sports cars have narrower headlamp housings, they usually have what fits, namely Xenon bulbs (also called high-intensity discharge or HID). LED bulbs, on the other hand, you can find in many newer Hyundai vehicles. They're low-heat and very energy-efficient.
So, what headlights does your Hyundai need, specifically? The answer's body style-specific, but when to replace a car light bulb isn't. Change Xenon headlamps as they weaken, about every three years. Change LED headlamps if they burn out or their electronics quit working. Change halogen headlamps every two years or so. The best you can get for the job are genuine OEM. Hyundai designs them specifically for its models, after all. Just be sure to get the required light assembly kit to go with it.
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You can order them online right here at our auto parts store (plenty of other lighting, too -- taillights, daytime running lights, and more). Just browse what we have to offer by model and model year; it'll help you find what fits more quickly and easily. Buy now, and we'll ship in no time, delivering directly to your door.
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