Reviewed By Bryan Z (NOTTINGHAM, MD) Reviewed for a 2007 GMC Envoy —3/13/2018 1:21 PM
Not as bright as I expected
Reviewed By Garrett A (SARATOGA, CA) Reviewed for a 1998 Toyota Land Cruiser —2/6/2017 12:17 PM
I bought these to match the PIAA high and low beam bulbs I bought for the regular headlights. They are all awesome and work great together. They are a little pricey but they are worth it. Light is clear and bright and illuminate the road great. Very pleased!!
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Take a look at any endurance racecourse, on or off road, and you’re sure to see a paddock full of race machines festooned with PIAA lights. That’s because, according to most racers and enthusiasts, PIAA makes the best automotive lights money can buy. And when your lights can be the difference between a checkered flag and a crash, you gotta go with the best.
There’s a war brewing, and the aftermarket automotive lighting industry is the battlefield. Known as Putco vs. PIAA, this is one battle that’s likely to wage for years to come. PIAA, the most well-known name in the biz has been challenged by the young upstart Putco, for the title of lighting dominance. But, the way we see it, from Dodge Ram tail lights to Toyota Tacoma fog lights and every import and domestic vehicle bulb in between, you can’t go wrong with either brand for lighting your way.