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    There’s a time to make your presence known. With so many “cloned” vehicles traversing through the landscape, it can be easy to get lost in the fold. Not with Mazda Projector Headlights. All the sizzling styles and flavors of Mazda Euro Headlights are right here at CARiD.Com! We stock our inventory full of the highest-quality Mazda Headlights available to provide you with the most up-to-date choices. Mazda Headlights come in a variety of options for drivers of all tastes and backgrounds. Choose from CCFL Angel Eyes, Crystal Clear, JDM Black, Clear Projector, Yellow Fog Lights, and more. The unmistakable “Halo” effect of Mazda Projector Headlights always initiates a response. Here’s your chance to grab a hold of it at the best value you will find anywhere!

    CARiD cares about making sure our drivers receive the highest level of quality that exists. We work with the most reputable manufacturers on the planet for all of our Mazda Headlights. Each pair of Mazda Halo Headlights is guaranteed to enact a precise OEM-fit and is comprised of ultra-durable materials that won’t overheat or crack – unlike all the imitations out there. Plus, we make it easy! Mazda Halo Headlights are preassembled and arrive ready for “plug & play” installation! Click on your Model above to discover your new Mazda Euro Headlights today!

    With the headlights we store in our range, you will easily light up your way home even through the densest darkness. Halo, CCFL, and LED headlights, as well as Euro, projector, and Angel Eyes headlights - all of them and even more are gathered for you on our digital shelves. They are blazing, they are stylish, and they are waiting for you. If you have any doubts as for the quality and fit of the products we store, you are welcome to read 27 headlight reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and choose the brightness and style that you need.



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    If the headlight assemblies on your car or truck have become damaged, weather-worn, or simply dull and uninteresting to look at, there’s a wealth of aftermarket replacement choices that will add a great deal of visual wow and stance to the front of your vehicle – at a lower cost than you might think. Aftermarket headlamp assemblies on the market today tend to be grouped into five main designations: “Projector” style, “Halo” style, “LED” style, “Euro” style, and “Factory” style.

    Customer Reviews
    4(4)
    2008 Mazda 3
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    "Looks great, nice upgrade. They are worth it but get them professionally wired. The high beams were not working even though you just plug in. Once they wired it professionally, they worked. Also make sure you adjust screws so wires won't show. I thought it was damaged, but you just have to adjust them. Do it before the installation...easier."

    4.5(4.5)
    2007 Mazda 3
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    "Purchased these headlamp housings for one of my customers recently and they were very impressed. They're not overly flashy and have quite the elegant look with the halos. Halos glow an almost blueish white, they're very nice. Overall both myself and the customer were very satisfied."

    4.5(4.5)
    2008 Mazda 3
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    "Headlights are excellent but if you would like a whiter headlight to match the LED's, I would suggest purchasing different bulbs because the ones that come with the headlights are yellow compared to the LED's. Other than that, overall looks sweet."

    5(5)
    2005 Mazda 6
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    "Light Output: Compared to the stock lights these have a much better light output both on low and high beam. Got to fully enjoy them on my drive back from AC NJ to QZ NY, and they were a def improvement. The cut off lines are precise, the CCFL are a def must. Clean vibrant and clear without any overshadow on the projectors, no yellowing of the color and no star your eyes effect. Quality: A fellow Mazda owner has the knock offs from Ebay and after helping him install them I can see why they are cheaper - these are far better. The plastic lens is much denser and almost crystal clear (it's still plastic), the headlight back housing is sturdier with no soft spots. Was a simple process to reuse my Hid Kits with these and maintain the backing plates and rubber cups...three rain storms and no condensation inside which was a real surprise since I have an open frame CF Hood. Installation:Shop said installation was easy and plug and play but only thing is dont put your bumper back on till after you make your angle adjust ments as theres little space to get sucket behind low beams-pretty much same issue with stock headlights. I recommend these to any mazda owner considering them for their car....The light output + Quality Build + how they look on the Car= Sexy."

    4.5(4.5)
    2008 Mazda 3
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    "Give a good-looking 'imitation' of Audi light. Even if they say they don't work with HID, u can buy a light bulb that fits so it work with HID kit, just have to change the light bulb."