Mitsubishi Montero Headlights

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    While you drive a vehicle as chic and well put together as the Mitsubishi Montero, you may find it challenging to think of any kind of way you could possibly enhance its design. At CARiD, we recognize that even an automobile as effective as this Mitsubishi is undoubtedly awarded a different and appealing new look with the greatest in after market Montero projector headlights. There are a myriad of advantages for improving your Montero with modified Montero projector headlights, such as giving your vehicle a substantially more personalized appearance, letting you see far better at nighttime or in poor visibility, as well as allowing you to use something that essentially fits you and your personal preferences as opposed to the basics furnished by Mitsubishi.

    We offer a terrific choice of Mitsubishi Montero headlights, for instance the in style Montero Euro headlights design, that provide your car with a stunning and modern look, our Montero halo projectors which give strong, powerful brilliance, and different other innovative and compelling Mitsubishi Montero custom headlights. We promote our collection at the most affordable price tags on line, and stock products and solutions from the prime companies. Bring your Mitsubishi Montero a little more style and make it more secure by searching for your brand new Montero headlights right away!

    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 112 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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    Ever since BMW introduced "halo" headlights to serve as daytime running lights on their 2001 5-series, rings of light encircling round headlamp bulb openings have caught on around the world as THE dramatic way to add visual Wow and stance to a vehicle's front profile. While composite headlamp assemblies became mainstream in the 1980s, it wasn't until the turn of the millennium that automakers began to style multi-faceted projector beam style bulbs within the housings.
    Like Euro Taillights, Euro Headlights are a style of headlight housing that is popular as a replacement for the original manufacturer installed headlight housings. Projector Headlight refers to the actual headlight fixture within the headlight housing. Projector headlights produce more focused beam of light with less scatter loss, which makes driving in darkness and inclement weather safer.

    Customer Reviews
    5(5)
    2013 Mitsubishi Lancer
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    "The best headlights money can buy."

    5(5)
    2013 Mitsubishi Lancer
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    "These lights are awesome looking and easy to install. Only gripe is the extra electrical clip, needed to tie in the halo portion, was not provided."

    4.5(4.5)
    2013 Mitsubishi Lancer
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    "I have a 2013 Lancer GT, with aftermarket HIDs. First of all, let me say that this product is not plug and play. You will need to go out and buy a 9006 socket if you have my car. The plug features bigger spades in it. Compared to the smaller spade entrances on the car plug, there will be some modification required. Halos come as + and - wires, which I tapped into the parking lights to make it work as desired. All in all, this product is amazing and provides a more aggressive appearance over the stock headlights. Totally worth the work I put into making it work. Other than that, it's a direct bolt-on. No problems fitting them over stock. If you have a 2013 Lancer GT, be prepared for some work, but know that it pays off in the end."

    4.5(4.5)
    2005 Mitsubishi Eclipse
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    "After much searching on the internet for aftermarket headlight assemblies, the smoke CCFLs were a perfect choice for my black '01 Mitsubishi Eclipse. The gunmetal looking dark chrome surface inside the assembly and the tinted lense compliment the black paint and carbon fiber accents on my car. These lights look like they were made for my car and definitely make it appear to be a much newer model year. I almost bought an HID converter, but I'm glad I decided not to. The lights and bulbs they come with are Very bright, both low and high beams. I confirmed this having my friend drive the Eclipse while I drove in front. The low beams were almost distractingly too bright... But this could just be that I intentionally looking back at them. When wired correctly, the halos come on with both parking lights and headlights. Beautiful to drive with parking lights on during daylight hours now, and the look turns a lot of heads. Price/value was very fair, but since it cost well over $250, gave it four stars rather than five - although no complaints on sturdy, sealed design, largely plug-and-play install, thick outer lense, and the fact that beams were nearly perfectly aligned after just throwing in the three installation bolts. Ease of installation received four stars, only because I had to search the Mitsubishi Eclipse forums before I could confirm the wiring for the CCFLs. On this Eclipse model, there was just enough room to stick the CCFL power modules (provided) in the back-bottom portion of the car's headlight mounting area. I recommend always double checking your work with an op check before crimping any spices. Also, I used the type splice that you shrink with heat source (lighter) after crimping to keep out any moisture and increase the integrity of the splice. You should also use the black corrugated wire conduit to help protect wirings and make it an overall more professional install. I found both of these products at my local big chain hardware store. Spend a little money on this product instead of reconditioning your headlights, which only lasts a few months, and you'll fall in love with your car's headlight look and functionality."

    4(4)
    2005 Mitsubishi Eclipse
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    "These lights looked great out of the box but one of the rubber gaskets didn't have any stick to it. These lights are not simply plug and play. None of the vids on CARiD that I saw showed you that you have to wire the LEDs either to the parking light or the drive lights. These lights are not as bright as factory and even though my mechanic attempted to seal them with silicone, I still ended up with condensation in the lights. "