Scion xB 2008, Headlight Bulbs by Sylvania®. SilverStar zXe halogen bulbs feature a bulb chamber that combines both xenon and halogen gas to give the brighter, whiter light of an HID bulb without the high cost and complexity of upgrading to an HID or a xenon system. Mirror tip and cobalt blue coating provide a jewel-like shimmer that adds xenon style and attitude to your vehicle. Advanced engineering and manufacturing ensures all components fit like original equipment and install just as easily. Upgrade your standard bulbs with SilverStar halogen bulbs and gain an increase in brightness of 35% with light that travels 30% further and increases peripheral visibility by 35% - without the high cost and complexity of upgrading to a xenon system. Upgrade your standard bulbs with SilverStar Ultra halogen bulbs and gain Sylvania's largest increase in brightness of 50% with light that travels 40% further and increases peripheral visibility by 50%.
|Bulb Size: T4|
|Primary Filament Life (hours): 125|
- 100% street legal
- Sylvania's best combination of whiteness and brightness available in their product line
- Bulbs and bulb sockets are built to fine, exacting tolerances to fit like original equipment and install just as easily with no modifications
Replace your factory bulbs with SilverStar Replacement Bulbs and give your vehicle an upgrade in light output, visibility, and style. Sylvania bulbs are designed to match the shape and size of your original factory ones, so installation is as easy as snapping them into place and plugging in wire connectors. When you consider how significantly these bulbs extend your night time vision while making you more visible to others, they are the obvious choice for safety. Because SilverStar bulbs are engineered to burn brighter, it is possible their lifespan may vary depending on regional climate conditions.
Sylvania® was originally founded in 1931, specializing in the development and manufacturing of vacuum tubes and radio transceivers. The company emerged on the forefront of lighting technology with the introduction of the first fluorescent lighting tube in 1939, and followed by branching into customer electronics such as television sets, radios, camera flashbulbs, and more. In 1959, Sylvania merged with General Telephone to form General Telephone and Electronics (GTE). During the following decades, Sylvania expanded their product lineup into automotive lighting applications and began cutting edge work on fiberoptics. In 1993, Sylvania merged with German lighting company Osram (founded in 1919) to form the Osram Sylvania name that is known today. Today, Osram Sylvania has United States headquarters and manufacturing in Hillsboro, NH and has become the world's largest manufacturer of automotive lighting equipment as well as products that illuminate homes and commercial applications.