Depo Headlights

Depo Headlights

No matter whether you own a compact personal car, a tough off-roader, or a roomy minivan, good visibility is one of the main factors determining your safety on or off the road. If your factory headlights malfunction or simply do not meet your needs for other reasons, Depo has a variety of options to offer you instead. Since one of the main rules of the company is to know the needs of their buyers and meet them, all their products are designed and crafted with customer satisfaction in mind. This translates not only into quality but also into the looks and performance that Depo headlights provide.

Those who simply want to restore visibility by replacing a broken or deteriorated headlight can choose one of the factory-style models. Using cutting-edge equipment, Depo makes sure that all the replacements fit, look, and serve just like the original parts, so there is nothing to worry about. Along with the factory headlights, this brand offers a wide range of their custom counterparts that are designed by renowned engineers with years of experience in the industry. Combining their expertise with an innovative approach, they create top-notch LED and projector headlights.

The latter are a perfect option if you often travel in the dead of the night, in places with very poor street illumination. Thanks to their special design, projectors are capable of producing a very intense beam of light which is not only powerful but also focused. LEDs are yet another great alternative, and it’s all about efficiency and longevity. The beam they produce is bright, but that’s not the only benefit these lights offer, as they are also energy-efficient and long-lasting. Also, there are Depo DRLs that will make your daytime drive safer by making your vehicle more conspicuous.

Depo Headlights Reviews

2 reviews
5 of 5
DEPO - Replacement Headlight Assembly for 2014 Nissan Altima
The 2014 Nissan Altima we purchased for our Grand Daughters College Transportation had terrible lights at night when using the Low Beams. It was similar to trying to see the road with a candle on each side of the road. I searched for several Nissan Forums, talked to the Cape Girardeau, MO Service Department, and the Parts Man. No recall, and No Solution offered by Nissan to correct the customer's issue as of June 2020 for all Altima's with defective Low Beam Projectors. They could change out the Headlight assemblies for around $1000 out of pocket. My Solution is a set (Left & Right) of these DEPO Headlight Assemblies. They are a Quality Product, look like factory and fit perfect. They even come with Bulbs, which I didn't use. I did have to raise the Low Beam Light pattern several turns to get the Top of the Low Beam light positioned properly on the garage door at 33 feet. To do that you need a 12" #2 Phillips to go down the Hole (Left & Right) at the rear of the Projector. Clockwise Turning raises the Beam, and CCW Lowers the Beam, for ONLY the Low Beam Projectors. The High Beam's are fixed in the Assembly and don't move. A satisfied Customer of CARID, for their solution.
Posted by Larry (Chaffee, MO) / July 04, 20202014 Nissan Altima
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