Ever wonder what the differences between the LED and xenon headlights are? Well, look no further, here's a quick comparison of the two types of headlights you can get on your vehicle.
First things first, the LED headlights are an option that costs $1900 bucks. It includes the upgrade to LED lights and the adaptive headlights which allows the headlights to turn with the direction of the wheels at lower speeds. I believe it's under 30MPH, but don't quote me on that. The xenon headlights are a standard option. For what they are they seem to work perfectly fine but they will operate at a higher temperature and use more energy due to the nature of xenon bulbs. The headlights will probably have a shorter lifespan than its LED counterparts. They will also be slightly dimmer than the LEDs. In short, they're different composition materials so they will have different properties.
The following is a visual comparison between the LEDs and the xenons. They LEDs are on the right and the Xenons are on the left.
From what I've heard you really cannot go wrong with either. I personally have never noticed any big differences with the adaptive headlights. I'm sure they work but it's not very noticeable. The LEDs do look alot more aggressive, but I'm not sure I could justify the cost vs functionality if I could buy the car again.
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