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Halogen to match DRL?

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I just recently purchased a 2017 Hyundai Sonata Sport 2.0T. Do they have any Halogen headlight bulbs that match DRL? I would like LED but it seems like they don't have a good light output compared to halogen and I do not know how to install HIDs lol. Thank you in advance!
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I don't understand the logic with Hyundai. The Sport trim in 15' was a "option" to have HID while the 2.0T sport had it standard. Then in 16' they dropped it as standard equip along with full leather seats/push button start. WHY. I guess I got lucky but it's no diff then the ECO in 15' available with a tech package and then its completely dropped since. WHY Hyundai.. why...

My HID's don't match my DRL's either.. apparently people have stated 5500k matches the DRLs?

The Diamond Visions are nice though- I had them on my 2011 GLS. Barely see them in wet weather but at night or in dry they're awesome.
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The Diamond Visions are nice though- I had them on my 2011 GLS. Barely see them in wet weather but at night or in dry they're awesome.
Agreed, Diaamond Visions are something like 4200K and as soon as you get beyond the 3500K color of standard halogens wet roads are a problem because of the blue hue that people are convinced that these and anything up to 6000K is a white light.
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Thank you guys for the quick responses! It Looks like the Philips Diamond Vision 5000K Ultimate White Halogen Bulbs is the way to go. I will most likely be purchasing them on Amazon, so I would need Philips Diamond Vision 5000K Ultimate White Halogen Bulbs 9006 HB4 to fit my 2017 Hyundai Sonata Sport 2.0T? Just like the one Left_Snow posted (I can't post links yet because i'm a new member). I just want to make sure before I order them. Thanks again!

For those with these bulbs, did you find that these bulbs are at least as bright as the OEM ones? Is it really difficult to see in wet conditions making it dangerous? We don't have much rain in CA, but would be kind of scary if it's hard to see in the rain.

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Thank you guys for the quick responses! It Looks like the Philips Diamond Vision 5000K Ultimate White Halogen Bulbs is the way to go. I will most likely be purchasing them on Amazon, so I would need Philips Diamond Vision 5000K Ultimate White Halogen Bulbs 9006 HB4 to fit my 2017 Hyundai Sonata Sport 2.0T? Just like the one Left_Snow posted (I can't post links yet because i'm a new member). I just want to make sure before I order them. Thanks again!

For those with these bulbs, did you find that these bulbs are at least as bright as the OEM ones? Is it really difficult to see in wet conditions making it dangerous? We don't have much rain in CA, but would be kind of scary if it's hard to see in the rain.
Shop around, I got them for $22 and on Amazon as well.

I have an Accent and a Scion tC, and I have used these in the past before. On every car I ever put them on they have been noticeably brighter than other bulbs available.

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For those with these bulbs, did you find that these bulbs are at least as bright as the OEM ones?
They will be as bright or maybe even appear brighter and definitely whiter.
Be aware, because of the increased brightness these bulbs have a relatively short lifespan compared to what you have now.
They are rated for 350 hours so that's less than a year at 1 hour a day.

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They will be as bright or maybe even appear brighter and definitely whiter.
Be aware, because of the increased brightness these bulbs have a relatively short lifespan compared to what you have now.
They are rated for 350 hours so that's less than a year at 1 hour a day.
I've heard people say that. I had the CrystalVision Ultra Xeons in a Toyota for years. Last set I put in, and drove the car into the ground. It was at least 3 years.

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I've heard people say that. I had the CrystalVision Ultra Xeons in a Toyota for years. Last set I put in, and drove the car into the ground. It was at least 3 years.

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I agree that the CrystalVisions have a longer life but the DiamondVision is even more blue and blocks even more light and has a short lifespan.
Take a look at the barely over 50% rating these got on Amazon from the link posted above:
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