Most of Outlooks I've seen and drove on dealers lots do not have optional HID's. Before I spend the extra 500 bucks, would like some opinions on whether this option is worth it (Kinda think blueish tint is cool, not sure they are $500 cool) 8).
Appreciate the help here guys. I am really leaning toward going with them. An other thing I heard, not sure if it is a rumor, but on coming cars will flash their head lights at you; thinking your low beams are high beams.
Some will. It depends on how your lights hit there car and if they are not stupid enough to realize alot of cars today have HIDS and know what they are. These are Bi Xenon lights so remember your HI beams will be bright as ****
Have them, best light to have on any car in my opinion. Yes, have had quite of few people high beam me because of them ,but boy do they feel dum when i hight beam them back, the look on their face, since you can see them even more clearly...confused, shocked or embarrassed!
Ever replacing a xenon bulb is actually very rare. The lifespan of these bulbs is usually far greater than the lifespan of the actual car. They are also much more stable than any bulb with a filament in it. So replacement costs of HID's, unless they are physically damaged, really shouldn't even be a concern.
I actually do not have them on our Outlook and wish I did. When I got them on my other car, I swore I would never buy a car again without them...but ended up having to get the Outlook on short notice, and there were none that had the options we required that also had HID headlights. I sure wish we could have had more time to find or order one with them, though, as they are worth far more than the $500 in my opinion.
A while ago I test drove an Altima right after the body was changed and it had the HID lights and believe me, it was like a line was drawn between the lights and the dark. You could really see the difference between standard and HID's.