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    Hey everyone,

    Please suggest some good halogens for 2010 GLi. I don't want to use HID in the normal housing plus which kind of bulbs fit into this model? Looking for some good options. Thanks


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    Stock bulbs are more than enuf in this model

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    I'm not sure about 2010 but I use Osram Nightbreaker Unlimited in my 2012 model for both low and high beam which provides excellent visibility. The color is yellowish but works well for me. Contact Babar from Karachi, trustworthy dealer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dms664 View Post
    Stock bulbs are more than enuf in this model

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    I agree, but my once a month commute to my village puts those to shame!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haris.K View Post
    I'm not sure about 2010 but I use Osram Nightbreaker Unlimited in my 2012 model for both low and high beam which provides excellent visibility. The color is yellowish but works well for me. They might cost you around 9000 for both sets, contact Babar from Karachi, trustworthy dealer.
    Thanks for suggestion bro, can you please share the result of the output you're getting from those?

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    I also have the option for Phillips XtremeVision thanks to a fellow PakWheeler! However, I am a bit hesitant as 9-10k for low & high beam bulbs is a big amount for me and I don't want to spend that money until I can see the results and have enough recommendations

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmerkhan123 View Post
    I also have the option for Phillips XtremeVision thanks to a fellow PakWheeler! However, I am a bit hesitant as 9-10k for low & high beam bulbs is a big amount for me and I don't want to spend that money until I can see the results and have enough recommendations
    Also consider life span of xtreme vision and nightbreakers. They have significantly low life span as compared to OEM or other off the shelf bulbs. you can compare specs at philips automotive and osram website.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sarmadraheem View Post
    Also consider life span of xtreme vision and nightbreakers. They have significantly low life span as compared to OEM or other off the shelf bulbs. you can compare specs at philips automotive and osram website.
    Now thats new info for me! Thanks for sharing that bro I'll definitely check

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