LUX BMW E90 LCI HALOGEN V3 Angel Eyes
The LUX E90 LCI Halogen V3 angel eyes are the smart choice for replacement LED Angel eyes for the 2009-2011 E90 3-series sedans with Halogen headlights. Our new Halogen V3s converts the dim yellowish color in stock angel eyes to a bright white color that is much brighter and more appealing.
1 order will contain 2 lights and will illuminate all 4 rings on a vehicle.
The E90 LCI Halogen V3s produce around 1800 lumen total, and are the brightest plug and play lights on the market for compatible BMW’s (see compatibility tab) which means add increased visibility to oncoming cars and pedestrians. LUX E90 LCI Halogen V3s utilize the newest Cree LED’s on the market, and offer a color temperature around 6000K, making them 4x brighter than stock. They are also easily matched to other headlight bulbs to give your car a clean refreshed look. .
- 6000k Color
- 1800 total Lumen
- Equivalent to 88 watt halogen bulbs
- Over 4x brighter than stock bulbs
- Brightest LCI Halogen lights on the market
- Compact design
To ensure the part(s) you have ordered fits your vehicle, we run a compatibility check prior to dispatch. We can do this either using your registration number(UK) or the last 7 digits of your VIN. Simply enter your car details prior to checkout.
- 2009 - 2011 BMW E90 E91 3-Series Saloon & Touring with Halogen Headlights made by Valeo only
- Not compatible with 335i models or xenon headlights
- Not compatible with European ZKW manufactured lights, if your lights were manufactured by ZKW, you will need the E90 V7 Angel Eyes.
You can find the light manufacture under the bonnet, there's a stamp or decal listing the light manufacturer.
Free Next Day UK Delivery
FREE UK next day delivery if ordered before 11am! We can also ship worldwide, simply enter your full address during checkout for a shipping quote.
There is a 1-year warranty on all LUX Products.
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