Originally Posted by jdubhack
According to both vendors they haven't sold a single set yet. It is more likely that the owner retro-fitted his existing headlights or found another company.
Everyone continues to associate the word "cheap" with this product which, apart from having hands on them, is unfounded and biased. Chinese products don't necessarily equal cheap, although I understand the stigma.
We've been begging for aftermarket products for the MK3 and now that we're starting to get some there are those that want to decry "cheap." Let's slow down until we know for sure.
Baby steps...baby steps. At least the Chinese are starting the necessary move to get some aftermarket support.
I agree wholeheartedly. It's foolish to scream (and we have been screaming) for aftermarket support and then immediately declare products crap before even geting reviews or even seeing them in person.
Originally Posted by suss6052
LED strips belong on Audis, and halos on BMWs, otherwise it just looks sort of silly to me personally.
They are on just about half of fords car in on trim or another and really accent the cars. I also like that Ford is using solid strips instead of beaded bulbs on audis, Chryslers, etc.