There are many components to your lighting system, and while every light has importance, for nighttime driving each Infiniti headlight on your vehicle has an essential role in keeping you and your Infiniti safe. It stands to reason, then, that a few minutes should be regularly invested in making sure that each Infiniti headlight is in proper working order, which can help you to prevent getting caught out in the dark without the lights you need to keep your ride safe. Fortunately, keeping your Infiniti headlight set in fine and safe working order is not difficult, nor is it - when you make your parts and replacements selection from our extensive inventory of aftermarket Infiniti parts and accessories - ridiculously expensive. Like all of our parts and accessories, our Infiniti headlight parts and replacements are reasonably priced, and those low prices are perfectly complemented by our standard offer to provide free ground shipping for all orders of $50 or more. Our lighting system parts listings include what you need to repair your Infiniti headlight, but if your Infiniti headlight is past repair, the housing cracked or broken, we also have replacements for numerous years and models. In addition to a variety of stock style replacements, we also have a selection of custom look styles, including the popular looks out of Europe, sleek, elegant and sporty. Ordering your Infiniti headlight parts or replacements, as with any of our other parts and accessories, is always safe and easy, whether you choose to place your order via our secure site or prefer to speak directly with one of our courteous and capable customer service representatives by dialing our toll-free telephone number.
Infiniti Headlight Buyer's Guide
- This buyer’s guide will cover the specifics of how to pick the right Infiniti headlights for your Infiniti model.
- If you’re replacing a single Infiniti headlight, note the side that holds the headlight. For those with room in their budget, consider replacing both headlights.
- Infiniti headlights use either halogen, LED, or HID light bulbs. Each type possesses advantages and disadvantages.
- Some Infiniti headlight assemblies lack light bulbs.
- Parts manufacturers design an Infinity headlight product as either an Original Equipment (OE) replacement or an OE upgrade.
- As of the time of this writing, replacement headlights for your Infiniti can cost you anywhere between around $30 to roughly $1360.
As the luxury vehicle division of Japanese auto manufacturing giant Nissan, Infiniti goes by “Inspired Performance.” It applies this philosophy to its lineup of vehicle models, such as the G-series of compact executive cars, and the components in its vehicles, including the headlights that come to life at night. Not for naught does the Infiniti Q50 bear “Light it up” as its slogan, and this buyer’s guide will cover the specifics of how to pick the right Infiniti headlights.
You can split a vehicle between its driver’s side and passenger’s side. While both sides share various parts, they also differ in striking ways. For example, the driver’s side contains the steering wheel, steering column, and dashboard while the passenger’s side holds the glove box.
A component designed for one side will probably not fit on the opposite side. If you’re replacing a single Infiniti headlight, note the side that holds the headlight. For those with room in their budget, consider replacing both headlights.
Halogen, LED, or HID light bulb for an Infiniti headlight?
The light source of an Infiniti headlight determines how well it performs at night. Halogen light bulbs remain the most common and affordable light source for vehicle headlights. They produce sufficient light for most conditions but consume considerable amounts of power, release plenty of heat, and don’t last as long as newer lightbulb types.
If you want or need brighter headlights for your Infiniti and can spare the cash, you have a choice between LED (light-emitting diode) and HID (high-intensity discharge or xenon arc) bulbs.
LED headlights easily outshine and outlast their halogen predecessors. Their excellent efficiency means LED bulbs run cooler and save on power despite producing more lumens than halogen bulbs.
For those who want brighter headlight beams without straining your eyes, HID headlights produce a softer blue-white light that soothes your eyes while outperforming halogen bulbs.
Infinity headlight assemblies with or without bulbs
You probably noticed that some Infiniti headlight assemblies lack light bulbs. Sometimes where you need to replace the headlights, only the assembly wore out or broke down while the light bulbs still worked. You can save some cash by reusing the old bulbs in the new Infiniti headlight assembly.
Recommended use for the replacement Infiniti headlight
Parts manufacturers design an Infinity headlight product as either an Original Equipment (OE) replacement or an OE upgrade. As their name implies, OE replacement headlights swap in for stock headlights.
In comparison, OE upgrade headlights deliver better performance than the stock parts they replace. They can feature more powerful or efficient bulbs, a lens, or reflector that amplifies the brightness of their light beams.
How much does a replacement Infiniti headlight cost?
As of the time of this writing, replacement headlights for your Infiniti can cost you anywhere between around $30 to roughly $1360. Available in individual units, a pair, or a set of 2 or 4, they can restore your vehicle’s safety at night or even exceed your expected driving experience.
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