Mercury Headlight Buyer's Guide
- Some of the main OEM brands for Mercury include Flex-N-Gate, NHK Spring, U-Shin Europe, Valeo Electric and Electronic Systems, Summit Plastics, Warn Industries, and Autoliv.
- Aftermarket replacement parts compete with their lower cost while maintaining OEM-like quality.
- Aftermarket parts are manufactured by third-party brands that are not affiliated with a car manufacturer.
- Aftermarket Mercury headlights are just as good as their OEM counterparts since aftermarket part manufacturers based their products on genuine parts.
- The price for aftermarket Mercury headlights ranges from $17 to $540 depending on the model fit, brand, and series of the headlight.
Mercury was a car manufacturer that operated under the Ford Motor Company. It was marketed as an entry-level brand the entire time of its operation. It went out of business in 2011, after 73 years of being a part of the US’ rich automotive history.
Despite being defunct for 9 years, there are still a lot of Mercury vehicles on the road today. This is enough reason why replacement parts for Mercury vehicles are still making a profit today. One component that’s commonly sought after is the headlight. Here’s everything you need to know about Mercury headlights.
Who manufactures genuine Mercury parts?
Since Mercury was a division of Ford, it enjoyed the same lineup of manufacturers that Ford has. Some of the main OEM brands for Mercury include Flex-N-Gate, NHK Spring, U-Shin Europe, Valeo Electric and Electronic Systems, Summit Plastics, Warn Industries, and Autoliv. It also has major suppliers that include FCC Adams, Flextronics Automotive, and Mahle Engine Components.
OEM vs. aftermarket Mercury headlight
OEM parts are trusted because the part manufacturers making them are authorized and signed by respective car manufacturers. These components offer guaranteed quality that meets high standards, with top-quality materials and manufacturing processes.
Aftermarket replacement parts, on the other hand, compete with their lower cost while maintaining OEM-like quality. Aftermarket parts are manufactured by third-party brands that are not affiliated with a car manufacturer.
Aftermarket Mercury headlights
Aftermarket Mercury headlights are just as good as their OEM counterparts since aftermarket part manufacturers based their products on genuine parts. In addition, they are also more accessible, as there are multiple aftermarket brands competing in the market. Because of this, the price for aftermarket Mercury headlights is also lower and more enticing since quality is expected to match OEM parts.
How much are Mercury headlight replacements?
The price for aftermarket Mercury headlights ranges from $17 to $540 depending on the model fit, brand, and series of the headlight. Headlights that fit older models incorporate older light technology which explains why they naturally cost lower. Modern Mercury vehicles are equipped with more advanced headlights that added up to their costs.
Looking for Mercury Marauder headlights? You can buy one in single pieces, as part of a kit, or in sets depending on your repair needs. A Mercury Marauder headlight can cost you anywhere between $24 and $262.
Finding the right fit
If you’re looking for a specific part, such as a 2010 Mercury Milan headlight, finding it in our catalog is easy. All you have to do is to input your vehicle’s year, make, and model in the filter tab under the search menu and our website’s algorithm will only display 2010 Mercury Milan headlight replacements.
AutoTrust Gold Mercury Headlight
AutoTrust Gold Mercury Headlights are made from durable, OE comparable materials that can withstand most road debris like, rocks, dirt, mud, and even driving wear-and-tear. These headlights are SAE and DOT-approved, and they are bright enough to supply the necessary lighting at night or in any low-light condition. Each AutoTrust Gold Mercury headlight is protected by a clear, plastic lens, made from high-quality composite materials, which focuses and disperses light effectively. Included with each headlight replacement set are halogen bulbs and wiring harnesses, making them easier to install. Halogen bulbs have carefully controlled interior environments, giving them a 1,000 hour lifespan compared to a regular tungsten bulb. These bulbs are more compact and they produce more illumination, making the Mercury’s Headlights more energy-efficient. AutoTrust Gold Mercury Headlights are important safety features, helping drivers warn other cars and pedestrians of their current position. Sold individually, the headlight set comes with a 5-year AutoTrust Gold limited warranty.