Shop Mitsubishi Outlander Replacement Headlight
There are many different vehicle designers and manufacturers in the world today, and each one brings different pleasures and purposes to their customers. The Outlander is one of the many designs that Mitsubishi designed and manufactured in order to allow their customers to have the option to drive off road if desired. One of the most important parts on the Outlander is its headlights. Headlights are the lights on the front of the Outlander that allow the driver to see how to drive at night and during bad weather. Action Crash is one of the most common and popular part manufacturers that make headlights for this particular Mitsubishi model, and in general, a new headlight kit costs anywhere from $200 to $250, but it all depends on the brand purchased and the year the Outlander was manufactured. Parts Geek carries a large variety of headlight brands for the Outlander.
We stock these Headlight brands for the Mitsubishi Outlander: Action CrashTYCDIY SolutionsBrock
Research on Headlight for Mitsubishi Outlander
Today's Mitsubishi Outlander headlight assembly is quite the feat of engineering compared to the filament bulbs that were used throughout most of automotive history. It's something we as motorists often take for granted, but the fact is that there is much more to modern headlights than simply enabling us to drive safely in the dark. They also make our vehicles more visible to other drivers on the road, especially in bad weather such as heavy rain or fog. Regardless of conditions, state motor vehicle safety laws require that a vehicle have two good, working headlights, so if one of them isn't working, you are due for a Mitsubishi Outlander headlight bulb replacement.
The "horseless carriage" was first invented in Germany in 1886, the brainchild of an engineer named Karl Benz (yes, the same one whose name is next to that of Mercedes). That year, he was able to take a thirty year old piece of technology that nobody knew what to do with - known as the "internal combustion engine" (which was far more compact and smaller than the steam engine that ran most of society's machines in those days) and rig it up to a horse-drawn carriage, creating the first modern automobile. Back then, the only automotive lighting solution available was to hang a couple of oil burning lanterns on the front. When electric lighting for motorcars was finally developed around 1900, it was unreliable and rather cumbersome. Finally, an auto manufacturer known as Peerless (which eventually became a beer brewery, believe it or not) came out with the first effective automotive lighting system. After that, electric headlights were made standard safety equipment on all production vehicles.
The Mitsubishi Outlander Headlight Assembly of Today
Replacing an automotive headlight assembly is not quite as simple today as it was even a generation ago. It is likely that you will need more than just a Mitsubishi Outlander headlight bulb replacement. You will wind up replacing the entire assembly. There is an upside: it's not all that difficult to do by yourself. That way, you can save yourself a lot of expense. The other good news is that modern halogen and xenon lights are a lot more reliable and last longer than the old filament bulbs of yore, so they don't need to be replaced as frequently. Prices for a 2007 Mitsubishi Outlander headlight assembly run between $150 and $180, while you can find 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander headlights for sale for about $170. So it depends on the year of your vehicle. You can also spend over $300 for some high-end halogen assemblies, if your budget can handle it.
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Headlights available for the following Mitsubishi Outlander years: 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2004, 2003, 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 09, 08, 07, 04, 03. This part is also sometimes called Mitsubishi Outlander Headlights. We stock headlight parts for most Mitsubishi models including Eclipse, Lancer, Galant, Mirage, Outlander Sport, Endeavor, Montero Sport, Mirage G4, Mighty Max, Montero, Starion, Van and Tredia.