If you have HIDs, that won't be for a long time. I still have the original OSRAM bulbs in my 2013. I replaced them for about 8 months, but the aftermarket ones burned out so I put the OEM ones back in.Thanks, I'm gonna refer to this thread when my car need new bulbs. My wife wanted this fixed right away so I went to Autozone locally and got the Sylvannia Silver Star Ultra 9005SU-2 pack bulbs.
Easy install and they are absolutely brighter than the stock ones. I put the new one in on the drivers side, you have to take the intake out to get to the cover, and I left the stock but in the passenger side to compare and it's a pretty big difference. I took the Passenger bulb out and saved it in case one of mine blows and I decide to order a new set online , something even better as suggested above.
I'm happy she is happy and they perform better. Tonight when it gets dark , I'm gonna take the car out and see how much better they are.
Again keep th suggestions coming anyway, I plan on improving my cars bulbs as the stock one just suck. I wish HID's where standard in our cars. I can't imagine how awful a Widebody is with these headlights as they don't even have fog lights / drying lights. They took them out in favor of more air flow, I call bullshit on that. I'd much prefer to have the fog lights. Stupid as there is plenty of front end for both.