2011 - 2012 Mustang GT Coupe with HID?

I'm thinking of an '11/12 Mustang GT Coupe (not convertible) for the Spring.
I know they come in automatic, but what about HID or Xenon headlights?
I'll probably go Ford CPO.
Reply to
Justin
On Nov 30, 5:51=A0pm, Justin wrote:
I don't like these beady little lights they now use in higher-end cars. They create an off-proportioned look to cars that rows of accessory LED's don't make up for.
Reply to
RichA
HIDs are expensive option new so I don't think they are on too many cars. Finding an HID car on the used market could be tricky.
Reply to
Brent
Correct. I don't have a problem spending money on something that is of good quality and produces a better result. I've been driving with Xenon/HID for the past ten years and I love it. I'm pretty dead set on a Mustang GT, so if I can't find one with HIDs then I just have to live without them. I work for a Ford dealer so I'll have to get some of our buyers to start looking around the end of February.
Reply to
Justin
Unless you are a country bumpkin, you don't need the output they produce. Cities are well-lit. The only good thing is the colour temperature, bluer than the yellow of the old lights.
Reply to
RichA
That is 200% incorrect. HID lights are *much* brighter and that helps you see better no matter where you are and they use a lot less power. Regular low bean halogen is 55 watts, HIDs are 35 watts. As someone who has used conversions and owned cars that came with HID lights, IMO they are worth the upgrade other peoples MMV according to the cost and what they are willing to spend.
Reply to
WindsorFo
A lot of the HID's seem to only be for the low beam. High beam is same old halogen. Many of teh HIDs are extremely glaring to oncoming drivers.
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Ashton Crusher

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