Honda Fit Fog Lights, OEM, Halo, LED, Projector, Factory Style
Honda Fit Fog light Buyers Guide:
Deciding between OEM, Halo Projector, Clear, Yellow, and Smoke Fit Foglights
Honda Fit foglights are one of the first things people buy after coming home from the dealer with their brand new Fit. Foglights are SERIOUSLY overpriced when purchased as an OEM factory option, thus many smart buyers visit our website to buy and install their own Fit Fog Light Kits at a fraction of the cost. Also, here at Tunersdepot.com, we try to offer a wide selection of the newest and best styles of fog light kits for your Fit.
Our line of Honda Fit fog light carry thru 2006, 2007, 2008 or 06, 07, 08 models.
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Honda Fit OEM Style Foglight Kit Overview
The OEM fog light kit is designed to be a replica of the factory Fit fog lights. The lens and basic shape is the same. The only difference might be in lens color, which outside of the standard clear, may be offered in yellow or smoke (more on that later). If you have a set of stock Fit fog lights that are old or damaged, then a Fit OEM Fog Light kit is probably a good idea since they look roughly the same and install the exact same way as the originals.
Choosing the right color foglights for your Honda Fit
Once you have decided what style you want, the next choice is color. There are usually 3 choices available for Fit Fog Lights for both the OEM and Halo Projector styles: Clear, Smoke, and Yellow.
Clear Honda Fit Fog Lights: The standard choice
Clear is the color of lens that the dealer fog lights came in and for good reason. Clear Fit Fog Lights put out the most light of all the colors since colored fog lights have to add some material to the lens, blocking overall light. Also, Clear Foglights, both halo and OEM style kits, look great no matter what color your Fit is. Also, if you are planning to add colored bulbs of HID kits to your Fit fog lights, clear is the way to go if you want to maximize the effect of the new color.
The only downside to clear Fit Foglights is that their “clearness” can be a liability if your foglights start getting old and worn looking after a few years.
Smoke Honda Fit Fog Lights: A different take on a classic option
Unless you are going for that Japanese JDM look, Smoke Foglights are probably the nicest option available for your Fit. At the expense of a marginal loss of brightness, you get a slick looking light that looks perfect on white and most dark colored Fit. They are a perfect complement to tinted windows, especially on black Fit going for the full tinted Knight Rider-ish look.
Being the darkest foglight, they hide wear and tear the best, but that also makes them a less than desirable option if you are planning to add colored bulbs or HID kits to your Fit.
Yellow Honda Fit Fog Lights: Aggressive and functional
Yellow is the preferred color for drivers going after the Japanese “JDM” look. They look exceptionally nice on high contrast color Fit like black, white, or blue. Yellow Fit fog light kits might not be the best look for Fit with yellowish colors though (yellow, orange, some reds, etc.).
Another thing to consider with yellow Fit fog lights (both OEM style and Halo Projector versions) is that they actually do the best job in foggy or inclement weather. Due to the wavelength of the light spectrum of yellow light, they produce the least glare against fog, rain, puddles, etc. making them the SAFEST color of foglight to get…assuming you are really buying fog lights because you are planning on driving your Fit in the fog.
Winjet OEM And Halo Projector Fog Light Kits
Winjet is about as close as Fit Foglights get to having a “name brand.” The quality is a bit better, and they usually install easier as well. Also, unlike X3 Fit Fog Light Kits, every Winjet Fit Fog Light Kit comes with wiring harness and fog light switch (universal style in some cases), even for models where the vehicle should already have them pre-installed. This makes Winjet a perfect choice for people looking to make a clean installation on their vehicle that have harnesses that might be missing or damaged.