We'll need a bit more info on what kind of lights you have already in order help. My car has halogens and I think most '14s do unless you have an SXL (there are a few exceptions). If you have halogens you'd have to get a conversion kit, which, if you're going to do that I don't see why you wouldn't just go LED. k5optimastore (a vendor here) has some pretty good parts for our cars, you may check over there as they have conversion kits.
I've personally been looking at bulbs lately but I've been focusing on the rating of the bulb more. I have LED fogs in my car from K5OS, but unfortunately 1 of them burned out
They also have a higher K rating then my halogen lights and I think it looks a bit funky to have nice white fogs and yellow headlights so I'm on the fence about what to do. I'm not sure technically inclined when it comes to cars and I wouldn't be doing my own conversion, thus, paying for the conversion kit, plus bulbs, plus I believe the H7 bulb our car uses needs an additional adapter that doesn't come with the kit.
There have been some discussions in previous posts about the headlight housing possibly not working as well with different types of bulbs (halogens, HIDs, or LEDs). They are designed for certain types of lights and are diffused and refracted in different ways. I can't attest to any of this but there is talk of possible degradation depending on what housing you have and what type of lights you start with and move to. The question isn't necessarily "will I have light?", it's more of a "will this project a proper distance and illuminate the way I need. Think of flashlights, some of them are really nice and can project a long way, some of them are super bright as **** but don't project for anything, I think that's the same thing here.
Here is a link to the Cadenza parts page from K5OS: https://www.k5optimastore.com/collec...denza-products
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