D2R - PHILIPS OEM 4300K 85126 HID XENON BULB
MADE IN GERMANY
Need a new D2R HID (High Intensity Discharge) Xenon bulb for your ride?
You can’t go wrong with the Philips D2R 85126 HID Xenon bulb as your replacement HID Xenon bulb for your vehicle. If your vehicle came with Factory D2R HID lighting system, you can assure that this Philips D2R is the right replacement bulb for you.
Philips D2R 85126 xenon HID bulbs, made in Germany, are the most popular products on the market right now because Philips is known for their dedication to producing the BEST in Class products on the market. Philips offers a great combination of the brightness (estimated 3200lm), the color (up to 4300k), and longevity (estimated 2500 hours).
Is Philips D2R 85126 4300K the only option as a direct replacement?
This Philips OEM D2R 85126 4300k, manufactured in Germany, is the industry’s standard. Most vehicles with Original Factory HID lighting system come with 4300k, which offers standard white color. However, if you are looking to upgrade, please check out our other D2R products from our store.
Are you NOT sure if this Philips d2r 85126 is the correct replacement bulb for your car? If you are unsure about the fitment, please contact us. Still NOT sure? We can be also reached at 888-579-5917 during our normal business hours, or you can always email us at INFO@HIDCONCEPT.COM
WHY BUY FROM HIDCONCEPT.COM
HID Concept has been leading the automotive lighting industry since 2001. Located in the center of the United States, Chicago, IL, we specialize in a wide range of high-quality OEM and aftermarket automotive lighting parts and accessories. HID Concept also has been the one-stop source for the brand names like Philips, Osram, Blesk, Valeo, Hella, Harrison Toshiba, Denso, and Matsushita. In 2017, we boldly launched our own brand, "DAMA." Dama line has both the LED and HID bulbs and has been the hottest seller in the market.
Our goal is simple – Provide automotive bulbs and accessories to our customers with the best price and fast service. With the knowledge and experiences we've earned from our business, we sort out the best quality products that we feel confident in offering to our customers. Frankly, we love the lights. We are constantly tinkering and researching to improve the products and services to our customers. We don't play around with our price. The price you see on our website is the best price anywhere- Period.
Customer satisfaction always has been our #1 priority. In order for us to strive for this effort, we always appreciate valuable feedback from our customers.
If you have any questions, please contact us at:
INFO@HIDCONCEPT.COM or 1-888-579-5917
|Color temp. (K)||4200K|
|Lumens (lm)||3200 lm|
|Manufacturer part number (MPN)||85126C1|
Questions & AnswersAsk a Question
does this fit 2004 lexus es330 for low beam
D2R is the correct size for 2004 Lexus ES330 equipped with HID Headlights.
Does this fit a 2007 Mitsubishi outlander?
D2R is the correct size for 2007 Mitsubishi Outlander Low Beam.
Does this fit 2003 Lexus Ls430?
Yes. D2R is the correct size for 2003 LExus LS430.
What specific color does the bulb give off? Is it more white or blue? Is that also what 4300K means?
Because everyone has different color standards, we do not call one color as yellow, white, blue, etc.. as what appears to be white to one individual may seem yellowish white, or blueish white to others.
Therefore, we use Kelvin rating (K); Temperature where light burns at, to determine coloring.
4300K is standard OEM spec that is what's used as factory HID light system and often seen as 'warm standard white' to many people.
If you want something whiter than factory coloring, you might want to check out our blog post.
Do the bulbs light output diminish over time? Or does it just go out? I’m asking since I only have one side that is completely out but I’m wondering if I should buy a pair instead of a single bulb if one headlight will be brighter than the other.
All HID lights do discolor to become whiter/bluer in color and dims down over usage.
Therefore, we always recommend replacing bulbs in pair.
Check out our blog post about this colorshift here.