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By 20.04.2021September 21st, 2021Cars, lamps

The Best Honda Fit Car Bulbs

What main light and fog light bulbs do I need for my Honda Fit? We have gathered all the detailed information about the types and sockets of bulbs for Honda Fit in this review.

Honda Fit Light Bulb Guide

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How To Choose Headlight Bulb for Honda Fit?

The most popular bulbs used in lighting your Honda Fit are halogen bulbs, HID xenon, and LED bulbs. Different generation Honda Fit models will have their own bulb size.

The Honda manufacturer recommends replacing Honda Fit bulbs every few years, as their efficiency will deteriorate by several percent over time. There are several types of bulbs used in the Honda Fit. Which Honda Fit headlight bulbs to use, we have described in this review.

Hikari LED Bulb

Hikari LED Headlights Conversion Kit

Product information:

  • 6500 Kelvin
  • 10000 Lumens
  • 50000 hours lifespan

★★★★★ 4,9 Rating

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Honda Fit (2015 – onwards)

  • Dipped Beam (Headlight) – H4 (472)
  • Full/High Beam (Headlight Flasher) – H4 (472)
  • Front Fog Lamp – H8 (708)

Honda Fit (2007 – 2014)

  • Dipped Beam (Headlight) – H4 (472)
  • Full/High Beam (Headlight Flasher) – H4 (472)
  • Front Fog Lamp – H11

Honda Fit Headlight Bulbs (Low Beam / Dipped Beam)

Honda Fit (2015 – onwards): H4 (472) Bulbs
Honda Fit (2007 – 2014): H4 (472) Bulbs

Dipped Beam Headlight

Aukee H7 LED Bulbs

Aukee H4 LED Bulb Conversion Kit

Product information:

  • 6000 Kelvin
  • 10000 Lumens
  • 50W

★★★★★ 4,9 Rating

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Best H4 Headlight Bulbs:

  • OSRAM H4 LEDriving Bulb
  • PHILIPS Ultinon LED H4 Bulbs Set
  • NINEO H4 LED Bulbs
  • HIKARI H4 LED Headlight Bulbs Extra Night Visibility
  • CAR ROVER H4 LED Headlight Bulbs
  • Torchbeam T2 9004 LED Headlight Bulbs
  • Auxbeam 9004 Led Bulb F-S2 Series 9004 HB1 Bulbs
  • Marsauto 9004/HB1 LED Headlight Bulbs

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Honda Fit Headlight Bulbs (High Beam / Headlight Flasher)

Honda Fit (2015 – onwards): H4 (472) Bulbs
Honda Fit (2007 – 2014): H4 (472) Bulbs

Full High Beam Headlight Flasher

The headlight bulb for low and high beam always shines at full power, and switching from low to the high beam is done either by turning the lamp itself or shifting the light barrier.

Aukee H7 LED Bulbs

Aukee H4 LED Bulb Conversion Kit

Product information:

  • 6000 Kelvin
  • 10000 Lumens
  • 50W

★★★★★ 4,9 Rating

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Best H4 Headlight Bulbs:

  • OSRAM H4 LEDriving Bulb
  • PHILIPS Ultinon LED H4 Bulbs Set
  • NINEO H4 LED Bulbs
  • HIKARI H4 LED Headlight Bulbs Extra Night Visibility
  • CAR ROVER H4 LED Headlight Bulbs
  • Torchbeam T2 9004 LED Headlight Bulbs
  • Auxbeam 9004 Led Bulb F-S2 Series 9004 HB1 Bulbs
  • Marsauto 9004/HB1 LED Headlight Bulbs

Select other H4 lamps:

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Honda Fit Fog Lamp Bulb

Honda Fit (2015 – onwards): H11 Fog Lamp Bulb
Honda Fit (2007 – 2014): H11 Fog Lamp Bulb

Front Fog Lamp

NINEO H7 LED Bulbs

Nineo H11 LED Bulbs Conversion Kit

Product information:

  • 6000 Kelvin
  • 12000 LM
  • 32 Volts, 72.00 W

★★★★★ 4,9 Rating

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Best H11 Headlight Bulbs:

  • Cougar Motor H11 LED Bulbs
  • HIKARI H11/H8/H9 LED bulbs
  • Alla Lighting H11 H8 LED Bulbs
  • SEALIGHT 9005/HB3 H8/H11 LED Headlight Bulbs
  • SEALIGHT Scoparc S1 H11/H8/H9 LED Headlight Bulbs
  • AUXITO H8/H9/H11 LED Headlight Bulbs
  • BEAMTECH H11 LED Headlight Bulb
  • Philips H11 Standard Halogen Headlight Bulb

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Xenon lamps do not use in fog lights: constantly changing the configuration of the discharge violates the strictly calculated geometry of the light beam, and the headlight does not perform its direct function. For fog lights it is better to use only LED bulbs.

Honda Fit Daytime Running Light Kits

Honda Fit Dipped Beam (Headlight): LED kit

Daytime Running Light Kits

Philips Daylight 9 DRL Kit

Philips Daylight 9 DRL Kit

Product information:

  • 6000 Kelvin
  • Voltage 12V
  • H24 x W125 x D31 mm

★★★★★ 4,9 Rating

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Replacement LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL):

  • Philips Daylight 9 DRL Kit
  • OSRAM LEDriving PX-5 DRL Kit
  • HELLA LED Slim Daytime Running Light Kit
  • OSRAM LEDriving LG DRL Kit
  • OSRAM LEDriving F1 Fog Kit

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Other lamps

  • Stop/Tail Lamp – P21W (382)
  • Rear Fog Lamp – P21W (382)
  • Reversing Lamp – P21W (382)
  • Front Indicator – PY21W (581)
  • Rear Indicator – PY21W (581)

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All our reviews bulbs are based only on expert assessments or practical experience with most of the lamps we consider. We always aim to ensure that our management is maximum independent.

Honda Fit Generations

Honda Fit 14 Generation (2020)

Honda Sensing, which is included on EX and EX-L trim levels, includes forward collision warning with collision mitigation braking, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and lane-keep assist. An available 7-inch touchscreen multimedia system supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone connectivity.

Honda Fit 13 Generation (2019)

The 2019 Honda Fit is arriving at dealerships next week, and Honda has managed to squeeze an additional safety feature into the subcompact car without increasing the price. Similar to Toyota’s Safety Sense, Honda fit models with Honda Sensing — Honda’s suite of safety features that includes lane keep assist, road departure mitigation, adaptive cruise control, and forward-collision warning with automatic emergency braking — now also includes automatic high beams for the headlights.

Honda Fit 12 Generation (2018)

The Honda Fit retains what we liked about the old version of the car: its roominess, cargo flexibility, and value. Not all the promised changes for 2018 move the needle — it’s still very noisy at speed and rides busily on the highway — but the added technology and safety features hit the mark.

Honda Fit 11 Generation (2017)

The 2017 Honda Fit is a five-seat subcompact hatchback that competes with the Nissan Versa Note, Ford Fiesta, and Chevrolet Sonic. The trims level includes LX, EX, and EX-L (leather).

Honda Fit 10 Generation (2016)

The 2016 Fit is not the quietest, quickest, or most refined car in its class, but it plays a respectable hand in most areas while combining impressive fuel and space efficiency.

Honda Fit 9 Generation (2015)

The 2015 Honda Fit isn’t the quietest, fastest, or most advanced car in its class, but it plays decent in most areas while combining impressive fuel economy and compactness.

Honda Fit 8 Generation (2014)

Honda skipped the 2014 model year for the Honda Fit.

Honda Fit 7 Generation (2013)

The late 2013 Fit is easy to look at, maneuverable, and damn spacious. Its age is evident in its outdated electronics and mediocre gasoline consumption, aspects of the car that become less competitive with each new competitor. It’s not a fancy small car at 40 miles per gallon. But it is an extremely practical choice, with driving pleasure to boot.

Honda Fit 6 Generation (2012)

The 2012 Fit Sport receives a new front grille and bumper styling, darkened headlight bezels, and a dark finish for the alloy wheels. The base Fit, meanwhile, gains body-colored side mirrors and new wheel covers. Changes to the Fit Sport continue on the inside, as the car gets dark metallic dashboard trim and chrome-accented instruments. All Fits have newly designed console-mounted cup holders, console ambient lighting, additional sound-deadening material, and thicker front corner-window glass. In addition, the Fit Sport now comes with steering-wheel audio controls and a new seat fabric.

Honda Fit 5 Generation (2011)

Electronic stability control is standard for 2011 on all Fit models. The base Fit also adds cruise control, remote entry, and a USB interface, and the Sport gets carpeted floor mats as standard.

Honda Fit 4 Generation (2010)

The enviable cargo and passenger space make this hatchback a replacement for bigger sedans. Compared with its subcompact competitors, Fit has a healthy dose of personality, on top of being able to haul a lot of goods, it’s also fun to drive.

Honda Fit 3 Generation (2009)

In September 2009, the Fit would be redesigned. The first generation was no slouch; it joined a subcompact class that was already growing, with the Chevrolet Aveo and Scion xB and xA joining the likes of the Hyundai Accent and Suzuki Esteem (the latter has since been discontinued).

Honda Fit 2 Generation (2008)

The Fit currently comes only as a four-door hatchback in base and Sport trim levels. The Sport adds front and rear fascias and side skirts that make the car look as though it sits lower. There are also standard front fog lights and a spoiler above the liftgate. The Fit is a wedgelike affair that resembles many of today’s larger vehicles that attempt to straddle the line between wagon and minivan.

Honda Fit 1 Generation (2007)

The Fit’s cargo capacity is one of its strengths. When there is enough room in the back seat of a small car, it is usually achieved at the expense of cargo volume. As you can see, the Fit’s 21.3 cubic feet of volume behind the rear seat exceeds that of the competition shown and the trunk of the Civic sedan. When the seats are folded down, space almost doubles.

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