It also says Since 1941 on the other headlight IIRC.
I saw that almost immediately, but then wondered why it wasn't on the passenger side too. Now I know.Moparian said:It also says Since 1941 on the other headlight IIRC.
Depends on the model, so you could say "optional"thedriver said:I have to say I don't really like the new lamps, I prefer the old ones instead. Are these optional or standard?
I absolutely LOVE (!!!) the new lights! They look super modern and far sleeker than the 2011-2013 models.thedriver said:I have to say I don't really like the new lamps, I prefer the old ones instead. Are these optional or standard?
I dislike ANY headlights in my eyes. It takes a longer time for my eyes to recover from the bright headlights of today. When New Jersey conducted inspections other than emissions the current crop of headlights would have failed. Not sure of what happened to federal limits but just cause congress is going blind doesn't mean everyone else has to. I keep the dash lights low and can see an empty unlit roadway just fine with Challenger SE headlamps. Some places like the hills in West Virginia require bright lights but that's what high beams are for.Marine Viper said:I personally am on the fence about projector headlights right now, I love how bright they are on my '12 300, but I also hate getting flashed from the opposing traffic!
I know my buddy with a new ford Edge also has the same problem..
I'm glad you posted this because I've been on the fence about the new GC front end, but seeing it next to the last gen, I now agree it does look much more modern and I'm liking it much more now than the first pictures I saw which it seemed not as clean as the last gen.DDakRT said:I absolutely LOVE (!!!) the new lights! They look super modern and far sleeker than the 2011-2013 models.
Compare the original Limited front to the 2014 makes the original look like it was designed in the 1990s.
The Overland and Summit look even better. IMHO the designers did a fantastic job.
Actually I think it's on the Summit.Nevermind. You're right. The Summit has an SRT-ish lower fascia.
Edit - how about somethin like this?
IMO it'd not look as awkward (fixing the mouth) or as much like the 300. JMO though.