Valeo lights up aftermarket with OE Technologies

Published:  29 August, 2018

Valeo’s Full Led system offers LED leading edge technology at xenon-level cost and performance with  lower power consumption. It is already available for the Ford Galaxy (2015 and Renault Megane (2015). New parts  have also been added covering the Volkswagen Touran (2015), SMART ForFour (2011) and ForTwo (2015).
    
Valeo is continuing to produce products. Recently 66 new
OE-quality part numbers for its head lamps and rear lamps ranges were released.In total, the additional part numbers include 25 head lamps, 37 rear lamps, one front lamp and three fog lamps.

www.valeoservice.com

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