Refrigeratedtransporter 3167 Maxxima Vionic 5x7 Headlight

Maxxima Vionic 5X7 headlight delivers superior low-, high-beam illumination

April 23, 2018
Learn about Maxxima's Vionic headlight, which offers exceptional low- and high-beam illumination for commercial vehicles.

Maxxima has introduced the Vionic 5X7 Integrated Dual-Beam LED headlight, a rugged, high-performance light that delivers exceptional low- and high-beam illumination for commercial vehicles and industrial applications.

The Vionic 5X7 Integrated Dual-Beam light can be used as a direct replacement for OEM halogen lamps. Its five LEDs produce bright, white light and superior road coverage, and the lightweight, low-profile design and polycarbonate lens with Maxx-Shield coating provide maximum durability and easy fitment.

Other features of this headlight include:

•FMVSS-108 and CMVSS-108 compliant

•12/24-volt DC

•Standard OEM three-blade connector

•Dimensions: 7.9 x 5.6 x 3.7 inches

•Weight: 2.1 lbs

•Five-year warranty

Maxxima’s Vionic line features advanced LED headlamps and work lights for trucks, buses, and other vehicles used on- and off-highway. Vionic 5X7 Integrated Combo DRL/Dual-Beam LED headlights (part #VHL-5X7HILO) are available now through Maxxima’s network of aftermarket distributors in the United States and Canada.

For more information, see www.maxxima.com/dealers.

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