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Same exact article on all those site. I say they are just posting those fake articles so that they can rank on search engines seeing that the Telluride is a real popular car.
 
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Yeah I was thinking because of the poor rating for the headlights.

https://www.iihs.org/ratings/vehicle/kia/telluride-4-door-suv/2020

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The SX headlights are excellent, the poor rating probably refers to the lower trim without the LED.
 
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There should be a option to make a quick change from HID to LED. Make no sense all the engines are the same..lol
 
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There should be a option to make a quick change from HID to LED. Make no sense all the engines are the same..lol
Many people think the incandescent lights are not effective enough,including the IIHS. https://www.iihs.org/ratings/vehicle/kia/telluride-4-door-suv/2020

There are quick DIY options to change your “headlights” or light bulbs from incandescent to HID or LED. As a matter of fact many people here have already done so.

These dealers are offering to change out the incandescent bulbs to HID or LED and align it at a cost, recognizing there is demand for this type of service from consumers.
 
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Many people think the incandescent lights are not effective enough,including the IIHS. https://www.iihs.org/ratings/vehicle/kia/telluride-4-door-suv/2020

There are quick DIY options to change your “headlights” or light bulbs from incandescent to HID or LED. As a matter of fact many people here have already done so.

These dealers are offering to change out the incandescent bulbs to HID or LED and align it at a cost, recognizing there is demand for this type of service from consumers.
Agreed!!
 
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I agree most members just replace their halogen to LED to resolve the poor lighting issue.
 
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