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Hi all,

MINI UK has got an offer on LED DLRS it also functions as fog light and navigation lights. Generally it costs around £518 however dealers are asking for £375 supplied and fitted.

Is it a good idea?

Saurabh
 

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Mini have just released the LED DRL/Fog lamp version for the F56 last week, my set arrived today from the dealer - the only issue is the car requires coding once they are fitted.
Hi there,

What do you think of the lights? Yes, it needs coading after fitting which takes around 1 hour.

Would you be able to share some pics one fitted please.
 

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£375 is a good price fitted and coded, the dealer was quoting me £600 just for the fitting and coding! 1 hour for fit and one hour for coding

I paid £286 for the set - my plan is to fit and code them myself. I'll share pics of the install.
 

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So assuming one has a F55/F56 and has NOT ordered the LED headlights, do the cars come with DRLs in the fog light position? If so then these £375 LED fog light replacements are purely a cosmetic thing?
 

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The advert for these is very deceptive as it looks like it's advertising the LED headlights! I have found breakers selling LED headlights for the F55/6 on Ebay but not sure if they can be fitted to Minis specced with the standard halogen lights.
 

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If these are F56-sized versions of the R56 LED DRL/side/fogs, then it is misleading that Mini are advertising them with a photo of a LED-headlight F56 with the DRL/Side/foglights cropped off.

I'm sure they are not intentionally trying to mislead people into thinking these are a retrofit of the horseshoe LED DRLs on LED-equipped cars, but it's not far off..........
 
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