VLAND Tail Lights For Mazda 3 Axela Sedan 2019-UP w/ Dynamic Welcome Lighting (Do Not Fit Hatchback and Mazda 3 TCR)
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Before You Buy:
We have Smoked 1 style the in stock. They are the latest LED technology tail lights features sequential turn signals and dynamic activate lighting, choose the one you want best and place order now!
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Mazda 3 Axela Sedan 2019 2020 2021(Do Not Fit Hatchback and Mazda 3 TCR)
Manufacturer Part Number:
Lens Color: Smoked
Housing Color: Black
Running Light: LED (Red)
Brake Light: LED (Red)
Reverse Light: LED (Diamond White)
Turn Signals: LED (Amber. With Sequential Indicators)
1 pair of taillights with left side & right side.
This item has the same connections and wires with the original taillights. It is easy to installing (Professional installation recommended).
Manufacturer warranty of one year from the date of purchase.
Free Shipping From Domestic Warehouse.
We have warehouse located in the United States, Canada, Australia United Kingdom and Europe. Priority shipment of our items will be arranged from the domestic warehouse with FREE SHIPPING by local carrier and usually takes 3-7 days of delivery.
If the item is out of stock from overseas warehouse, we will arrange shipment from China factory with international shipment (EMS, UPS, FedEx), it will take 10-20 days (Extra shipping fees may apply based on countries).
Explanation about LHD and RHD
LHD represents Left Driver Side
RHD represents Right Driver Side
Definition of The Right Driver Side:
When you are facing the same way as the car is facing, the steering wheel is on the right side, that means your car is the right driver side. Vehicles from Europe and Japan are usually the right driver side models.
Definition of The Left Driver Side:
When you are facing the same way as the car is facing, the steering wheel is on the left side, that means your car is the left driver side. Vehicles from North America are usually the right driver side models.