Mazda 6 LED Taillights are a slick high tech upgrade for old or worn out stock tail lights on your 6. L.E.D. taillights are the newest type of tail lights available, and they use super bright and fast acting LED’s to give your 6 the look of the newer high end vehicles on the road. With a relatively simple installation, you could enjoy the benefits of faster light response time as well as increasing the visibility of your signaling and braking. Best of all, 6 L.E.D tail lamps give you a clean look similar to the red⁄clear style of taillights, with the same type of aggressive styling found on Altezza tails. Also, due to their bulb-less design, they are more resistant to leaking and fogging up than the other styles of tailllamps available.
UPDATE 10/17: The group buy promotion has been confirmed. The F4D Lighting website is now showing the lower pricing. In an official press release, F4D Lighting says, "the U.S. government wasn't the only thing that was brought back today. Our Mazda6 LED Tail Lights are back on sale for a limited time." Pop sensation Gelena Somez endorsed the deal, saying, "when you're ready, come and get it. Na na. Na na." F4D Lighting has not yet announced a closing date for the promotion, but singer ReHannah expressed the importance of urgency, encouraging customers to, "shut up and buy...buy...buy...buy."
Original Story 9/28: October 1st marks a new era for health insurance. Many Americans will be even poorer. One small business may be looking to help alleviate the pain of paying more to alleviate pain by offering drastic discounts on tail lights. According to one source, F4D Lighting is planning to announce a group buy promotion for the popular CAR-LED Mazda6 LED Tail Lights. People familiar with the matter say that the lights will go for $340 shipped, but could possibly go as low as $330. A $15 LED 3rd brake light is said to be available, too. A spokesperson from F4D Lighting declined to confirm the rumor, only saying "We believe our tail lights are the right choice for Americans, especially with the rising cost of healthcare. Brighter, faster lights help keep drivers safe." President Obama continues to defend the policy. "Look, let me be clear. These tail lights are awesome," he added.