Best LED Light Bars For Trucks And SUVs 2019 Reviews
All LED light bars look so similar that it can be difficult to distinguish good from bad. Sorting out the unexploded ordnance takes time, and who has that?
We do We love testing car accessories, and that’s exactly what we did to find the best light bar.
We did the homework. Now all you have to do is read what we have learned. Continue searching for the best LED bar for your truck or SUV.
Best LED Light Bars For Trucks And SUVs 2019 Reviews
- Nilight LED Light Bar 20 inch 126w Spot Flood Combo Led Bar Off Road Lights
- Glotech 20ó 126W Cree Offroad Light Bar
- WoneNice 52ó 300W LED Driving Light Bar 4WD Off Road Truck DC10-30V
- SOLCO 24 Inch Light Bar Offroad Spot Flood Combo Led Bar Waterproof
- Rigid Industries 22000 White 20ó Radiance Backlight Light Bar
- ECCPP Adjustable Off-Road Spot LED Work
- Auxbeam LED Light Bar
- MICTUNING 22ó 120W 3B139C Curved LED Work Light Bar
- Light Bar Nilight 52Inch 300W LED
Nilight LED Light Bar 20 inch 126w Spot Flood Combo Led Bar Off Road Lights
For our first slot, we have the Nilight LED light bar. This setup is priced moderately, and gives buyers access to a high-quality LED light bar for their truck or SUV.
There are many components of this light bar to like, but they all boil down to one thing: it is really well made.
The silicone/ aluminum casing is optimized for prime heat distribution. This means that, even for long term use, it should have a low risk of overheating. This design component will enhance the lifespan of the light considerably.
It’s also completely water-proof and dust proof. The benefit of this component is obvious: users will have no need to worry about damage from the elements.
Last but not least, it is also adjustable. Users can adjust the lights with a range of forty-five degrees, for maximized versatility.
One issue that we did notice pertains to the mounting hardware. It is a little bit on the flimsy side, which will be something to look out for during the installation.
That aside, it is a good light bar that should have a broad appeal to many buyers.
Glotech 20″ 126W Cree Offroad Light Bar
Next, we have the Glotech. This is another moderately priced option that has much in common with the last that we saw.
This option is water resident and dustproof, for durability, and features a pure, uncompromising beam.
The one thousand lumens that you get with this bar should be enough to suit the needs of most buyers.
You also get an adjustment range of forty-five degrees, which will again contribute to the light’s versatility.
We did notice that the water resistance component could use some tweaking. The light bar seems a little bit vulnerable to moisture accumulation in its interior.
Eventually, this will have the capacity to adversely affect the lifespan of the tool.
That aside it is a good option for buyers that weren’t completely sold on the Nilight
Next, we dive into a higher end option with the Xprite. Budget buyers may want to shy away from this one. At twice the price of the last two that we saw, it may bite at the wallet.
However, if quality is more important than price, there is plenty to admire.
The biggest plus of the Xprite is that it maximizes the longevity of the light. It is resistant to shaking, water, and dust. It also has the benefit of being made of cast aluminum. As mentioned earlier, this material does a good job of distributing heat, thus maximizing the life of the light.
Lastly, the bulbs benefit from an enormous lifespan. With enough juice to run for 30,000 hours, chances are you will need a new car before you need a new lightbar.
The biggest issue that we found was in the department of installation. The Xprite is a little bit tricky to install, and the hardware could be sturdier. If you are good with tools, you will probably be able to work around these issues.
Otherwise, you may want to enlist the help of a handy friend.
Of course, there is also the issue of price that we mentioned at the top of the review. However, we do think that the buyer with money to spend will find a good option in the Xprite.
WoneNice 52″ 300W LED Driving Light Bar 4WD Off Road Truck DC10-30V
In the WoneNice, we have another good lightbar that trends expensive.
One thing that we noticed right off the bat was the installation process. The WoneNice isn’t terribly hard to install, which is a nice change from other units we have seen on the list.
That aside, it is largely similar to previous selections. You get pretty much everything that you would expect from a good LED lightbar.
It is resistant to the elements featuring shock, water, and dust proofing. It is also resistant to itself, featuring an aluminum build that will do well to distribute heat.
Unfortunately, you will find that it is vulnerable to condensation. While the water resistance optimization ensures that humidity or rain won’t ruin the light, they might do damage over time.
Besides the condensation build up on the interior of the light, we noticed little in way of cons. This light is a good choice for upper middle budgets!
SOLCO 24 Inch Light Bar Offroad Spot Flood Combo Led Bar Waterproof
Back in the realm of budget shopping, we have the Solco. This is actually the most affordable light that we have seen so far. If your budget is particularly restrictive, this will be a light to pay close attention to.
For the budget price, you still get important features. This is another light that features a cast aluminum build. This, of course, means that it won’t suffer from overheating the way many lights in this price range do.
It also features an incredibly impressive lifespan of 50,000 hours. If you are looking for a light bar you won’t have to replace for the very distant future, you have it here.
Unfortunately, there is an issue in the department of consistency. We found that the lights across the bar do not all seem to produce the same quality of light. This creates a pattern that looks strange, and it, of course, undermines the purpose of the light.
This issue is a bummer, but for the price, it is somewhat to be expected.
Rigid Industries 22000 White 20″ Radiance Backlight Light Bar
We now plunge into the deep end of the price spectrum. Up until this point, the options that we have seen have been moderate to fairly affordable in their pricing. Not so here. You are going to have to be really serious about this purchase to go with the Rigid Industries.
However, you do get a lot of quality for your money.
This unit is by far the most resistant to heat that we have seen. In addition to the cast aluminum housing, it blends stainless steel into the mix, and integrates a cooling powder coating.
It is also optimized for water, dust, and vibration resistance. Of course, these features should all sound familiar to you by this point. The Rigid Industries 22000 does what the other options we have seen do. It just does it a little bit better.
Of course, it also features a pure light that would be hard to beat.
The biggest con for this light is the price. This is by far the most expensive unit we have seen to this point, which may eliminate it as an option for most people.
That aside, it is a good lightbar, that buyers with big budgets will love.
ECCPP Adjustable Off-Road Spot LED Work
Sharply juxtaposing the Rigid Industries unit, we have the ECCPP. The nice thing is that this lightbar is about as inexpensive as you can ever expect to see.
It also has the benefit of a simple install that shouldn’t take much time.
However, this is a case in which you get what you pay for. While not a bad light in its own right, it struggles to stand next to the others we have seen today. The beam of this light is not as focused as some of the others we have seen. It is bright but won’t do much good for spotlighting because of the glare.
We also had problems with the durability. Though the product claims to be water resistant, it definitely struggles significantly with moisture.
For the price, none of these things should be surprising. Still, understand that this might not be a light bar that you get to use for years to come.
Auxbeam LED Light Bar
The Auxbeam is affordable (though not as affordable as the last light that we saw) and feature rich.
If you are looking for a well-built light at a decent price, this is one to look at. It is shock proof, dust resistant, and water resistant. In fact, the manufacturer advertises that it can operate under three feet of water for up to thirty minutes.
Naturally, this isn’t a feature that you will want to test, but that level of protection is nice to have.
Really, there is little to say in way of complaints. This light does well to accel in most of the departments that are important.
It is worth noting that this is another light bar with installation issues. While it won’t be terribly difficult to install, we did find that the hardware was a little bit flimsy. This issue is common to lights in this price range, but it can pose a problem during rough driving.
MICTUNING 22″ 120W 3B139C Curved LED Work Light Bar
The Mictuning features an interesting design that has positive impacts on its performance. Thanks to the curved build that you get here, this light is able to shine further than comparable options.
It also features a solid cast aluminum design for high-quality heat dissipation. The housing is further improved by a powder coating that cools the unit, and helps avoid rust.
We did notice that this isn’t’ the brightest light that we have seen on the list. If you are looking for the best light coverage that you can get, this isn’t where you will find it.
However, if you are looking for a sturdy light at a good price, this option should work.
Light Bar Nilight 52Inch 300W LED
Last but not least, we have another option from Nilight. Full disclosure, this unit is, ostensibly just an upgraded version of the first option that we saw.
There are two differences. The first is that this is a longer unit (52-inches instead of 20). It’s also much brighter, featuring 300 watts of light instead of 126.
That aside, all important aspects of the tool are the same. It features a cooling aluminum casing, and the durability stands up against moisture, dust, and vibration.
You even get the same issue with this lightbar. This is another unit with shaky mounting hardware. For regular use, this won’t be a problem, but off-roaders may want to exercise caution.