- Did you know European BMWs come with different mirrors than on US cars?
- Euro mirrors are tinted slightly blue for ease on the eyes, and they have aspherical glass which enables you to see further into the adjacent lanes.
Features and Benefits Of This Product
- Mechunik Euro Mirror Glass are the perfect option to upgrade your mirrors for better viewing angles, or as a replacement for your aging discoloured mirrors.
- These mirror glass replacements feature:
- ASPHERICAL GLASS to magnify outer lanes for the Driver
- BLUE TINTED GLASS to help ease eye strain and glare plus a cool Euro look
- INTEGRATED HEATERS to maintain compatibility with BMWs with heated mirror option
- PREMIUM QUALITY which meets and exceeds OEM standards
- PRECISE FITMENT providing an exact match to your existing mirror.
- QUICK and EASY INSTALLATION typically taking about 30 minutes.
This Product Fits
- Euro Mirror Glass Upgrade for BMW E60/E61 5 Series, E63/E64 6 Series.
- Installation Difficulty: EASY (Most People Can Do This With Common Household Tools)
- Our glass replacements come with a plastic base featuring post connectors and clipping mechanisms that most BMWs use for its original mirrors.
- Please verify your connector type before ordering.
Notes / Warnings
- All mirrors we sell are heated. If you don't have heated mirrors, these will still fit, but you will not need the electrical connectors.
- These mirrors WILL NOT work if you have BMW's Anti-Dazzle Mirrors as the connectors are different
- These are available for Left Hand Drive vehicles only.
- Please check your local laws to ensure legality when using this product on public roads and highways. In areas where this product is not legal for road use it is sold strictly for off-road, track or show use only.
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Quality mirrors at a reasonable price. Plug and play fit. Only improvement I would recommend is losing the line where the mirror curves out. A gradual, smooth curve with no line might look better. Also, passenger mirror does not have the "objects in mirror are closer than they appear" verbiage which, while unnecessary, would make the mirror seem less "aftermarket-y."