Have you made the purchase yet ? I'm asking because... perhaps a safer bet would be a DDM Tuning kit. it is also less expensive than Xenon Depot.I contacted the Xenon Pro to double check and go through all my connections with Relay Harness and Anti flicker. It looks like the all connections were correct and they told me that their HID is not compatible with my vehicle. 😵😵😵 wow all the time wasted.
But now I had some experience and with the information I have gathered from you I wanted to go with XENON DEPOT HID KIT. It is more costly then the xenon pro kit I have purchase but looks much higher quality and hopefully fuss free.
I will keep posted here when I got them installed. Anyone got any PROMO code from them or is it normal to get price around 275$ without tax.
Members here who have DDM Tuning kits got them via Amazon, mostly. Looking now, there are 35W Canbus kits available on Amazon, but no 55W kits. DDM Tuning has a website and store, and they sell 55W Canbus kits there (Canbus means PWM, basically).
Here's their Ultra kit (with Canbus) : DDM Tuning
Slighty less expensive Plus kit (with Canbus) : DDM Tuning
Either of those DDM Tuning kits should be almost plug and play on your 2016. I say almost because... members who have purchased them recently said they had to reverse the polarity on one terminal to get the lights to fire. We used to have to do that with Xenon Depot kits back in 2014, but they corrected the problem. Reversing polarity is quite easy, you need to use a precision screwdriver or similar to remove the two pins from the connector, then reconnect in the opposite slot.
No need for relays on those DDM Tuning kits, they have all you need.
Disclaimer : I can't garantee this will work 100%, but there are enough members here who have installed them to think they should work...
I've said it before but I'll repeat it here : I love my Xenon Depot kit, love their customer service. I just don't know how/if they've improved the kits, especially for 2016s because... a lot of problems were reported here on the forum. Most were corrected by installing relays and resistors (provided for free by Xenon Depot), but some said they still had problems... so I can't garantee Xenon Depot kits work 100% now, especially on 2016s..