This was my first time changing my spark plugs, so naturally it was an intimidating task. I had researched these spark plugs online and asked for advice from a friend before purchasing, and he said that this was a good brand, so I went along with it.
These particular spark plugs are not pre-gapped, however, so be sure that you have the proper tools to do so before using them. When I asked an associate at Autozone about gapping these spark plugs, however, he said that they were practically where they needed to be anyways, so not much work was needed on them. Meaning, anyone who has never changed their spark plugs or gapped them wouldn't need to do much on these, and I felt very comfortable working with them. (A gap tool is very cheap at Autozone and very worth it though, so I highly recommend getting one. That is an easy process they should be able to show you in the store.)
When it came to actually installing the spark plugs, they were very easy to insert into the sockets of my engine and it didn't take much to screw them in, with the right tools, of course. The ones that I removed from the engine looked very similar to these, and they weren't in as bad of shape as I had thought, despite my car having over 102k miles on it, so these spark plugs also seem like they last a long time.
These spark plugs are cheap, easy to install, and very long-lasting, so the best deal you can get! I now feel much more confident in changing the spark plugs on my car after working with these too, and I will definitely buy them again when the time comes.
What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2016 Kia Soul