I just upgraded my 2016 SV to LED headlights using the H13 conversion kit from HOSHI (via Amazon) https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01DJWRECC
I'm very pleased with the results! Once I figured out the proper orientation of the LED chips and that there was the ability to fine tune the rotational level, the resulting beam pattern is spot-on comparable to the original halogen H13s, just whiter and brighter. There is a nice wide projection of light illuminating even the sidewalks a bit, combined with a strong horizontal cutoff to avoid dazzling oncoming drivers. High beams also work very well projecting further the distance. These LEDs also have integrated power supplies rather than a separate box, so everything fit under the dust cap with not modifications, at all. The connector needed to be slipped in between the dust housing and the reflector.
The only downsides are the active cooling fans which make a low, quiet hum that phases in and out. I'd say it might be mistaken for a coolant pump or similar. I cannot hear that with the climate control on or while underway. The heat sinks are machined and have some sharp edges. It's not that they have burrs, just that they weren't radiused for handling. The lights have such a solid fit that it takes some pressing and turning to engage the tabs. Fortunately, the machined adapter is removable and can be installed first, then the lamp fixture into it.
Lastly, as with any of these aftermarket LED headlight upgrades, they are not US DOT approved, so proceed at your own risk.
I measured the heatsinks at 140F after one hour on a cool rainy evening. Removing the dust caps only dropped them to 130F, so I think there is plenty of internal air to circulate within the dust housing to keep these from getting too hot. Time will tell. I definitely wouldn't leave the dust caps off though... moisture in headlights is not fun.
I'll see if I can include some comparison photos and current measurements later.
Oh, speaking of which, the Zero Emissions info display has a static value for headlight current. Even with the bulbs removed, it still shows 100W additional for the headlights, and 200W with high beams. This shows up in LeafSpy Pro as well. Kind of reminds me of the calculated oil pressure gauge on my Miata.