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Rostra Heater System - 2007 Toyota Camry LE

Rostra Introduces Comfort Heat Seat Heater System For The 2007 Toyota Camry LE

Nov 28, 2007
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LAURINBURG, NC - Owners of the 2007 Toyota Camry LE can now experience the luxury of heated seats with Rostra Precision Controls, Inc.'s aftermarket seat heater.

The Rostra Comfort Heat(r) Seat Heater for the Toyota Camry LE (part number 250-1816) is specially designed to fit the contour and size of the vehicle's seat. The product features dual-zone heating to gently warm both the seat and lower back of a vehicle's seat in less than one minute, and an illuminated operating switch is conveniently located on the side of the seat.

"Our Comfort Heat system is easy to install on the Toyota Camry LE's upholstered seats - without cutting or stitching - usually in less than one hour," said Sibyl Ringsdorf, manager of marketing and national accounts, Rostra Precision Controls Inc. "Whether you live in an area that's bitterly cold and requires constant heat, or you reside in a temperate climate but appreciate the comfort of a heated lumbar area, our seat heaters can be enjoyed by everyone."

Professional installation of the Comfort Heat is recommended. For more information or to find a dealer near you, call Rostra's customer service at 800.782.3379 or visit www.rostra.com. The Comfort Heat seat heater part number 250-1816 fits the Camry but can also be fitted to other mid-size Sedans with similar seat designs.

Rostra Precision Controls Inc., headquartered in Laurinburg, N.C., is the leading supplier of speed control systems, rear obstacle sensing systems, transmission components and comfort seating systems to the global automotive aftermarket industry. The company also is a leading manufacturer of electronic controls, systems and components for the original equipment automotive industry. It holds ISO 9001:2000 certification.

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