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Toyota of Naperville bringing more comfort to vehicle lineup

Aftermarket heated/cooled seats among new available products

NAPERVILLE, Ill., March 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Toyota of Naperville is always looking for new and innovative ways to serve their customers. Many times the leading Toyota dealer does this by working with internal structures to make the car-buying process easier through simplified research methods. Now, in a nicely dove-tailed move, Toyota of Naperville is vastly improving the car-owning experience. The Toyota of Naperville Aftermarket Accessories Department has become a retailer of aftermarket heated and cooled seats in Naperville, IL. Normally, such equipment is only factory-installed on very expensive luxury vehicles that are often times out of the price range of many consumers. These seats are meant to take one of the most comfortable and luxurious technologies and bring it to more people.

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Since the aftermarket seats are brand new equipment, every effort is taken to ensure that the premium, perforated leather upholstery matches the existing color scheme of the vehicle for a nearly seamless match. Additionally, the driver's seat and front passenger seat each have two heating and cooling units installed. One goes in the seat cushion; the other is placed in the seat back. These units blow hot or cold air through the seats that is then forced through perforations in the upholstery. Furthermore, the feeling of warming and cooling is aided and enhanced by a special foam that issued in the seats that distributes the air throughout the seat.

One of the best features of the Classic Soft Trim aftermarket seats that are now available at the Toyota of Naperville Aftermarket Accessories Department is the total control customers will have. A pair of auxiliary buttons will be installed that will allow customers to adjust the amount of heat or cooling their seats are producing through three convenient levels. When the heated and cooled seats are being used, owners won't be able to feel a draft coming off of them like they would if they were to place their hand in front an air condition vent. Instead the entire unit will be heated or cooled to the appropriate level above or below the ambient temperature of the vehicle to help the driver or front passenger remain comfortable. There are eight Toyota models that are compatible with these new seats, the list includes the Toyota Avalon, Camry, Venza, 4Runner, FJ Cruiser, Highlander, Sequioa, Sienna and Tundra.

Toyota of Naperville also installs other very useful aftermarket accessories like remote car starters that can get the process of cooling or heating the vehicle started. Additionally, Toyota of Naperville is also experts in adding various Bluetooth devices to vehicles to make sure drivers are compliant with the new law. The Toyota of Naperville Aftermarket Accessories Department and showroom is located at 1488 West Ogden Avenue, Naperville, IL 60540. To schedule an appointment to learn more about the heated and cooled seats, customers should call 855-475-0344.

Media Contact: Tom Gregg, Toyota of Naperville, 855-475-0344, tgregg@napervilletoyota.com

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