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Sylvania Automotive launches LED low-beam headlight line for Canadian market

Thursday, October 26, 2017 - 06:00
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Sylvania Automotive today announced its new line of LED low-beam headlights for the Canadian market. The line of LED bulbs, including the 9006 LED Headlight, H7 LED Headlight, and H11 LED Headlight, are the first line of Sylvania LED low-beam headlights commercially available in Canada.

The new line of LED low-beam headlights offers a durable design that includes an active-cooled heat sink designed to maximize the performance of the LED system, allowing the bulb to hopefully last the life of a vehicle. Delivering 6000k of cool white light, the LED headlights offer a longer-lasting light, compared to halogen bulbs that typically deliver 3200k, the company said.

“As we continuously work to develop new product offerings for our customers and stay ahead of the competition, product quality and customer safety are always top of mind,” said Sylvania Automotive’s Head of Product Management, Juan Morales. “Our new LED low-beam headlights provide drivers throughout Canada with a longer-lasting and more rugged headlight, and the whiter light emitted can make a big impact with visibility, offering greater contrast to see obstacles better.”

Sylvania Automotive LED low-beam headlights are available at automotive retailers throughout Canada, including Canadian Tire, and start at $199. The new line of LEDs will be showcased for the first time at the 2017 Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) in Las Vegas, from Oct. 31 to Nov. 2, at Booth 2638 in the Sands Expo Center.

For more information on this new LED product line, as well as the full product suite available from Sylvania Automotive, visit www.sylvania-automotive.com.


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