MOTOR White Paper Proposes Top Methods to Generate Demand for OE Parts
Automakers' Mechanical Wholesale and Collision Wholesale programs are consistently successful at selling parts but fail to capture a significant portion of part sales for older vehicles. And while the automotive industry is constantly changing, there will always be a need to maintain vehicles no matter the propulsion system or ownership model. With used vehicle sales expected to reach a post-recession high in 2019, there is a significant opportunity for automakers to embrace post-warranty parts sales.
This white paper analyzes:
· The potential for ongoing post-warranty parts sales increase
· The value of a trusted data provider in executing a comprehensive data strategy
· The importance of the ACES standard in coding parts
By partnering with a trusted data provider to code OE parts and make that enhanced information available to those involved in the parts-purchasing decision, OEs and dealers can sell more parts to independent repairers. Download the white paper by visiting solutions.motor.com/
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