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Import Auto Parts Sale Created by Automotive Company Online

April 24, 2014

Lakeland, FL (PRWEB) April 24, 2014

The foreign automakers selling cars, trucks and SUVs in the U.S. are now represented in the used parts inventory at the Auto Pros USA website. A new sale program for import auto parts is now underway for Internet or phone orders at

The sale prices that are fixed to each of the parts in stock are scheduled to remain throughout 2015. The marked down prices are now one promotional strategy in effect to market the lower than list pricing for preowned parts of imported brands.

"Sales of parts through our portal is now improved due to the instant inventory connection tool that consumers use to search our inventory," said an Auto Pros source.

The imported parts for automobiles that are now discounted for all processed sales is one new incentive in place. The recent rewriting of the warranty terms for all company supplied components is helping to extend coverage after the point of sale.

"A standard warranty in the industry offers a year or less of coverage and our import auto parts are covered for a longer time period," the source said.

The Auto Pros USA website search tool that finds the in stock units and sale pricing is one new way to locate parts available for shipment. The installation of the customer service line at 1-888-230-1731 this year is now improving customer support.


The company is one of the top sources in North America offering consumers a simple method of researching automotive components for the best pricing and shipping incentives from suppliers. The Internet portal this company has launched is updated continuously with price changes. The company is now one of the leading sources to review quotations for parts and information about extended warranty programs from partner supply companies. The company customer support services include phone support for this year to help offline customers.

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