A website which helps motorists and garages to find genuine replacement parts for MG and Rover cars has doubled its visitors in the past year. The mgroverpartfinder.com site received 99.1 percent more visitors in September 2010 year on year, with a total of 6,101 visits to the site during the course of the month. The site was introduced by XPart in 2009 and provides a simple means of locating mechanical and body parts across the country.
“The mgroverpartfinder website has helped tens of thousands of MG and Rover owners to find genuine parts for their cars,” comments Barry Smith, UK Sales Manager, XPart. “It has proved popular among private individuals and trade customers alike and its success has helped to keep more MG Rover cars on the road.”
The mgroverpartfinder website has helped tens of thousands of MG and Rover owners to find genuine parts for their cars. It has proved popular among private individuals and trade customers alike and its success has helped to keep more MG Rover cars on the road.” Barry Smith, UK Sales Manager, XPart Limited
Using XPart’s website, customers can easily find MG Rover parts by entering a product or part number. The search results show the quantity and price of the parts available and highlight which parts wholesalers have them in stock. Customers can find their nearest wholesaler by entering their postcode. Full contact details for each of the wholesalers as well as a map of their location are available on the site.
“Being able to quickly locate parts around the country has also helped us to improve the level of service we provide to customers,” explains Elizabeth Abbott, XPart Customer Service. “Regular use of mgroverpartfinder.com has cut response times to parts queries and helped to put customers in touch with their local MG Rover parts and servicing specialist.”
Any AROnline readers wishing to locate parts for their cars can visit www.mgroverpartfinder.com while those wishing to find their nearest XPart MG Rover AutoService centre or parts wholesaler should visit www.xpartautoservicecentre.com.
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