Lexington, KY (PRWEB) April 12, 2014
One auto company retailing previously owned automotive parts on the Internet is now lowering its prices for consumers. The auto parts warehouse prices that are now marketed by the Auto Pros USA company are now reduced for all web sales completed at http://autoprosusa.net.
The new levels of pricing that are attached to the warehouse inventory that is now marketed to the public is expected to attract commercial parts buyers as well as vehicle owners seeking better rates for parts sold in used condition. All prices are applicable to U.S. orders that are submitted this year.
"The change in distributors through our resource has made it easier to configure different price levels for parts to offer a less than retail prices for parts in stock," said an Auto Pros company source.
The warehouse of parts now marketed on the company website is connected through a database portal. Consumers who access the company homepage now receive the ability to enter the database to research available discounts in the company inventory.
"The system that we provide for parts research is delivering accurate in-stock data as well as price changes to consumers who are comparison shopping," said the source.
The Auto Pros company website is now promoting the new customer support number installed for daily use offline. A trained customer support team is now available at 1-888-230-1731 to quote parts pricing or look up inventory for consumers.
The AutoProsUSA.net company is one of the North American sources that automotive consumers use to locate different inventory for sale at lower prices. This company has designed its website for simplicity and to deliver automatic sticker price changes. The AutoProsUSA.net company has announced a digitized location service linked to the offline warehouse that now supplies accurate stock information to consumers while researching the available inventory of parts and components for sale. A new customer service department is accessible through the installed toll-free phone number this year.