Wednesday, July 18Serving the aftermarket

Rotating Electrics

Surcharge strategy at Autoelectro

Surcharge strategy at Autoelectro

Products, Rotating Electrics
Autoelectro has unveiled a new surcharge strategy, with many part numbers now surcharge-free. From the 1st March, more than 2,000 references will have their surcharge charges cut, demonstrating the company’s allegiance to its customers and commitment as the UK’s largest independent remanufacturer of starter motors and alternators. The 10 bestselling and over half of the top 100 part numbers within its sales Pareto will be surcharge-free. This landmark announcement is a result of more than 12 months’ development and graft behind the scenes, with the sole aim of presenting its customers with a cost-effective solution for rotating electrics. In November, the company launched a short surcharge-free range of non-exchange (NEX) units to complement its full remanufacturing program
New to range at Autoelectro

New to range at Autoelectro

Products, Rotating Electrics
Bradford-based Autoelectro has unveiled its latest group of part numbers, following extensive research and analysis of the UK car parc. Among the latest new-to-range parts is a starter motor (part number AEX1279) for two classic Jaguar applications: XJ 6.0 V12 (1994-1997) and XJS 5.3 V12 (1981-1993). Also included in this bulletin is a starter motor reference (part number AEX1278) for two newer Ford applications: Transit 2.2 TDCi FWD (2011-on) and Transit Custom 2.2 TDCi (2011-on). For the alternator market, three part numbers have been introduced. Part number AEK3819 encompasses the Toyota Yaris 1.33 (2012-on) and Auris 1.33 (2011-on), while the company now stocks a product (part number AEK3883) for the Fiat Sedici 2.0 D (2009-2012) and Suzuki SX4 2.0 DDiS (2010-2014)  as wel