Autoelectro has highlighted its continued expertise in rotating electrics as technology in the automotive industry advances at apace.
Having been in the industry for three-and-a-half decades, the remanufacturer has developed an extensive understanding of its product range. With more and more drivers looking at sustainability when it comes to vehicle parts, the potential of extending life of components is more crucial than ever in the aftermarket.
To that extent, the Bradford-based company has a head start with its experience of remanufacturing starter motors and alternators of all generations.
Developing for a changing landscape
Automotive technology is changing, but the depth of knowledge that Autoelectro has built is extremely beneficial. From the ‘now classics’ to the introduction of start/stop technology, combined starter motors and alternators, and 48V units, the company uses the latest test bench equipment to offer components to the aftermarket, essential in being able to respond to requests, whether it for a bestselling vehicle or off-highway application.
While all the technology is packed into the iconic red and white box, which includes fitting instructions and, with specific part numbers, valuable technical notes, Autoelectro’s 1986 Dashboard is an additional resource for customers to search for part numbers, discover new-to-range updates, latest press material, organise old core returns, track deliveries in real-time and chat to in-house experts directly.
The company has also recently launched a parts identification campaign – where customers can send photos of an unknown part, via WhatsApp, and be identified by the company’s experts.
New hybrid references from Autoelectro
With the growth in registrations of hybrids and plug-in hybrids, and more coming through to aftermarket workshops, Autoelectro has reflected this trend by developing a significant range of references.
The company has added to its already significant range by including references for hybrid models from manufacturers, such as Peugeot, Mercedes, Audi, Fiat, Ford, BMW, Hyundai, Land Rover, Suzuki, and Volvo.
To learn more, visit www.autoelectro.co.uk.