BETHESDA, Md. (Sept. 26, 2014) — Braking systems, ignition and engine parts, and glass including mirrors and lamps accounted for half of online auto parts sales by dollar amount in 2013.
That's the results of a new report, E-Tailing in the Automotive Aftermarket, from the Auto Care Association (ACA).
Brake pads and shoes account for most of the e-sales in the braking sector, while ignition-engine sales included fuel pumps, alternators and ignition coils, the ACA said.
The new report analyzes the online retail market for sales of automotive parts, allowing the ACA to provide a unified estimate of online sales within the aftermarket, according to the association.
The report provides a comprehensive analysis of the e-tailing channel, based on pre-existing studies, existing data, consumer and installer surveys and in-depth interviews, the ACA said.
For pricing on the report and further information, visit the ACA website.