Mission, Kansas (PressExposure) December 15, 2009 -- Online Kansas based company Automotix have put the cat amongst the pigeons this month with the release of their unique iPhone app. Car Parts App is the very first of its kind to allow consumers to remotely access online auto parts sales.
The application, known as Car Parts App allows consumers using an iPhone handset to order, bid on, browse and get quotes for millions of auto and truck parts distributed across Northern America. This huge inventory spans over 400 salvage yards and independent dealer stores, allowing iPhone users to compare prices and get the best deals on re-manufactured, used and brand new frame parts, interiors, engines and electricals.
âConsumers in the automotive industry need to be able to locate hard-to-find parts remotelyâ says Automotix CEO [name], âand with Car Parts App they can do just that from under the bonnet. When they find the relevant part they can offer a price using the iPhone app, rather than having to just take what's on offer, or travel from yard to yard to find a good deal.â
Integrating iPhone applications into the automotive industry hasn't been Automotix's first web-based venture either. Since their website launch the company have become fluent in offering customers classified ads, marketplace listings, frequent newsletters and software downloads. Their latest venture, Car Parts App, allows consumers to compare the prices of wheels and rims, bumpers and covers, engines, transmissions and more from over 400 qualified auto salvage yards and OEM parts dealers. They can either place an order directly, or use the car parts app to access the relevant dealer's email address or telephone number.
Before the release of Kansas company Automotix's iPhone app, consumers had to drive miles between salvage yards and OEM dealers to compare prices, with no way of making a personal offer on each part. Yet, shopping for auto parts is set to get a whole lot easier over the next six months, following the launch of the iPhone Car Parts App â more information available through http://www.automotix.net.