Autoelectro highlights eclectic mix of classic components
Autoelectro has designed a series of leaflets, showing its offering for modern and classic components, as the rotating electrics remanufacturer seeks to strengthen its credentials as the ‘one-stop shop’ for starter motors and alternators.
From Germany to Sweden, with the Audi Quattro Turbo 2.2 (1989-1991) and Saab 900 Turbo (1983-1990), and France to Italy, with the Renault 1.4 GT Turbo (1984-1990) and Maserati 3200GT (1998-2001), Autoelectro is well-positioned to cater for the classic car market.
Not forgetting its British roots, the leaflets also cover the likes of the Ford Escort RS Cosworth 2.0 (1992-1995) and Jaguar XJ/XJ-S 5.3 V12 (1972-1988). Japan also features with the Toyota MR2 1.6 (1984-1989) and Nissan Figaro 1.0 (1991-1992).
Autoelectro has the ability to cover applications manufactured throughout the world – holding more than 4,000 individual product references, providing the highest coverage of the vehicle parc available in Europe.
UK sales manager, Nick Hood, said: “It is important that our distributors can rely on Autoelectro for all of their rotating electric needs.
“Of course, we supply components for faster-moving references, but we’re working harder than ever to ensure we cover other segments of the market as well, such as modern and retro classics, so it is important we make our customers aware of that.
“These leaflets, therefore, are perfect in achieving our goals.
“They will be sent to our distributors, via e-mail, over the coming weeks.”
Autoelectro sends out regular ‘e-shots’ to its customers, featuring new-to-range, news and updates, and they can subscribe to receive those, free-of-charge, by registering their details online.