Car-scrapyards ranks the dominating car manufacturers in terms of requests for car parts.
Everyday, the website Car-Scrapyards receives thousands of visitors who are looking for car parts, and put them in touch with a large network of car breakers.
(I-Newswire) May 12, 2010 - Thanks to its database, the online parts finder has been able to release a ranking of the car manufacturers based on the total amount of car part requests made by the Internet users, since the launching of the website.
The statistics show that the European makes are clearly dominating, with 7 manufacturers making part of the top 10.
The British Vauxhall takes the lead with 9.16% of the total amount of requests made on the website. Then, with 9.12% of the requests, Ford almost ties with Vauxhall and takes the second position. The case of Ford is particular, as it is the only American manufacturer which obtained a significant amount of requests for spares.
As expected, the parts requests for French cars have been substantial, as the 3 manufacturers rank in the top 10. Peugeot and Renault hold the third and fourth position, with 8.2% of the requests for Peugeot, and 6.4% for Renault. As for Citroen, it takes the seventh position with about 4.2% of the requests.
The Japanese makes are also well represented thanks to Nissan (no.6), Toyota (no.10) and Honda (no.11).
The database of the website also reveals the evolution of the amount of requests from 2009 to 2010. In fact, almost every make experienced a significant increase in the requests for car parts.
For example, Ford obtains the best results as the requests for Ford used car parts multiplied fourfold from 2009 to 2010. For Toyota, Nissan and Renault used car parts, the requests increased by more than 200% from April 2009 to April 2010.
This incredible rise in the number of requests is mainly due to the development of the website Car-Scrapyards and the expansion of its network of breakers during the past 12 months.
Francecasse is an online parts finder based in France.
Founded in 2006, this concept is the result of the collaboration between Internet development specialists and car experts. The company has simplified the buying and selling of car spares by setting up a website where the supply meets the demand.
The British website provides a wide range of car spares and lets any visitor make a car part request for free. The database also contains more than 100 car manufacturers, making it easier for the web users to find their car spares.
In order to reply to these requests, Francecasse collaborates with many car breakers that will reply to the customers instantly. The latter will then receive an e-mail with many offers from the salvage yards, and will have the possibility to choose the most interesting one.
Everyday, the company helps hundreds of people find their used car parts, putting them in contact with a large network of breaker yards in the U.K.
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Published On:May 12, 2010
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