ANSA Automotive Launches Online Catalog and Makes Improvements to Website

ANSA Automotive Launches Online Catalog and Makes Improvements to Website

An online catalog with full search functionality is now available on the ANSA Automotive Parts Distributors website: www.ANSAautomotive.com. This user-friendly tool includes the standard year, make, model lookup and offers the ability to find an application quickly and accurately.

An online catalog with full search functionality is now available on the ANSA Automotive Parts Distributors website: www.ANSAautomotive.com. This user-friendly tool includes the standard year, make, model lookup and offers the ability to find an application quickly and accurately. Complete with product illustrations and photos, the ANSA eCat provides the most up-to-date product listings for all of ANSA’s product lines: ANSA Original Equipment Direct Fit Replacement Exhaust, ANSA SPORT Performance Exhaust and Silverline Stainless Steel Direct Fit Exhaust, including the Silverline Diesel Performance products.

“Having access to both replacement and performance options through a single model search makes up-selling an easy process for telephone, counter or Internet sales professionals,” said Patricia Law, vice president and general manager of ANSA Automotive.

In addition to the new eCatalog, several improvements have been made to the existing site. Visit the website for updated motorsports information and sound and video clips from recent dynamometer testing sessions and ANSA-sponsored events. For more information, call (800) 841-9166 or visit www.ANSAautomotive.com

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