Kent Automotive Launches New Website

Kent Automotive Launches New Website

Kent Automotive, a supplier of collision and mechanical repair products for the aftermarket, recently launched a new state-of-the-art website. The website - www.kent-automotive.com - includes new ecommerce capabilities, robust functionality and technology, a new search catalog, previous online order history and a Quick Order Pad to enter frequently ordered products.

Kent Automotive, a supplier of collision and mechanical repair products for the aftermarket, recently launched a new state-of-the-art website. The website — www.kent-automotive.com — includes new ecommerce capabilities, robust functionality and technology, a new search catalog, previous online order history and a Quick Order Pad to enter frequently ordered products.

The new Kent Automotive website has many new features, including a searchable online catalog allowing customers to:
• Find products faster and more efficiently with the new search technology allowing customers to locate products using numerous options including regional slang, specific product names;
• Ask questions about a particular application or product in the search box; and
• Suggest products that work well or are needed for purchase together.

The new website also features new product announcements, monthly specials, MSDS information right from your fingertips, a Frequently Asked Questions area, Quick Order Pad located on the homepage and Personal Shopping Lists (saves repeat order information and names them in a Personal Shopping List section of the website).

For more than half a century, Kent Automotive has supplied the automotive aftermarket with quality collision and mechanical repair products. The company ships orders 99.6 percent complete from seven distribution centers around North America within 24 hours of receipt of an order.

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