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Welcome to the Automotive Parts World experience. We have brought our five-star parts experience to the comfort of your home, just use the Ford category link to look up your Ford parts. Automotive Parts World was created to meet the increasing demands for Ford auto parts and accessories at affordable prices. Whether you own a Ford car or truck, you can buy with confidence from us knowing you have the best quality Ford car and truck parts with the best warranty at a discount price!

Our online catalog offers remanufactured Ford engines, OEM rims, genuine auto parts and aftermarket Ford car parts, auto body parts, quality exterior parts, rebuilt engines … our store features various car parts such Five Hundred air conditioning parts, 300 engine parts, Anglia engines, B Series Truck replacement parts, E – 300 Econoline accessories, Contour cylinder heads, Custom 515 transmissions, GT40 alloy wheels, universal euro lights.

Replacement F – 500 – 900 Series Commercial Truck headlights, taillights, bumpers, radiators, alternators, starters, a / c condensers, ac compressors, power steering pumps, water pumps, suspensions, alternators, transmission parts, cam followers, carburetors, fuel injectors, brakes, brake discs, spark plugs, mufflers, struts and many more Ford parts at deep discounter Ford parts locator, can help you locate high quality used   Ford parts, used Capri engines and F100 transmissions, E250 auto body parts, and Probe GT.

Recycled parts via our nationwide network of salvage yards, junkyards, and used car part dealers across the US. You can also find body shops and repair centers that specialize in Ford mechanical and body repair work. Thanks for stopping by our site! We are continually striving to become the best source for all your Ford vehicle needs. Please take a look around and tell us what you think of our site. We sincerely appreciate your interest in Automotive Parts World.

We can help you find the used car or truck that you are looking to purchase. Simply tell us the vehicle you are looking for, the price you are willing to pay for it, and we will search for it. Our system will distribute your request to a nationwide network of used car dealers, auto pools, car traders, and individual sellers that want to sell you a car or truck. We can help you find new, pre-owned, classic, salvage, and repairable vehicles.

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Online Website Dedicated to Auto Accessories

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Online Website Dedicated to Auto Accessories

your online website dedicated to auto accessories and parts to keep your car, truck, or trailer in the best shape. There are so many brands, models, and years of vehicles that are on the road that may require replacement parts and maintenance over the years. Find what you need to take care of your automobile when it needs repairs and or upkeep. There are so many things to think about when it comes to cars and auto accessories.

If you’ve bought a used vehicle, there may be things that need to be repaired or refurbished and even replaced. There are simple things like windshield wipers to complex things like transmission systems. For the smallest of parts, consulting a professional is probably the best idea. But, you can find almost anything online these days. All you have to do is know what the part is called and the part number for the year of your vehicle and you’re almost there.

There are various places to find hard to find parts and accessories for vehicles of all makes and models from American, European, and Asian car and truck manufacturers. If you don’t mind parts that are not OEM, then there are many aftermarket parts to choose from for sale on the market.

Auto Accessories and Parts

Car accessories are popular add-ons to any vehicle because you can really personalize a vehicle without spending too much money. This is true for interior accessories like floor mats, seat covers, and other interior replacement car parts that are made to alter the look and feel inside the automobile. There are so many types of products when it comes to the inside of a car. This goes for truck accessories as well. There are endless possibilities.

More on Auto Accessories For Sale

Now, when it comes to performance parts upgrades, this is where money can be spent and prices are high. Chrome wheels, high power exhaust systems, and spoilers just to name a few. Lighting is another place where exterior accessories can be added to augment the look of a car. This can mean replacement project headlights or HID fog lights and colored bulbs for tail lights.

Some other things people love to alter is the car’s suspension, brakes, and body kit. All these car and auto accessory add-ons can really add up in price. Over time, these car parts can have a value that’s greater than the original price of the car itself due to the devaluation overtime of motor vehicles. If you want to save money on auto accessories and parts, know what you’re looking for and be willing to buy used in good condition, refurbished, or remanufactured items.

In some cases, you may not have a choice. This is especially true of older model cars and trucks. If you really need a part that’s not made anymore, the price for this particular product can and may be quite high. However, if you get a pre-owned one or find a part online for sale at auction, you may get lucky and find the auto part you’re looking for at a great price. This goes for new and used auto accessories for sale as well.

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Mercedes Is Fourth in U.s. Sales

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Mercedes Is Fourth in U.s. Sales

German carmaker Mercedes-Benz offers the only diesel-powered luxury car in the market, the E320 CDI. This four-door sedan with a 3.2-liter, inline 6-cylinder, the common rail diesel engine is the first Mercedes diesel car offering in the U.S. in five years. It not only offers more torque—369 lo-fi between 1800 and 2600 rpm—than the regular 6-cylinder gasoline E-Class sedan, it has the best fuel economy rating of any similar-sized luxury car, or 27 miles a gallon in city driving and 37 mpg on the highway.

Mercedes has a long history of luxury and innovation that includes the development of airbags. Indeed, today’s Mercedes-Benz SL-Class, for example, has safety features that include dual-stage front airbags, head and thorax side airbags, and a driver’s knee airbag as well as a pop-up roll bar and electronic braking system. Sponsor home equity loan: The Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedan includes a Presaged system that automatically positions seats and pretensions seat belts just before a collision occurs.

In addition, Mercedes offers its 4Matic all-wheel-drive system on a variety of models. The S55 AMG isn’t the only performance model to wear the AMG badge. The midsize Mercedes-Benz E-Class comes in an E55 AMG version with 469-horsepower 5.5-liter supercharged V8, and there are AMG versions of the C-Class, Mercedes-Benz CLK, Mercedes-Benz SL, and Mercedes-Benz SLK, too. AMG models are limited production cars from Mercedes’ motorsports and performance groups.

Not surprisingly, many European carmakers who sell vehicles in the United States are in the luxury market. Swedish carmaker Volvo offers the well-appointed S80 sedan that starts at more than $35,000. It’s powered by zippy, five-cylinder engines. Another Swedish company, Saab, sells the 9-5, a midsize sedan powered by turbocharged, 4-cylinder engines. German automaker Audi has a number of luxury models, including the A6, A8, and S4.

The A6 is newly revamped for 2005 with new styling, new power, and amenities. It has won numerous awards, including World Car of the Year.
Another German make, Volkswagen, entered the luxury car ranks in 2003 with its Phaeton sedan. A four- or five-passenger large sedan—nearly 204 inches long, in fact—the Phaeton has the quiet, unfettered ride, standard all-wheel drive as well as the amenities, like leather seats and wood grain trim, expected in a luxury car. There are two engines: a 335-horsepower 4.2-liter V8, and a 420-horsepower 6.0-liter W12.

Available as Convertibles
Several luxury models are available as open-air cruisers. Already mentioned are the Cadillac XLR, Mercedes SL-Class, and Lexus SC 430—all of which have power retractable hardtops with boots (or rear covers) that come down and position themselves automatically.
Other convertibles in this class are the Mercedes SLK, Ford Thunderbird, and Jaguar XK Series. But note that 2005 is the final model year of the Thunderbird—at least for a while. Ford is retiring the model because of slow sales.

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Recent Automotive News Every Car Dealer Should Know

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Do you know how much it costs you to acquire a customer using the traditional “shotgun” media such as TV, radio, newspaper, and magazine? You may find the answer in Automotive News, but if not, it’s really easy to figure out. Simply calculate all money spent on advertising, marketing, PR, and any other external prospect communication last year and divide that by the number of NEW customers you attracted last year. Shocking, isn’t it?

Figures tossed around for customer acquisition cost range from $85-$100. But that number is an average, which has nothing to do with YOUR BUSINESS because the cost to acquire a customer varies greatly not only by industry but also by the company. Auto dealers have an acquisition cost of hundreds of dollars per customer when you add up the money spent by the manufacturer and the dealer.

If you did the exercise above for your business, you came up with the number of new customers you acquired which means the remaining customers in your database must be “repeat” purchasers.

How much did you spend on your repeat customers?

A mistake many businesses make is they spend all their marketing dollars trying to gain new customers and allocate little if any money to retain existing customers. According to management guru and author Peter Drucker, it costs you five times as much to get a new customer as it does to hold an existing one. I think that’s a conservative estimate, based on an industry average. Can you calculate retention vs. acquisition cost for your business? How much would you need to spend on a program to retain your current customers? I bet it’s less than 20% of your cost to acquire a new customer.

One study concluded that 30% of customers left because of reasons such as convenience, relationship, product/price, or they died or moved away. The remaining 70% left due to perceived “indifference.” In other words, the bulk of customers leave because they don’t see any difference between you and the competition. So how can you let your customers know what makes you special before they defect? Establishing a communication program is a good start

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