Cyber Monday Poised to Break Parts Sales Records

The online auto parts and accessories market is booming in 2020 and trends indicate dealers selling parts online are in for a record breaking Cyber Monday.

Here at RevolutionParts, our dealership partners are seeing an average daily increase of 48% compared to 2019. Furthermore, industry experts Hedges & Company recently updated their 2020 parts eCommerce sales forecast from $14.4 billion to $16 billion.

The growth in parts sales this year is so massive that it knocked our previous record parts selling day, Cyber Monday 2019, out of the top 10 highest selling days ever.   

With numbers like these, we couldn’t help but wonder what that will mean for Cyber Monday 2020.

That’s why we’ve put together our Cyber Monday predictions for 2020. We’ve combined last year’s results with our expectations for this year based on the high online sales volume we’ve been seeing. With this information, you will have the insights you need to take your parts department online. 

Download our infographic to learn how much revenue we’re expecting for 2020, and how you can adjust your business strategies to include parts eCommerce.

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