RevolutionParts’ 2020 Parts eCommerce Report: The Top Trends in Parts Ecommerce Impacting Dealerships
PHOENIX, AZ, February 10, 2021 — Auto parts eCommerce is on the rise, and it doesn’t show any signs of slowing down according to new data released by parts commerce software company, RevolutionParts.
The data released as part of RevolutionParts’ annual Parts eCommerce Report showed that parts sales processed through their eCommerce platform grew 28% in 2020, from $328 million to $421 million.
“The pandemic really accelerated the growth of consumers looking to purchase parts online,” said Ibrahim Mesbah, RevolutionParts’ CEO.
RevolutionParts predicts that online parts sales will continue in 2021, with a projected growth rate of 29%.
OEM eCommerce Parts Sales Growth by Year
“Parts were a bright spot for many dealers in 2020 and will grow even brighter in 2021,” Mesbah added.
The report reveals several other key findings:
- The percentage of purchases made on a mobile device grew by 11% in 2020 to 45%, making a mobile-friendly shopping experience more important than ever
- Dealers saw their eBay sales grow almost 38.5% from 2019 to 2020, demonstrating the importance of online marketplaces
- Despite the pandemic, part and accessory sales exceeded 2019 levels every month in 2020
Data from the report is based on the 1,367 dealers using the RevolutionParts platform, who received a total of 6.1 million orders and 148 million unique web store visits.
Download the full report here to learn more about the key eCommerce trends from 2020.
RevolutionParts accelerates OEM parts and accessories sales for every major automotive brand. The company’s core focus is on delivering an enterprise-ready platform for parts retail and wholesale commerce channels. The RevolutionParts platform powers more than $400M in annual sales and reaches millions of unique buyers globally. For more information, visit www.revolutionparts.com.