Hong Kong, China, September 07, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Car accessories retailer Autoyet said there would be an increasing demand in car accessories in the next six months.
Gerald Tsang, Public Relations manager for online auto parts store Autoyet demonstrated a sales report on September 2, which shows that the number of people planning to make a purchase on a new or used car is on the decline.
Mr. Tsang thought that economy slump had put a damper on consumer sentiment on car purchase.
“After a steady increase in our index for two years, this decline is a real indication of how the economy is influencing people's car purchasing plans,” said Mr. Tsang. “There has been an apparent decrease in the number of people who plan to purchase a car in the next six months, which may give those still looking to change their car a real opportunity to flex their bargaining power.”
According to Mr. Tsang, people intending to change a new car will use the car in hand instead, which may lead to an rising demand in auto accessories.
“Reliable personal transportation is something that most consumers must have. Cars can greatly improve people’s commuting life. Old cars could still be used but may be constantly having problems, which will lead to rising demands in car parts,” said Mr. Tsang.
Gerald Tsang also said, “Economy slack will continue in the next six months. During this period, Autoyet will help people to get through difficulties by launching more auto parts.”
Autoyet, located in Hong Kong, is an ecommerce automotive parts and accessories supplier. With over 3500 items covering 80 categories, Autoyet supplies auto parts and accessories throughout the world with free shipping. All the products have gone through three standard quality control processes before shipping and a six month guarantee on all items on Autoyet.
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