Revolution in online Subaru retail venture

Revolution's new Subaru web shop
Revolution's new Subaru web shop

CAT Magazine’s Retailer of the Year, Revolution Performance Motorstores, has had a busy start to the new decade, not only winning the 2010 accolade but expanding its internet retailing operations.

The Gateshead-based retailer has launched a new website targeting Subaru Impreza owners. The online store deals solely with lines for the Subaru marque and has a particular emphasis on the Impreza.

The website includes fitment guides and Revolution claims the wheel section houses Europe’s largest online wheel and tyre store for the Subaru marque.

It has more than 150 styles of wheels on display and offers 33,000 fully priced wheel and tyre packages.

Tuning, styling and maintenance products are also well served with secure online payment facilities that use 3D encryption technology and password account protection.

“We are genuinely excited about this next chapter in Subaru online retailing,” said managing director Glenn Campbell.

“By grouping all these products on one dedicated site, we’ve created a convenient facility for our customers, helping them to navigate more quickly and easily.”

Published by emmabutcher

Emma has been CAT's editor since January 2008. There isn't much she doesn't know about the aftermarket - and her favourite topic is definitely BER!

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