Mazda Now Using RepairLink Platform

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May 26, 2020—OEConnection (OEC) will provide Mazda with its RepairLink platform, which will make Mazda the 10th OEM to adopt the platform, according to a press release.

According to the release, the RepairLink platform, a mechanical parts sourcing platform, will allow Mazda dealers to offer OEM-priced parts to more than 40,000 repair facilities using the platform to search for and buy parts each month.

This will also allow facilities to offer promotional pricing on parts through the Parts Marketing Program, as well as online access to part ordering and fulfillment. Currently, there are approximately 6,200 facilities using RepairLink as their mechanical parts sourcing ecommerce platform.

Currently RepairLink provides parts catalogs for 98 percent of vehicles on the road, according to the release.

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