Collision repair shops soon will have top quality Genuine GM replacement parts at real time prices!
On December 1, 2015, General Motors launches MyPriceLink in the U.S. MyPriceLink is able to automatically load real-time priced GM parts through the industry’s most popular estimating systems. This includes Audatex, CCC One, Mitchell, and Web-Est.
MyPriceLink is designed to put more Genuine GM parts on vehicles faster, providing shops with benefits only OEM products can. Parts that fit right the first time get vehicles back on the road sooner – and with impressive manufacturer warranties and support. The reduced cycle times and higher customer satisfaction appeal to insurers and motorists alike.
Not yet using a supported estimating system or interested in integration? No problem.
MyPriceLink is available through OEC CollisionLink or the MyPriceLink Price Look-up Tool (no download required). Shops also can contact their local GM dealer.
MyPriceLink already has proven itself following multiple successful pilot programs. “Shops are writing estimates in the same manner they always have and dealers are able to process orders and invoice customers,” reports Kris Mayer, General Director, Wholesale Dealer Channel. The process is seamless.
Training on MyPriceLink comes with equal ease. Estimating system vendors provide documentation. Shops and fleets using CollisionLink Shop can turn to the OEConnection Support Center, using the link at the top right of the page.
MyPriceLink is consistent with what we hear from our dealers and body shops who all want what is best for our customers. “The GM customer is at the center of our decision,” said Mayer.
The value of OEM parts just took a giant step forward in savings and convenience. That’s good news for everyone.
Still have questions about MyPriceLink? Here are some helpful key facts.
Go to the MyPriceLink website to get key updates to the MyPriceLink Program.
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