Sunroofs are a great feature. Aside from the fact that they just look sharp, they increase visibility and they provide the right amount of airflow on a beautiful spring or summer day. So, it's no wonder why so many car buyers prefer vehicles with a sunroof. However, factory-installed sunroofs increase a vehicle's sale price, and a few buyers choose to install a sunroof after they buy a car.
You may also have customers come in with leaky, cracked or shattered sunroofs. In either case, you must be ready with parts to fix the sunroof or provide your customers with a quality and affordable replacement. Prepare yourself by stocking your shelves with the following sunroofs and sunroof parts:
1. Retractable sunroofs for a convertible feel
2. Manual or power-operated replacement and aftermarket sunroofs
3. Sunroof replacement parts
Pick an inexpensive sunroof supplierCustomers who need a replacement or aftermarket sunroof have a budget, and they want to stay within their budget. Compare wholesale sunroof suppliers and pick the distributor that offers the best product at the lowest price. This way, you can keep your cost low and maintain customer satisfaction.
Include an ample selection of new and retractable sunroofsCustomers who buy a car without a sunroof may choose to install a retractable or aftermarket sunroof. Keep a generous selection in stock, and provide additional options such as T-top sunroofs.
Keep a stock of replacement sunroof partsRather than remove a customer's existing sunroof and install a new one, inspect the sunroof and determine the problem. Sometimes, the problem can be as simple as a cracked seal or old electrical wiring.
- Customer service is key, so before installing a new car sunroof or replacing a broken sunroof, have the customer preview different styles and sizes. Consequently, they receive their ideal sunroof, whether pop-up or power-operated. Give the customer an accurate estimate. This way, they aren't hit with a surprise bill.
- Recommend an automotive sunroof that fits the customer's budget. Auto sunroof prices range between $300 and $1,000. To help them save money or stay within budget, recommend a pop-up or manual-operated sunroof.