Large competitors' stores typically carry the same basic product line, with variations based on the number and type of cars registered in the different markets.
A full complement of inventory at a typical supercenter includes an average of approximately 25,000 items.
Customers will be served at a wide range in repair service offers or even related parts where a variety of the same will availed.
FRARE will essentially run two departments, under service and also the spare parts/ or repair division which will work collaboratively in offer all-time spare parts customer services.
The departments will support each other in order to maintain FRAR competitive edge amid with unfair competition within out target niche.
All customer requirements on repair parts will be definitely met under our stocked and more convenient retail locations (Sclar 236).
Larger competitors have adopted the "supercenter" store model, a freestanding, "one-stop" shopping automotive warehouse that features state-of-the-art service bays.
These "supercenters" carry thousands of stock-keeping units and serve the automotive aftermarket needs of the "do-it-yourself," the "do-it-for-me" (automotive service), tire and "buy-for-resale" customer sectors.
QDAR focuses on the middle and upper income markets.
This market looks for high quality, rapid service with as much convenience as possible.