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Euro Car Parts signs distribution deal with Autologic diagnostics

Euro Car Parts has agreed a distribution deal with Autologic to add its Autologic Assist diagnosis platform to its range.

Autologic has identified 850,000 fault codes so far in 2015 alone. Specialising in premium European vehicles, Autologic offers comprehensive technical data for Audi, BMW, Citroen, Dacia, Jaguar, Land Rover, Mercedes, Peugeot, Renault, Seat, Skoda, VW and Volvo.

The Assist Support package includes:

  • Technical support (symptom assessment, fault code interpretation, log file analysis, and diagnostic and fix pathways)
  • Guided Pass Through (setup assistance and programming support)
  • Tool support (device usage and manufacturer-specific procedures)
  • Regular upgrades (chassis, variant and ECU coverage roadmaps)

Jeremy Fry, chief executive officer of Autologic, said: “The Autologic Assist fix and support capabilities enable UK garages to repair more cars, faster and more profitably. Customers report that it saves them at least an hour a day, representing an annual saving of £16,500. This prestigious supply agreement with Euro Car Parts will put Autologic Assist in front of thousands of new technicians, where the quality of the product will speak for itself.”

Martin Gray, chief executive officer of Euro Car Parts, added: “We are delighted to announce this exclusive distribution deal with Autologic, particularly with Pass Through so vital to the success of the aftermarket. The Assist product is proven to increase vehicle through-flow, customer satisfaction and revenue. It is exactly the kind of high-end diagnostic equipment that garages should be investing in.”



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  • Chris rimmer - 01/02/2017 21:07

    Autologic is shite , they sold me a machine with 3 years support for £10000, when time to renew they say my machine is useless, no more support, be carefull

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  • Chris rimmer - 01/02/2017 21:08

    Autologic is shite , they sold me a machine with 3 years support for £10000, when time to renew they say my machine is useless, no more support, be carefull

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