Navigating The New Aeromotive Group Website

It seems that Pertronix Brands is switching things up and now grouping all of their brands under the The Aeromotive Group. Along with that transition, there has been some big updates to their website.

The old website was tough to navigate and did seem a bit slow. For those of you not website developers, there is a long process and lot of work building a good quality and fast website. You might think you just click a few buttons, but it is much more than that.

When you have a sub-par website for a brand is one thing, but when you have hundreds of products, videos, categories, etc. that is across multiple brands, this becomes a much larger project. We will say that the new site is a big improvement from before.

The Aeromotive Group landing page is very well laid out and can easily navigate to where you want to go. To start with is the vehicle selector, which will show you all the parts available for your make and model.

Next we noticed the speed of the site is much faster. Whether its loading up their blog or searching through parts, the site loads quickly. What many people do not know, is even though you might have a 1,000mbs internet speed, websites can still act slow if they are not designed correctly.

One aspect of the new site that we really like is the Video Library. The quick link to the Video Library can be found towards the top of the website and will direct you to a complete library of videos from all of the brands.

If you are looking for a sound clip of exhaust or technical tips, they can all be easily found in the video library. We really enjoy listening to the different exhaust systems. Although the sound will vary depending on your vehicle, it still gives you a good idea of what it might sound like.

There is also a Products, Brands and Fuel tabs beside the Video Library tab. This becomes very helpful when you are looking for a specific product or maybe a specific brand.

Overall we are very happy to see the new site working so well. The speed has increased and the ease of use is much better than before. We are looking out to see what else might change in the future. Until then, head over to Aeromotive Brands site and check it out for yourself.

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Gavin Wollenburg

Gavin grew up around Mopars in his lakeside home in Ohio, his father showing him nearly everything he needed to know about haulin' some serious rear in his '72 Dart Swinger. Since then, he's made his little A-Body a serious autocross contender and regularly shows the modern boys how an old Dart does it!

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