Auto Service World
News   December 23, 2019   by Allan Janssen

KYB unveils road testing app

KYB has recently launched a new road testing app and updated its website.

The company is utilizing technology to achieve three objectives.  First, train service professionals on how to determine if shocks should be replaced. Second, provide better information to consumers on the condition of the vehicle. Third, help the consumer decide which replacement shock is the best choice for their needs.

The KYB Road Testing App helps service providers start a conversation about shocks and struts with their customer. Shocks and struts are an under sold category because technicians lack a good way to rate wear and service writers don’t have enough information or facts to recommend the sale with confidence. The app addresses those issues and can even send Vehicle Condition Reports directly to the customer’s phone or email address. The KYB Road Testing App can be downloaded at no charge and is available for Apple and Android devices

More consumers are researching auto parts before a purchase is made. To help consumers make better, more informed decisions, KYB has updated to be more consumer friendly. The site includes new videos, simple graphic icons that describe the purpose of each product, electronic catalogs by product category, and 360-degree product images.

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1 Comment » for KYB unveils road testing app
  1. peter foreman says:

    Meh. The app is pretty lame. You’d think with modern phones all having accelerometers and other measuring tools they could devise a real time testing app.

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