Monroe Australia has lifted the wraps on the company’s brand new website at www.monroe.com.au.
The new website has been updated with the full spectrum of Monroe ride performance products, ensuring the easy location of detailed information related to any product in the premium quality Monroe range.
The Monroe website’s functionality has been greatly enhanced thanks to a complete re-design that ensures Monroe customers can view the site’s contents easily and quickly across all different screen sizes and portable devices.
Two of the most popular features of the Monroe website, the Monroe online catalogue and the Monroe dealer locator have also been enhanced, enabling Monroe customers to locate replacement ride performance products by make, model, year or part number.
A new online innovation also allows Monroe customers to enter the compressed and extended lengths required for any custom ride performance product application.
Increased information areas on the new Monroe website make finding product details even easier, while the addition of easy to use tabs located at the top of each page caters for the many customers who elect to use their mobile phones and devices to search online.
Further supporting the new Monroe website’s suitability for all browsing devices is the addition of a “sticky” main menu for easier access. A completely re-organised menu structure now finds the most popularly searched product information placed ahead of other information items.
The new Monroe website also adheres to the top selling ride performance product brand’s global brand identity, ensuring consistency across all Monroe websites.
Monroe Safety Specialists and trade customers can also take advantage of a more secure and enhanced login system with a wealth of updated product and fitment information. The popular Trade Corner of the Monroe website has been made more prominent, providing trade customers with easy information access.
The Monroe website homepage slider promotes key features and information, while the overall local website design includes imagery of Australian and New Zealand roads.