New Automotive Parts & Specialty UX Benchmark with 5,000+ Performance Scores and 4,000+ Best Practice Examples

At Baymard we’ve just released a new UX benchmark of Automotive Parts & Specialty sites.

This follows from our large-scale user testing and adds to our existing e-commerce UX benchmark.

Automotive Parts & Specialty UX Case Studies

The 10 sites have been manually assessed across 500+ research-based UX parameters relevant to Automotive Parts & Specialty sites, resulting in 5,000+ weighted UX performance scores and 4,000+ best-practice examples from Automotive Parts & Specialty sites.

For the benchmark, we rated 10 Automotive Parts & Specialty sites:, RevZilla, Advance Auto Parts,, ECS Tuning, Inter Cars, Demon Tweeks, AutoDoc, J&P Cycles, and Pep Boys.

You can explore our 10 in-depth Automotive Parts & Specialty UX case studies using the below links:

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Get your own site UX Audited by Baymard (confidential) or self-assess it with Review Tool.

Automotive Parts & Specialty UX Performance

The 10 Automotive Parts & Specialty sites’ 5,000+ UX performance scores are summarized in the interactive scatterplot below — showing you how they perform collectively and individually:


A publicly available overview of the research and benchmark can be found on our Automotive Parts & Specialty research overview page.

Getting access: all 5,000+ UX performance scores, 4,000+ best-practice examples, and the UX insights from researching the Automotive Parts & Specialty industry are available immediately and in full within Baymard Premium. (If you already have an account open the Automotive Parts & Specialty study.) If you want to know how your Automotive Parts or Specialty website performs and compares, then learn more about getting Baymard to conduct a Automotive Parts & Specialty UX Audit of your site.

Authored by Anders Nielsen on April 20, 2023

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