Arch Auto Parts Opens New Store In Queens, N.Y.

Arch Auto Parts Opens New Store In Queens, N.Y.

New full-service Arch Auto Parts store in Jamaica, Queens, N.Y., stocks more than 50,000 OE-quality domestic and import auto parts.

ArchAutoPartsHOLLIS, N.Y. – Arch Auto Parts, a leading aftermarket auto parts supplier in Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island, N.Y., has announced the grand opening of its ninth retail store at 168-04 Liberty Ave., Jamaica, Queens, N.Y. 

Locally owned and operated, Arch Auto Parts stocks more than 50,000 original equipment (OE) and OE-equivalent parts, offering customers the vehicle-specific parts they need in-store without delays.

Arch Auto Parts’ highly experienced professionals serve both commercial and retail customers to identify and supply the exact parts needed for each vehicle maintenance, repair or upgrade. Arch carries the national brands trusted by professional and do-it-yourself mechanics including Akebono, Raybestos, Advics, TRW, Timken, Bendix, Denso, Bosch and NGK parts. Retail customers also will find many hard-to-find parts typically sold only at dealers, at discounts of 50 to 80 percent off dealer prices.

“As a Queens-based business, Arch understands New-Yorkers don’t want to wait till next week for their parts to come in,” says Chris Bodh, CEO of Arch Auto Parts. “At Arch, over 95 percent of our customers find what they need the first time in the door. And they come back because they always get top national brand parts, great service and low prices.”

The new Arch Auto Parts store is centrally located in one of the most dense car populations in the United States. An estimated 32,000 cars travel daily in front of this new Arch Auto Parts store at the corner of Liberty Ave. and Merrick Blvd., in Jamaica, Queens, N.Y.

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