Trends: eBay Auto Parts and eBay Sales Statistics
News and industry trends for eBay Motors, eBay auto parts sales and PayPal. We include eBay Motors sales statistics and analysis.
For over a decade eBay Motors has been selling automotive parts and vehicles. It launched in 2000, just after eBay moved to its newly-expanded headquarters in San Jose, California.
eBay logos through the years
The logo for eBay had a few changes since 1995. Founder Pierre Omidyar originally started the company as AuctionWeb. Shortly afterwards, Omidyar rebranded it as eBay. Here are the major changes to the eBay logo since 1995.
When eBay Motors started in 2000, it was under the “fun” logo shown in the middle. Since its modest start, eBay Motors now sells billions of dollars in vehicles, and eBay auto parts and accessories each year. It facilitates sales to every continent on Earth. In fact, the dollar volume is so high it supports a cottage industry for eBay marketplace research. This research industry supports the marketplace and vendors, and in some cases, buyers. Active or potential eBay Motors resellers actively research topics like “best selling car parts on eBay” or “most sold car parts on eBay.”
eBay sales statistics
In the articles below we refer to various statistics and trends over the years. Our oldest article, on page 2 of the articles below, is now nearly 10 years old. We first referred to eBay back in 2012.
In 1999, eBay Motors first displayed at the SEMA Show. This shows the company’s connection to the aftermarket is a long one.
Long-time SEMA Show attendees may remember the “BUILT from eBay” campaign. This included a booth year year with vehicles on display at the SEMA Show. The booth promoted vehicle parts and accessories purchased on eBay. “BUILT from eBay” remains a clever marketing promotion in the show’s long history.
The vehicles in the “BUILT from eBay” display included off-road vehicles, customized 1960s-1970s cars, a Porsche, even a 1968 Chevy G20 van.
For more history on eBay and sales data, click on the articles below.