Aftermarket spare parts (salvaged from category B write-off vehicles) are a good alternative to keep your car in good running order at a more favorable price than with the factory genuine parts (category A). Aftermarket parts reach the market about a year or two after the launch of the make and model. It is often possible to obtain the components for car sub-assemblies separately as aftermarket parts, whereas as a genuine part it is only possible to order complete and expensive sub-assemblies. A good example here would be steering knuckles, track-control arms and belt rollers.
If you wish to find a suitable spare part for your car yourself, you are welcome to use the manufacturers’ catalogues below. Having found the suitable spare part, copy the product code into the spare parts search window on our website.
If you cannot find the suitable part on your own, send us an inquiry (right-hand column on the page) with the description of the spare parts or copy the product code of the item you are looking for into the “Desired spare part” window.