At A.S.A.P. Spares we specialise in new & used spare parts for Opel, Suzuki, Peugeot, Renault, Chevrolet, and Citroën.
This was the one that started it all. A.S.A.P. Spares originally began our spare parts company with our main focus on the German brand, Opel. Opel used to be distributed through Delta Motors up until 2003, and their models included the Kadett, Astra, Corsa, Ascona, Rekord, Commodore, and Senator. General Motors South Africa later took over the concern.
From 2018, the local Opel distributor is the Williams Hunt group, while internationally, Opel is now under the auspices of the French PSA Group. The current South African Opel line-up consist of the Adam, Corsa, Astra, Mokka, and Crossland.
Chevrolet is the biggest American car brand. Produced by General Motors Company (GM), Chevrolet has been a household name in South Africa since the 1960s with the advertising jingle “braaivleis, rugby, sunny skies, and Chevrolet” epitomising the way of life in SA during the ’60s and ’70s.
During the 1980s, however, GM divested from South Africa, but made a comeback in 2001. At the end of 2017, Chevrolet again left the country, and Isuzu dealerships are now responsible for the after-sales service of Chevrolet vehicles.
The well-known French car brand has been in South Africa since the 1960s, most notably with its iconic Citroën DS model, but also the GS. Today, the Citroën brand is well-known in South Africa, although the PSA Group has decided to withdraw the brand from the local market. After-sales service for Citroën vehicles still on the road is now supplied by Peugeot South Africa.
When it comes to new and used Citroën spare parts, A.S.A.P. Spares is the only place to go as we are the only parts specialist in Gauteng specialising in Citroën parts.
The history of Renault in South Africa goes back as far as 1953 when the 4CV was first imported by Curries Motors. Five years later, Renault Africa was established, but in 1985 Renault too decided to leave the South African market, such as many other brands like Volvo, Peugeot, and Citroën. In 2000, Renault decided to re-enter the South African market by establishing Renault South Africa, promptly winning the South African Car of the Year title with the Clio 2. Since then, they have been able to re-establish their brand with encouraging results. Today, they offer an extensive passenger and commercial range, including the Clio, Mégane, Sandero, Kwid, Kadjar, Captur, Duster, and the commercial Kangoo Express and Trafic.
Suzuki is synonymous with motorcycles, as they have won numerous awards and a number of superbike titles, but there is much more to this Japanese brand than meets the eye.
Suzuki had a humble beginning that dates to 1909, when the multinational corporation was first founded by Michio Suzuki in Hamamatsu, Japan. Although they first built weaving looms, Suzuki realised that there was a need for small and practical cars, and so started the brand we know today. Suzuki sold a few commercial vehicles in South Africa during the ’80s and ’90s, like the much-loved SJ410 mini SUV off-roader, and father of today’s Jimny, as well as a tiny minibus and panel van, called the ST90VT, and the Vitara SUV. Suzuki Motors officially returned again in 2008 with the Swift, SX4, and Jimny. Today, they also sell the Ignis, Boleno, Celerio, Ciaz, Ertiga and Vitara.
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