Quality New and Used Auto Parts in Pretoria
Many people have no idea how expensive auto parts can be. If you are fortunate enough to be able to buy a brand-new car that is covered by a comprehensive service and/or maintenance plan, there are a lot of replacement spares that you simply don’t pay for during the time the cover is valid. If you then sell your car before the plan has expired and buy the next one, you may never have to buy any auto parts at all. Unfortunately, many people have no other choice than to keep their cars for far longer or buy used cars – in both cases, they end up having no cover and they have to pay for their own spares, should something fail.
The Problem with Chevrolet Auto Parts
Citroën left the South African market temporarily in 2016 but the PSA Group reintroduced the brand here in 2019. However, Chevrolet wasn’t that lucky and when General Motors withdrew the brand from the local market in 2017, it was with no plan of returning. In fact, GM has, in the meantime, withdrawn from all right-hand-drive markets, the latest high-profile casualty being the discontinuation of the entire Holden brand in Australia. In fact, had the UK-only, right-hand-drive Vauxhall brand not been acquired by the PSA Group, it would be no more either. So, where do local Chevrolet drivers now turn for auto parts for their cars?
Well, the CMH Group has taken over the task of looking after existing Chevrolet and providing after-sales service and auto parts for these cars. However, with the brand officially off the market, it is only a matter of time before these spares become increasingly rare – and probably more expensive. So, if you drive a Chevy, it is important to start planning now how you will look after and maintain it in the future. The good news is that there are thousands of Chevrolets like the Aveo, Cruze, and Captiva on local roads, so there is a steady supply of accident-damaged cars available to scrapyards like ours.
A.S.A.P. Spares to the Rescue with Chevrolet Auto Parts
While you can still buy some Chevy auto parts new from us, there is an even bigger selection of used spares available because we buy accident-damaged Chevys and strip them in our scrapyard for salvageable spares to sell to our customers. Therefore, you can rest assured that there will probably be a steady supply of used Chevy spares for a good few years still and that you would be able to keep your car running. This is good news for owners of these cars that are still relatively new and perhaps even still under finance.
Besides Chevrolet, we also sell new and used auto parts for Citroën, Opel, Peugeot, Suzuki, and Renault cars at our premises in Hermanstad, Pretoria West and we have become the go-to port of call and 1-stop shop for people looking for spares for any of these six brands. We also buy accident-damaged and written-off vehicles of any of these six brands for our scrapyard. Talk to us about your options today.