Cars are fickle by nature and can be precious machines. With lots of moving parts and integral components, it’s easy for something to let go, or simply wear due to age. With these simple tips and tricks though, you can extend the life of those precious parts of your car and keep it on the road running smoother for longer. There are so many ways to increase the lifespan of your vehicle components, in its simplest form, the best advice is to simply look after your vehicle. READ MORE
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When it comes to recycled and spare parts, you will find no bigger experts than the team at Perth Parts. In fact, the team are not only experts, but also passionate, so they love what they do and at the heart of what they do is help their customers find the best deal and best parts for their needs. So, when it comes to the age-old question: Which is better? Old or New? The team at Perth Parts might be a bit biased, but truth be told there are times where your vehicle, and your hip pocket, would benefit from a recycled part over a new one.
Have you been searching for parts for your vehicle to no avail? Or the parts you do find are cost prohibitive or are low quality knock offs? Maybe it’s time to reconsider the high-quality recycled parts on offer at Perth Parts. Recycled Parts sound like they might be lacking in the safety department, or may malfunction, costing you more in the long run. This is a common myth we are here to debunk. Recycled parts are as safe as brand new, they just came from a vehicle that could no longer use them.
At Perth Parts we are always on the lookout for new vehicle parts to stock. As new manufacturers come on the market, and new models are developed, our team looks for the parts so we can serve you, our customers, better and more broadly.
Cars are not built to sit around and gather dust. If you go away for holidays, you ask someone to look after your car for you or you at least ask someone to start it every few days. This keeps the fluids running through the engine and stops them from settling and causing your engine to seize.
Any decent spare parts supplier will tell you they have popular and not so popular parts on their shelves. Whether you need a used panel or a secondhand alternator, quite often you will find these parts at Perth Parts for whatever make or model we have. We even have specialised parts available. If you want to check out our inventory, our website allows you do just that 24 hours a day, through our online parts finder.
Over half a million cars each year end up in auto recyclers and wrecker yards across Australia every year. Recycling car parts is becoming more and more popular, not just for the benefit to the environment but also for the hip pocket. Still, more and more vehicles make their way to landfill, and these vehicles still have very useable parts.
Buying anything online can be a daunting experience and buying second-hand car parts is no different. The process doesn’t need to be difficult, as long as you can follow our handy tips and tricks, you will be a part buying expert in no time.
Spare parts are not a thing of the past, more and more customers, including mechanics and servicing workshops are sourcing original parts for their vehicles over cheap and often universal parts. Why? There are many reasons, however the key reason is viability. A genuine part for your vehicle will perform better than an aftermarket or cheap version as it was made specifically for your vehicle, not just to fit your vehicle along with 100 other makes and models.
The team here at Perth Parts pride ourselves on our extensive catalog of spare parts and panels for an expansive range of late model vehicle makes and models. From hatchbacks to vans to four-wheel drives, we cater to a large range of vehicles and their owners. Our special brand of makes are Toyota, Nissan, Isuzu, Hyundai, Kia, Mazda, Great Wall, Foton Tunland but we also specialize in Jeep, Chrysler, Holden SUV & 4X4, Ford SUV & 4×4, Volkswagen Golf & Amarok. Even though our range is extensive there are always some hard-to-find or rare parts. Although we love a challenge, some of our clients have provided some curly asks over the years. READ MORE