CarSpareFinder helps you find cheaper Volkswagen car parts, by using our online system. It's a Free and simple process to attain those accessories from a network of new and used Volkswagen breaker yards and suppliers from all over the UK. More here
Here is how the process of sourcing and purchasing Volkswagen spares works. In order for your Volkswagen specialist to know what you are looking for, you need to complete the form. Try to be as precise as possible, with registration number and any Volkswagen serial numbers too. Your request information is then sent, only to registered Volkswagen breakers and suppliers on our system, who will check for item availability. If in stock, based prices will be shown on your personal price screen and sent by email. You then compare your Volkswagen part quotes and decide which breaker you want to deal with. You can then ring the Volkswagen supplier, to order the components. Don't forget to ask about delivery and warranties, all Volkswagen suppliers offer these.
VW is the main brand of the Group that owns many other manufacturers including Audi, Skoda, Seat and Bentley to name a few. Combined it is currently the second largest manufacturer in the world based on 2011 sales figures. Many components are shared amongst the other brands within the group, especially engines, this often means breaker yards tend to specialise in VAG (short for Volkswagen Audi Group, even though there are other makes now included), it is very possible that the items you buy, come off a sister brand.Unknown Facts about Volkswagens
When you think of an auto factory what image comes to mind. Do you think about an assembly line or workers in dirty clothing working on parts in a sprawling metal facility? Do you think about a large warehouse with small windows that looks like it was built decades ago? When that picture comes to mind you may be thinking of something run by Ford or Chrysler. Read more