Masterparts stocks a wide range of aftermarket Citroën parts and spares, for just about all Citroën models on South African roads – including the popular Citroën C1 and C4, the compact, award-winning DS3 and the distinctive DS5. For just about any Citroën model, it’s likely we’ll have the part you need – and on the off chance that we don’t, we’ll do our best to find it for you.
Are parts from Masterparts cheaper than those from Citroën dealers?
In most cases, the aftermarket Citroën parts and spares we offer are cheaper than those you’ll get directly from local Peugeot Citroën South Africa (PCSA) dealerships. However, this doesn’t mean you’ll be compromising on quality. We deal directly with Citroën original equipment manufacturers and suppliers (OEM and OES). The Citroën parts and spares we provide are often the same as those provided by dedicated Citroën dealers, just at lower prices.
Types of Citroën parts we provide
Masterparts can supply almost any Citroën part or spare you’re likely to need. However, please note that we don’t stock body panels, mirrors or lights for any vehicle brands. Some of the most commonly requested parts we provide are brake pads, disks and rotors; water pumps; timing belt kits; spark plugs; and fuel, air, engine and oil filters.
Areas where we provide Citroën parts
Masterparts provides a comprehensive selection of Citroën parts in:
Citroën models we offer parts for
If your model of Citroën isn’t listed here, it doesn’t mean we can’t help – contact us and let us know what part you need and for which model and we’ll see if we can help. The following list identifies some of the Citroën models for which we stock or can order parts and spares:
About Citroën models
We offer spares and parts for all commonly driven Citroëns in South Africa, including the Citroën C1 and C4, and the most popular models in the Citroën Distinctive Series (DS) range – including the compact DS3 and the sporty DS5.
One of France’s most successful automakers, Citroën was founded by André-Gustave Citroën in 1919. It earned a reputation for innovative technology, reliability and distinctive styling.
From 1976 onwards, it was part of the PSA Peugeot Citroën group. In 2020, PSA and Fiat merged to create Stellantis, which has retained the Citroën brand.
In 2016, Peugeot-Citroen South Africa (PCSA) announced that no more new Citroëns will be sold in the country. Instead, the group has turned its focus to promoting the Peugeot.
Sadly, this means that Citroëns may become a rarity on our roads. For the moment, many South Africans still drive Citroëns, and need reliable parts and spares.