Masterparts stocks a comprehensive range of aftermarket parts and spares for most Isuzu vehicles on South African roads, including the company’s popular bakkies and SUVs.
Are parts from Masterparts cheaper than those from Isuzu dealers?
Isuzu parts and spares from Masterparts are typically cheaper than those available directly from Isuzu dealers in South Africa. However, this doesn’t mean you’ll be compromising on reliability. We deal directly with original equipment manufacturers and suppliers (OEM and OES), locally and overseas. Often the Isuzu parts and spares we supply are the same as those offered by Isuzu dealers, just at lower prices.
Types of Isuzu parts we provide
Masterparts can provide almost any Isuzu part or spare you’re likely to need, for single-, double- or extended-cab; regular and diesel; and both manual and automatic Isuzu models. However, please note that we don’t supply body panels, mirrors, or lights. Some of the most commonly requested Isuzu parts we supply are brake disks, pads and rotors; spark plugs; timing belt kits; fuel, air, engine and oil filters; and water pumps.
Areas where we provide Isuzu parts
Masterparts supplies Isuzu parts in:
Isuzu models we offer parts for
If your model of Isuzu isn’t listed here, it doesn’t mean we can’t help – contact us and let us know what part you need and for what model. If we don’t have the part in stock, we can order it for you. The following table identifies some of the Isuzu models for which we stock or can order parts and spares:
About Isuzu models
We offer spares and parts for all the popular Isuzu models, including the spacious Isuzu MU-X SUVs and the popular Isuzu KB300 bakkie.
Contact us for assistance in choosing the best Isuzu parts and spares. Whatever part your Isuzu needs, there’s a good chance you’ll find it at Masterparts.
Isuzu traces its history to 1916, when two Tokyo companies – a shipbuilder and a gas and electric company – initiated plans to enter the automobile industry. In 1922, they produced Japan’s first domestically manufactured car, the Wolseley model A-9. A truck was soon to follow.
A number of mergers and name changes followed, with the company name, Isuzu, adopted only in 1949.
Today, Isuzu Motors is known for its bakkies, SUVs and trucks. The company also makes diesel engines, which are used by other leading automakers – among them, Renault, Nissan and General Motors.
Isuzu Motors South Africa was established in January 2018 as a wholly owned subsidiary of Isuzu Motors Limited.