Masterparts stocks a comprehensive range of aftermarket parts and spares for Iveco models that are popular in South Africa. These include the brand’s Daily, Cargo, EuroCargo and Star ranges.
Are parts from Masterparts cheaper than those from Iveco dealers?
Our Iveco parts and spares typically cost less than those available directly from Iveco dealerships in South Africa. However, this doesn’t mean you’ll be compromising on quality.
We deal directly with original equipment manufacturers and suppliers, in South Africa and internationally. Often the Iveco parts and spares we offer are identical to those provided by Iveco dealers – just at more competitive prices.
Types of Iveco parts we provide
Masterparts stocks parts and spares for Iveco vans, multipurpose vehicles (MPVs) and other lightweight commercial vehicles.
Some of the most commonly requested Iveco parts we supply are brake and wheel components; water pumps; timing belts; spark plugs; and fuel, air, engine and oil filters. Please be aware that we don’t stock body panels, mirrors or lights.
Areas we provide Iveco parts in
Masterparts supplies Iveco parts in:
Iveco models we offer parts for
At Masterparts, we offer Iveco parts and spares for the Iveco Daily, Cargo, EuroCargo and Star ranges. Especially popular in South Africa are the Iveco Daily panel vans and small buses/MPVs. If you have a different Iveco model, contact us and let us know what you need. We’ll do our best to help.
Iveco – an acronym for Industrial Vehicles Corporation – manufactures on- and off-road commercial vehicles, from panel vans and buses to heavy trucks. It also produces motorhomes and campers, and specialised vehicles for uses like defense and firefighting.
Based in Turin, Italy, Iveco was founded in 1975 as a result of a merger of five European brands.
The first Iveco-branded vehicles were launched in the late 1970s. They included the light- to medium-weight Iveco Zeta range and the lightweight Iveco Daily. The company’s EuroCargo, EuroTech, EuroTrakker and EuroStar ranges were released in the 1990s.
Iveco was the first to introduce turbo diesel and rail diesel engines for heavy commercial vehicles. It was also responsible for the first diesel engines to feature direct injection, exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) and variable geometry turbines.
Today Iveco has production plants in 16 countries, including South Africa – it opened a plant in Rosslyn, Pretoria in 2014.