Jaguar Parts and Spares

Jaguar logo

Masterparts stocks a comprehensive range of affordable Jaguar parts and spares for the most popular Jaguar vehicles on South African roads.

    We don’t stock body panels, mirrors or lights.

    Are parts from Masterparts cheaper than those from Jaguar dealers?

    Jaguar parts and spares from Masterparts are typically less expensive than those available directly from Jaguar Land Rover dealers in South Africa.

    However, this doesn’t mean you’ll be compromising on quality. We deal directly with original equipment manufacturers and suppliers (OEM and OES), locally and internationally. In many cases, the parts and spares we offer are identical to those provided by Jaguar Land Rover dealers – just at more competitive prices.

    Types of Jaguar parts we provide

    Some of the most commonly requested Jaguar parts we supply are brake and wheel components; water pumps; timing belts; spark plugs; and fuel, air, engine and oil filters. Please note that we don’t stock lights, mirrors or body panels for Jaguar or any other vehicle brands.

    Areas we provide Jaguar parts in

    Masterparts supplies Jaguar parts in:

    Western Cape

    Kenilworth Warrington Rd

    021 657 5757

    Bellville Strand Rd

    021 957 5757

    Brackenfell Kenwil Drive

    021 970 5757

    Paarl Triangle St

    021 861 5757

    Montague Gardens

    021 561 5757

    Strand George Street

    021 841 5757

    KZN

    Durban Umgeni Rd

    031 308 5757

    Phoenix Markhouse Place

    031 508 5757

    Pinetown Old Main Road

    031 737 5757

    Namibia

    Windhoek Bell Street

    +264 61 433 5757

    Jaguar models we offer parts for

    The following table identifies some of the Jaguar ranges for which we stock or can order parts and spares. If your model of Jaguar isn’t listed, it’s still worth contacting us. Let us know what part you need and for what model – we’ll do our best to help.

    About Jaguar

    The Jaguar marque is firmly associated with style, luxury and high performance.

    Jaguar began in 1922 as the Swallow Sidecar Company, manufacturing motorcycle sidecars in England. It launched its first passenger car in 1935. After World War II, the company changed its name to Jaguar Cars, to avoid any association between the SS initials of its original name and the SS of Nazi Germany.

    From 1948 onwards, Jaguar made a name for itself with its sports cars, featuring striking designs and powerful engines. It also went on to introduce a range of luxury saloons.

    In 1966, Jaguar merged with the British Motor Corporation to form British Motor Holdings (BMH) – subsequently to become part of British Leyland.

    Jaguar regained its independence in 1984. It was later bought by Ford and then, in 2008, by Tata Motors. Tata Motors also acquired the Land Rover company. Today, Jaguar is a brand of Jaguar Land Rovers.

    Currently, Jaguar is investing heavily in hybrid and electric vehicles. In 2021, the company announced that all Jaguar models will be electric by 2025.