Land Rover Parts and Spares

Land Rover logo

Masterparts stocks aftermarket Land Rover parts and spares for models in the Range Rover, Range Rover Evoque and Land Rover ranges, including the Land Rover Freelander, Defender and Discovery models. With its rugged four-wheel-drive vehicles – originally inspired by the Jeep – the Land Rover brand has inspired passion in generations of South African “Landy” owners and adventurers.

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

Types of Land Rover parts we provide

Masterparts stocks a wide range of Land Rover parts and spares, for the Land Rover Streetwise, Land Rover 75, Land Rover SD and Land Rover SDX. Some of the most commonly requested Land Rover parts we supply are brake pads, disks and rotors; water pumps; timing belt kits; spark plugs; and fuel, air, engine and oil filters. Please note that we don’t stock body panels, mirrors or lights for any vehicle models.

Areas we provide Land Rover parts in

Masterparts supplies Land Rover 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

Land Rover models we offer parts for

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

About Land Rover models

We also offer a range of Rover parts and spares.

For guidance in choosing the best Land Rover parts and spares, feel free to contact us. Whatever part your Land Rover needs, there’s a good chance you’ll find it at Masterparts.

About Land Rover

The first Land Rover model was produced in 1948 by the Rover Company, then a subsidiary of the British Leyland Motor Corporation. One year later, the first Series I Land Rovers were sold in South Africa – and by 1963, a Port Elizabeth plant was manufacturing Land Rover components.

In 1978, Land Rover was established as a separate company. It was sold to BMW in 1994 and, six years later, it was sold to Ford. In 2008, it was sold to Tata Motors.

Through all the changes, the Land Rover brand has remained as strong as ever. Today, a range of off-road 4 x 4 and luxury utility Land Rovers are still being manufactured.