Mitsubishi Parts and Spares

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Masterparts is a stockist of aftermarket spares and parts for Mitsubishi, with parts available for most Mitsubishi models available in South Africa. With over 45,000 high-quality spare and replacement parts available in our warehouses, we’re likely to have the Mitsubishi parts you need, when you need them.

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

Are parts from Masterparts cheaper than those from Mitsubishi dealers?

The Mitsubishi parts supplied by Masterparts are competitively priced and are generally cheaper than dealer-issued parts. This does not mean our parts are inferior quality. Parts are sourced from original equipment manufacturers, which means we are often able to offer the same parts as Mitsubishi dealers at more affordable prices.

Types of Mitsubishi parts we provide

We provide a wide selection of parts that are compatible with Mitsubishi models available in South Africa. However, note that we do not stock body panels, lights or mirrors. Frequently ordered Mitsubishi parts we have available include brake and wheel components, air and oil filters, shock absorbers and radiators.

Areas where we provide Mitsubishi parts

Mitsubishi Parts are available at all the Masterparts branches in:

KZN

Durban Umgeni Rd

031 308 5757

Pinetown Old Main Road

031 737 5757

Namibia

Windhoek Bell Street

+264 61 433 5757

Mitsubishi models we offer parts for

We supply Mitsubishi parts for all current and recent models. However, if your vehicle is not listed here, give us a call and we’ll do what we can to help you source the part for your requirements. We stock parts for the following Mitsubishi models:

About Mitsubishi models

Masterparts stocks a comprehensive range of high-quality Mitsubishi parts and spares, for all the popular Mitsubishi models – old and new – on our roads. Contact us if there’s a part you need and we’ll be happy to help.

About Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi Motors is the sixth largest car manufacturer in Japan. The company’s headquarters are in Tokyo, and it operates manufacturing facilities in Asia, Russia and Brazil.

Mitsubishi’s origins date back to the creation of a conglomeration of industrial companies created in 1870. One of these, The Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co., built Japan’s first series production automobile in 1917. By the 1950s Mitsubishi was mass-manufacturing automobiles for the Japanese market.

Over the following decades Mitsubishi entered several alliances with domestic and foreign motor vehicle manufacturers to expand its operations and global footprint. This culminated in the sale of 34% of the company’s shares to Nissan in 2016.

Mitsubishi entered the South African market with its Colt series of vehicles in the 1970s, with the Colt bakkie in particular enjoying enormous popularity. Today Mitsubishi not only manufactures bakkies, like the top-selling Triton, but also markets a number of 4x4s, including the Pajero, Outlander and ASX.