Subaru Parts and Spares

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At Masterparts, we stock a comprehensive range of Subaru parts and spares, for most models available in South Africa.

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

    Are parts from Masterparts cheaper than those from Subaru dealers?

    At Masterparts, we’re able to offer high-quality Subaru parts and spares, but generally at a lower price than those from a dealer.

    We source parts directly from original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and suppliers, both locally and abroad. Our Subaru parts and spares are generally the same as those offered by dealers, just not quite as expensive.

    Types of Subaru parts we provide

    Among the Subaru parts and spares we offer are brake and wheel components; water pumps; timing belts; spark plugs; and fuel, air, engine and oil filters.

    Please note that we don’t supply body panels, mirrors or lights for any brand of vehicle.

    Areas where we provide Subaru parts

    Masterparts supplies Subaru parts to:

    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

    Subaru models we offer parts for

    The following list identifies some of the Subaru models for which we stock or can order parts and spares. If you don’t see your model of Subaru listed, get in touch and we’ll let you know if we can still help.

    About Subaru

    Subaru is the automobile manufacturing division of the Subaru Corporation, a transportation conglomerate in Japan. By production volume, it’s among the 30 largest vehicle manufacturers in the world.

    Subaru traces its origins to 1915, when a company called Fuji Heavy Industries established an aircraft research laboratory.

    In the 1950s, after changing hands and being reorganised a number of times, the company started manufacturing cars. It was renamed Subaru, the Japanese name for the Pleiades star cluster.

    Subaru vehicles were first imported into South Africa in 1992. Today, distribution is handled by Subaru Southern Africa, which is owned by Toyota Tsusho.

    Subaru vehicles are known for their distinctive boxer engine layout and Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive (SAWD) systems.

    Contact us at Masterparts for the best high-quality Subaru parts and spares. Whatever part you need, we’ll do our best to assist.