Suzuki Parts and Spares

Suzuki logo

At Masterparts, we have a range of parts and spares for most Suzuki models on South African roads, including the Alto, Celerio, Grand Vitara, Jimny, Kizashi, Samurai, Swift and Vitara.

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

Are parts from Masterparts cheaper than those from Suzuki dealers?

As a general rule, parts and spares from Masterparts are less expensive than a name brand dealer such as Suzuki. Our parts and spares aren’t necessarily generic however, they just come directly from the original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) or suppliers in South Africa or overseas. In fact, we usually source our parts from the same place as the dealers, we just sell them at a more reasonable price.

Types of Suzuki parts we provide

Masterparts doesn’t stock body panels, lights or mirrors for any brand of vehicle, however, we do stock a comprehensive range of other parts, including those for Suzuki models. Suzuki parts and spares that we can supply include brake drums, wheel bearings, pistons, exhaust headers and shock absorbers, to name just a few.

Areas where we provide Suzuki parts

You can order Suzuki spares and parts at 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

Suzuki models we offer parts for

If your Suzuki model is not on this list, we might still be able to help. If you let us know the name of the part you’re looking for and for which model, we will do our best to source it on your behalf. This list identifies some of the Suzuki models we stock or can order parts and spares for:

About Suzuki

The Suzuki Motor Corporation is a Japanese multinational corporation that manufactures automobiles, motorcycles and ATVs as well as marine engines and wheelchairs. The company started in 1909 as Suzuki Loom Works, building weaving looms for the booming silk industry.

In 1937, Suzuki started work on its first car. The first Suzuki cars were powered by then-innovative liquid-cooled four-cylinder engines. After a brief halt during the Second World War, car production resumed and, in 1954, the company was renamed Suzuki Motor Co.

For a short time, Volkswagen held an almost 20% non-controlling share of the company. However, they were ordered to sell the stake back to Suzuki by an international arbitration court in 2015. The Suzuki Motor Corporation’s headquarters are in Hamamatsu, Japan.

Today, Suzuki Auto South Africa manufactures a range of cars, motorcycles and marine engines.

Contact us to find the best aftermarket Suzuki parts and spares. Whichever part your Suzuki needs, we’re likely to stock it at Masterparts.