Masterparts stocks aftermarket parts and spares for most Tata vehicles in South Africa. In 2015, after a decade of operating in the country, Tata stopped selling its vehicles in South Africa. Nonetheless, models like the sporty Tata Gen 2, the Neo Satria and the compact Savvy are still on our roads.
Are parts from Masterparts cheaper than those from Tata dealers?
Tata parts and spares from Masterparts tend to be less expensive than those available from Tata dealers in South Africa. However, this doesn’t mean you’ll be compromising on quality. We deal directly with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and suppliers, locally and internationally. Often the parts we supply are the same as those offered by Tata dealerships, just at lower prices.
Types of Tata parts we provide
Masterparts can provide almost any Tata part or spare you’re likely to need. However, we don’t supply body panels, mirrors, or lights for any car makes. Some of the most commonly requested Tata parts we supply are brake pads, disks and rotors; spark plugs; timing belt kits; fuel, air, engine and oil filters; and water pumps.
Areas where we provide Tata parts
For Tata parts in the Cape, contact our head office in Kenilworth or our Bellville, Montague Gardens, Paarl or Strand branches. We offer free delivery to all our customers in and around Cape Town. We supply Tata parts in Durban via branches in central Durban and Pinetown. Masterparts also supplies Tata parts in Namibia, via our Windhoek branch.
Tata models we offer parts for
If your model of Tata isn’t listed here, it doesn’t mean we can’t help – contact us and let us know what part you need and for what Tata model, and we’ll do our best to assist. The following table identifies some of the Tata models for which we stock or can order parts and spares:
Leading Indian automaker, Tata Motors, began operating in 1945 as a manufacturer of locomotives. It produced its first commercial vehicle in 1954, through a collaboration with Daimler-Benz.
The company’s successes remained largely confined to India up to the 1990s. In 1999, Tata Motors released the affordable, fuel-efficient Indica, which enjoyed huge success worldwide.
In 2004, Tata Motors was listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Since then, it has continued to expand aggressively and to acquire interests in other auto companies. In 2008, for example, it acquired Jaguar Land Rover from the Ford Motor Company.
Today, Tata Motors manufactures cars, trucks, vans, buses, construction equipment and military vehicles. It has an assembly plant in Rosslyn, Pretoria and is best known in South Africa for its compact Tata Bolt family car, tough Xenon bakkies and light trucks.
Contact us for assistance in finding the best Tata parts and spares. Whatever part your Tata needs, there’s a good chance you’ll find it at Masterparts.