Volkswagen Parts and Spares

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Masterparts stocks a comprehensive range of aftermarket Volkswagen parts and spares for just about all Volkswagen models on the roads.

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

    Are parts from Masterparts cheaper than those from Volkswagen dealers?

    In most cases, the aftermarket Volkswagen parts and spares we offer are cheaper than those from local Volkswagen dealerships. However, this doesn’t mean you’ll be compromising on quality.

    We deal directly with many Volkswagen original equipment manufacturers and suppliers (OEM and OES), locally and internationally. Often the parts we provide are the same as those offered by dealerships – just at lower prices.

    Types of Volkswagen parts we provide

    Masterparts can provide almost any Volkswagen part or spare you’re likely to require. However, please note that we don’t stock body panels, mirrors or lights for any vehicle brands.

    Among the most commonly requested Volkswagen parts we supply are brake and wheel components; water pumps; timing belts; spark plugs; and fuel, air, engine and oil filters.

    Areas where we provide Volkswagen parts

    At Masterparts, we supply an extensive range of Volkswagen 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

    Volkswagen models we offer parts for

    The following list identifies some of the many Volkswagen models for which we stock or can order parts and spares. If your model of Volkswagen isn’t listed here, it doesn’t mean we can’t help – contact us and let us know what you need.

    • Volkswagen Amarok
    • Volkswagen Apollo
    • Volkswagen Beetle
    • Volkswagen Beetle
    • Volkswagen Brasilia
    • Volkswagen Caddy
    • Volkswagen California
    • Volkswagen CC
    • Volkswagen Corrado
    • Volkswagen Country Buggy
    • Volkswagen Derby
    • Volkswagen Eos
    • Volkswagen Fox
    • Volkswagen Gol G1 (also sold as Parati, Pointer, Fox)
    • Volkswagen Gol G2, G3, G4 (also sold as Pointer)
    • Volkswagen Gol G5
    • Volkswagen Golf Mk1
    • Volkswagen Golf Mk2
    • Volkswagen Golf Mk3
    • Volkswagen Golf Mk4
    • Volkswagen Golf Mk5/ Rabbit
    • Volkswagen Golf Mk6
    • Volkswagen Jetta
    • Volkswagen Jetta A1
    • Volkswagen Jetta A2
    • Volkswagen Jetta A3
    • Volkswagen Jetta A4
    • Volkswagen Kombi
    • Volkswagen Lavida
    • Volkswagen Lupo
    • Volkswagen New Beetle
    • Volkswagen Passat B1/ Dasher
    • Volkswagen Passat B2/ Quantum/ Santana/ Corsar/ Carat
    • Volkswagen Passat B3
    • Volkswagen Passat B4
    • Volkswagen Passat B5
    • Volkswagen Passat B6, B7 and CC
    • Volkswagen Phaeton
    • Volkswagen Pointer/ Logus
    • Volkswagen Polo Mk1/ Derby
    • Volkswagen Polo Mk2/ Classic II
    • Volkswagen Polo Mk3/ Classic III
    • Volkswagen Polo Mk4
    • Volkswagen Polo Mk5
    • Volkswagen Polo Playa
    • Volkswagen Polo Vivo
    • Volkswagen Quantum
    • Volkswagen Routan
    • Volkswagen Santana
    • Volkswagen Scirocco
    • Volkswagen Scirocco III
    • Volkswagen Sharan
    • Volkswagen Tiguan
    • Volkswagen Touareg II
    • Volkswagen Touran
    • Volkswagen Type 2
    • Volkswagen Type 2 T2
    • Volkswagen Type 2 T5 (also sold as Caravelle, Multivan)
    • Volkswagen Type 3
    • Volkswagen Type 4
    • Volkswagen up!
    • Volkswagen Vento/ Polo Sedan

    About Volkswagen

    Volkswagen, meaning “People’s Car”, was founded in Germany in 1937. Today it’s the world’s largest automaker. It’s also one of the most popular vehicle brands in South Africa.

    Volkswagen has been operating in South Africa for over 70 years.

    In 1951, the first locally assembled Volkswagen was driven off the production line in Uitenhage.

     

    By 1960, 50 000 Volkswagens had been produced and the VW Beetle already held the spot as South Africa’s best-selling car.

    Since then, South Africans haven’t looked back. From the VW Beetle to the Volksiebus famously advertised by David Kramer in the 1980s, Volkswagen vehicles have served as South African cultural icons.

    Today Volkswagen models, including the Polo, Golf and Tiguan, still feature among South Africa’s best-selling cars.