Masterparts stocks a comprehensive range of aftermarket parts and spares for all Volvo vehicles on South African roads. Among these are Volvo’s range of popular SUVs and luxury sedans.
Are parts from Masterparts cheaper than those from Volvo dealers?
Volvo parts and spares from Masterparts generally cost less than those supplied by Volvo dealers in South Africa. However, this doesn’t mean you’ll be compromising on reliability. We deal directly with original equipment manufacturers and suppliers (OEM and OES), locally and internationally. Often the Volvo parts and spares we supply are the same as those offered by Volvo dealers – just at lower prices.
Types of Volvo parts we provide
Masterparts can provide almost any Volvo part or spare you’re likely to need. However, please be aware that we don’t offer body panels, lights or mirrors for any vehicle makes or models. Some of the most commonly requested Volvo parts we supply are brake disks, pads and rotors; spark plugs; timing belt kits; fuel, air, engine and oil filters; and water pumps.
Areas where we provide Volvo parts
Masterparts supplies Volvo parts in:
Volvo models we offer parts for
The following table identifies some of the Volvo models for which we stock or can order parts and spares. If your model of Volvo isn’t listed here, it’s still worth contacting us and letting us know what part you need and for what model – we’ll do our best to help.
About Volvo models
We offer spares and parts for all the popular Volvo models, including the XC60 mid-sized SUV, the Volvo V40 Cross Country and the very highly rated Volvo XC90 SUV.
Contact us for assistance in choosing the best Volvo parts and spares. Whatever part your Volvo needs, you’ll find it at Masterparts.
The Volvo Group is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of heavy trucks, buses and construction equipment. Volvo Cars is a separate subsidiary, known for its SUVs, station wagons and sedans.
Based in Sweden, Volvo has been manufacturing cars since 1927.
Over decades, Volvo has built a reputation for the safety of its vehicles. It was the first to introduce features ranging from three-point safety belts to side collision protection – and, in the early 2000s, it pioneered a number of automated safety systems.
In 1999, the Volvo group sold its automobile division to Ford Motors, and in 2010, Ford sold the company to the Zhejiang Geely Holding Group.