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Brands and Models
Many businesses offer new and used auto parts and accessories of various brands and for specific car models. You can easily find Japanese, German, French, Italian, UK or Korean used car parts in Malta. Dealers might provide a vast range of different brands across many countries, or specialise in one brand only. Regardless, parts such as brakes, belts, filters, gaskets and engines, new and second-hand, are available for brands like Toyota, Kia, Volkswagen, Citroen, Peugeot, Nissan, Hyundai, Opel, Suzuki and Mercedes.
Before making a purchase check all the specifications of a part and model to ensure it will fit well. Be sure you’re purchasing from an authorised dealer so there won’t be any issues with the quality.
New parts should come with a guarantee, and its duration depends on the store, but usually it’s up to 1 year. Parts bought at authorised dealerships have a manufacturer’s warranty, the duration of which varies depending on the brand. Most car brands advise carrying out a checkup every 6 months to keep up-to-date with the condition of the car and specific parts. Cars on the manufacturer’s warranty often have this maintenance carried out free of charge.
Some businesses offer an installation service, which is a good way of checking if everything fits appropriately. If a required part is not available, a company can offer to order and ship it to Malta. Some companies offer a delivery service across the island. More specifics can be checked on the company's website.
Prices vary depending on the condition of a part. For new parts bought at an authorised dealership prices are usually higher, however parts come with the manufacturer’s warranty. These dealerships usually provide servicing as well, and if the guarantee is unexpired any replacements or repairs are free of charge.
Second-hand parts are cheaper, however it’s important to ask for certifications and detailed specifications to ensure it won’t compromise the performance of the car.