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eEuroparts.com® features a wide selection of quality VW Parts. Since 2000, we have specialized in stocking original equipment manufacturer OEM VW Parts and a broad selection of aftermarket VW Parts . Our easy-to-use online catalog allows you to quick browse for along with any other part you mean need for your Swedish or German car. Don't see what you're looking for here? Try selecting your vehicle from our easy-to-use VW Parts vehicle selector or select your VW Parts model below. Enjoy browsing through our huge warehouse of genuine, OEM, and aftermarket VW Parts.

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VW Parts and Accessories – Quality Genuine and OEM Parts at Great Prices

 

Volkswagen Group is the largest car manufacturer in the world. This company owns a diverse range of brands as well. It's odd to think that a Jetta and Bugatti Veyron share the same DNA, but they do.

There's also Audi with its luxurious sedans to fill in the void between these two extremes. No matter which one of these cars you own, it's absolutely essential that you use quality Volkswagen parts to fix or maintain them. Here at eEuroparts.com, we offer a vast selection of VW group parts, including genuine Volkswagen and OEM parts.

The People's Car and More

 

Volkswagen traces its roots back to 1937. Despite being only a few years away from starting WWII, Germany was still recovering from the losses of WWI. The economy was in ruins and even the basic commodities were scarce. Needless to say, cars weren't the first item on an average German's list of priorities. In fact, only every 50th German actually owned a car at that time.

Established by Deutsche Arbeitsfront, VW started working on a vehicle that would match the financial abilities of an average worker. They wanted to build a people's car - the volkswagen.

By 1938, a design was slowly taking shape. Today we know it as the iconic Beetle, but back then it was something completely different. It wouldn't be until after WWII was over that the Beetle entered mass production and launched VW into stardom.

From the late 1940s to now, VW has steadily grown into a giant, slowly acquiring more and more brands as it went. If you were to look at VW Group's portfolio, you'd find subsidiaries such as Audi AG, Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A, Bentley Motors, Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S, Porsche AG and a whole plethora of other heavy hitters. If you're driving a European car, there's a reasonable chance that it has some VW DNA in it.

Genuine Volkswagen Parts and More

 

This company has come a long way since its air-cooled Beetle. The cars and engines they produce now require meticulous maintenance, much like any other modern car. Because of that, it's imperative that you use quality parts.

There are three options on the table as far as we're concerned. You've got your genuine parts, OEM Volkswagen parts, and quality aftermarket parts. We offer the largest catalog of products that includes all three of these options.

Genuine Volkswagen Parts

What better way to maintain your vehicle than to use parts and Volkswagen accessories built and inspected by VW themselves? Going with genuine parts is the best course of action in 99.9% of the cases. When you buy a genuine part, you are buying the same type of quality and durability that was originally offered by the manufacturer.

Depending on the part itself, some are built by VW themselves while some are built by carefully selected OEM manufacturers. If you're replacing a critical part such as an axle assembly, it might be best to stick to genuine VW parts. In addition to the overall quality you're getting for the money, these parts also feature a rather extensive warranty. In other words, you can rest assured that your vehicle is covered no matter what.

The OEM Volkswagen Parts Category

 

Once we dip into the OEM territory, you'll find that some prices are actually cheaper than in the genuine segment. Does that mean that these VW parts are of lower quality? Not at all! OEM parts are still made by VW specs and need to meet this company's strict quality control regulations.

In some cases, OEM and genuine production lines are inside the same factory. The main difference between these is the lack of VW logo on the products as well as the lack of that VW warranty. However, because of this and the fact that they bring a different kind of warranty, OEM VW parts are often cheaper.

If you're doing work on your own vehicle and you cut down on the maintenance costs just by switching to OEM. At the end of the day, you're still looking at high-quality parts that are well within the vehicle manufacturer's specifications.

Aftermarket Parts and Volkswagen Accessories

 

Stepping into the aftermarket world can be daunting for some. This is the ultimate unknown territory of automotive maintenance and repairs. However, if you stick to proven brands and you don't stray too far off the beaten path, your Jetta or Golf will absolutely benefit from your decision to go aftermarket.

Unlike genuine Volkswagen and OEM, aftermarket parts aren't regulated by the car manufacturer. Instead, 3rd party brands are taking the lead and building products as they see fit. Needless to say, this can swing both ways. The aftermarket parts that we offer have been vetted and come from proven and trusted brands. Right off the bat, we can name three segments where you can greatly benefit from going aftermarket.

Koni Suspension for your Turbocharged Passat or Audi

 

Koni is one of the largest household names in the automotive industry when it comes to aftermarket suspension. This Dutch brand has been making next-level shock absorbers and other suspension components for over half a century. Koni allows you to improve the handling of your car with plug and play shocks, springs, and coilovers. Installing Koni Sport shocks on your Passat will turn that car from a soft sedan into a capable vehicle you can rely on in the corners.

Motul Oil for a Reliable, Smooth Ride

 

Choosing the right oil for your car can mean the difference between reliable performance and premature damage. Going with Motul is the best way to ensure that your VW Group car is taken care of. Motul offers its 8100 series of fully synthetic oils that not only meet but exceed VW's specs. Using something like Motul 8100 X-Clean 5W-40 in VW will improve your fuel economy and introduce better lubrication to key engine systems.

Stop on a Dime with Brembo

 

Going fast is fun but being able to stop quickly is imperative. If you're looking for better brakes, Brembo is definitely a brand you can trust. Their NAO pads offer a tangible boost in braking power and heat management.

You can go a step further and get a complete set with rotors included. While you're working on your brakes, you might as well add their advanced DOT 5.1 brake fluid that offers high boiling point and improved viscosity. Designed to work with modern ABS systems, Brembo's DOT 5.1 brake fluid allows for improved ABS response in emergency situations.

Finding the Rights parts for your VW

 

Our parts shop offers one of the largest catalogs of spares, various Volkswagen accessories and other products for your Volkswagen. To find what you're looking for, simply input your vehicle's details into our navigation tool and it will show you a list of everything that matches your car's make, model and year. Alternatively, you can get in touch with our customer service via email and they will clear up whatever questions you might have about Volkswagen parts and accessories.

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