USED SPARE PARTS
RIGHT NOW 126.521 AVAILABLE PARTS
USED SPARE PARTS
RIGHT NOW 126.521 AVAILABLE PARTS
The largest selection of spare parts in Europe
Free and quick delivery
Full return policy
With Autoparts24, you can choose the delivery type that is perfect for you. Delivery to the nearest Access Point is always included in the price when you buy from our shop. If you want your part sent directly to your address, you can choose this – using either Standard or Express delivery.
If time is of the essence – and when you want your part delivered quickly to your address. Best when you want your second-hand part sent directly to your address and when you need a very speedy delivery. Choosing express delivery gets your second-hand part to you within 1-2 business days.
If you want the item delivered to your address. Best when you want your part sent directly to your address. Choosing standard delivery gets your part to you within 3-5 business days.
With warehouses all across Europe and customers all over the world, we have to deal with huge demand for an efficient, secure and reliable distribution network. We therefore use recognised international distributors, such as DHL, UPS and Schenker, to ensure that all shipments are of a high international quality standard. These three delivery options make our delivery performance more reliable and fulfil our customers’ wish to be able to choose the delivery type that suits them best.
The prices shown are including VAT and freight costs to England.
The chance to buy second-hand parts is often overlooked. Sometimes out of ignorance. Other times, out of fear that second-hand parts do not last as long as new ones. However, you can save a lot of money by choosing second-hand instead of new. The prices for second-hand parts are significantly lower and, if you buy second-hand parts from us, you will get the same warranty as you get on new parts.
It can quickly become expensive when your Mercedes-Benz needs a repair. Although Mercedes has the lowest price level for parts in proportion to the new price of the car, it is much more fun to spend the money on something else instead.
But if you choose second-hand parts for your Mercedes-Benz instead of new ones, you can save money. It gives you more money to spend on fun things. At the same time, you are still getting a full warranty on your parts.
Second-hand parts are parts that were previously installed on a car that has been scrapped. Although the car ended up at the car breaker, parts of it may well be in perfect working order.
For instance, parts that are newer than the car. In other words, parts that were changed during the car’s lifetime. It could also be parts from a car totalled in an accident. For instance, if a car is hit from behind, many parts in the front end are often undamaged.
Before the car is scrapped, all the reusable parts are dismantled. They undergo a thorough quality check and, in some cases, minor refurbishment. Afterwards, they are ready to be reused in another car.
Although the parts are second-hand, the durability is good. So good that we cover all the auto parts that you buy from us with a full warranty. This means that you don’t need to worry about the durability.
We work together with a number of carefully selected car breakers in Denmark and Europe. They are experts in telling whether an auto part is in sufficiently good working condition to be reused. The quality is therefore always the best when you buy second-hand parts.
We have more than 3 million second-hand parts in our database, gathered from all our business partners. You can therefore rest assured that you will find exactly the part you need. So you do not have to look in more than one place.
With our smart search function, we have made it child’s play to find the correct parts for your Mercedes. All you need to do is enter your car license plate or choose the make, model and year of the car if it has not yet been registered or if you have forgotten the registration number.
We then make sure that all the parts you can choose from fit your car. This way, you will not end up in the middle of a repair job with a part that does not fit.
The car brand Mercedes-Benz belongs to the German corporation Daimler AG. It was formed from the merger of Karl Benz’s and Gottlieb Daimler’s companies back in 1926. However, the history of Mercedes actually goes all the way back to 1886. That was when Karl Benz made the first car with an internal combustion engine.
The name Mercedes derives from a car model manufactured by Daimler at the very beginning of the 20th century. It was named after Emil Jellinek’s daughter. Jellinek was the engineer of the first model, which was also given the name Mercedes in 1901. The name stuck and has since become the name of the car brand itself, as we know it today.
Over time, the company came up with a wide range of exciting inventions, and soon everybody in the car business was using them. In fact, many of them are still used today, such as:
Mercedes mainly manufactures luxury cars. The target group is typically business people, CEOs and wealthy people choosing a stylish design and a comfortable cabin, as well as a good quality car that is reliable and makes it bearable to drive many miles every year.
This description fits well with Mercedes-Benz. A new survey has found the car brand to be among the four most reliable brands. Another survey for Reuters showed that Mercedes has the lowest number of recalls among all car brands throughout history.
Another important characteristic is the design, which always takes pride of place at Mercedes. In 2016, for instance, the new Mercedes E-Class won the prestigious Red Dot Award for its innovative headlamp design.
Mercedes have been behind a wide – almost legendary – range of models since the beginning. They also have great success with many of their current models. Here is a quick overview of some of the model series that are currently in production:
Auto recycling is an easy way to actively help protect our environment, because the process of dismantling and preparing second-hand parts is significantly less of a strain on the environment than new production.
The production of new parts emits a large amount of CO2, associated with the extraction of material and the subsequent processing. A number of chemicals are also used in manufacturing.
Auto recycling involves far less processing, leading to a significant reduction in CO2 emissions. Also, recycling involves hardly any chemicals.
Save money next time your car needs repairs. When you buy second-hand parts, you will always get:
Try our search function now and find out how cheap you can get the parts that you need for your Mercedes.