Save money on parts for Volvo
Using second-hand parts for Volvo, you can repair your car significantly more cheaply. By reusing parts from scrap cars, we obtain a lower price on auto parts for you. But not just that. You also get a full warranty on all parts purchased from us. This means that you save money, as well as being certain that you get parts that work.
It can quickly become expensive when the car needs a repair. Parts are far from cheap. And the car tends to break down at the worst possible moment. It’s always when you also need money for everything else.
But if you choose second-hand parts for your Volvo instead of brand new ones, you can save a lot of money.
Second-hand parts? How is that possible?
When a car has reached the end of its life, it ends up at a car breaker. However, although the car has been taken to the car breaker, some of the parts may well still work. For example, parts that were replaced shortly before scrapping,
or parts from a car totalled in an accident. Although the car is totalled, certain parts of it may well be undamaged.
The parts that can still be used are dismantled and prepared for reuse. This process costs far less than the production of new parts. This means that you can buy the parts at a far lower price than if you bought new ones.
Warranty on auto parts without any problems
But do second-hand parts last as long as new parts? This question makes many people choose new parts instead. However, you don’t need to worry about this, because we give a full warranty on all second-hand auto parts.
We can offer this service because we work together with a number of competent car breakers. Their experience means that they can tell the good parts from the bad. They know exactly which parts can be reused and which cannot.
The warranty is your assurance that you are getting parts that will cause you no problems.
Full right of return for incorrect purchases
At the same time, we also offer full right of return for your purchases. This means that you can get your money back for parts that you do not need after all. You may have bought a part that did not fit your car. You may also have bought parts for a bigger repair job, and not needed them all.
With free delivery to your address for all orders, there are no problems at all. And if it needs to be returned to our warehouse, it is easy to start a return case on our website.
Buy the right parts the first time
Although you have a full right of return, it can still be frustrating to order the wrong parts. It is annoying to have your Volvo dismantled, only to find out that the purchased part does not fit.
With our search function, you can easily avoid this kind of situation. You just enter the car registration number, and you will only be shown parts that fit your car. You can also choose to search by car make, model and year.
Find what you are looking for every time
When you search our database, you are searching among more than 3 million second-hand parts. You can therefore rest assured that you will find exactly the part you are looking for. This way, you do not have to spend time searching in several different places. We have gathered everything for you in one place.
Search for what you are looking for with text search or choose based on our clear categories. Below is an overview of some of the most popular categories:
- Steering systems
The history of Volvo goes all the way back to 1924. Here, the founders Assar Gabrielsson and Gustaf Larson started working on the first Volvo.
In 1927, the factory started to mass-produce cars. The first one was the convertible “ÖV 4”, followed by the closed version “PV 4” the following year. In the first two years, the factory produced almost 1000 cars.
Volvo Car Corporation – which builds Volvo cars – was part of Volvo Group until 1999. Among other things, Volvo Group also makes lorries and buses. In 1999, Volvo Car Corporation was acquired by the Ford Group, which was behind production until 2010.
After prolonged negotiations, Volvo Car Corporation was sold to the Chinese car manufacturer Geely Automobile in 2010.
Current Volvo models
Today, Volvo focuses mostly on larger-sized cars. They have no micro and mini cars and only one single model in the small mid-sized class. The other range consists of cars in the large and upper mid-sized class, as well as several SUVs.
Here is a list of some of the Volvo models that are still in production:
- Volvo V40: V40 is the smallest car in the Volvo range. It is available as a 5-door hatchback and belongs to the small mid-sized class. It is sold with a 4- or 5-cylinder petrol or diesel engine.
- Volvo S60 and V60: The manufacturer’s sedan (S60) and the estate car (V60) in the large mid-sized class. The S60 has been in production since 2000, while the V60 has been available since 2010. It is available with a petrol engine in 4-, 5- or 6-cylinder versions, as well as 5-cylinder diesel engine. The two models are also available in a Cross Country version with a higher undercarriage and four-wheel drive.
- Volvo XC60: The smallest SUV from Volvo is available with and without four-wheel drive. It is also available as a 4-cylinder petrol and diesel engine.
- Volvo S90 and V90: The new car in the luxury car class from Volvo was presented for the first time in 2016. It is available as a 4-door sedan (S90) and a 5-door estate car (V90). A Cross Country version of the V90 with four-wheel drive and a raised undercarriage is also available.
- Volvo XC90: The luxury SUV from Volvo, available since 2002. It comes with an 8-step automatic transmission and is available in several different engine versions. Among others, a 2.0 litre Drive-E hybrid-engine.
Save money on parts today.
With second-hand parts for your Volvo, you can easily save a lot of money on your next repair. As well as the price saving, you also always receive:
- Free delivery
- Full warranty
- Full right of return
- Easy search for parts for your Volvo engine
Try our search function, and save money on parts for your Volvo immediately.