Skip navigation
Skip navigation
You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser. is warning that finding new car parts could be more difficult in 2009 as the economic downturn claimed a number of high-profile names in the car parts market.

A series of car parts manufacturers and suppliers have announced closures and job cuts this January due to the current economic downturn, with major suppliers of parts to BMW, Mercedes, Ford, General Motors, Volkswagen, Volvo, Nissan and Toyota all cutting down on production for the coming year.

The cuts add to those already in the car parts industry, with manufacturers such as Honda, Land Rover and Jaguar also heavily affected by the downturn.

The cuts have largely come in response to the huge drop in vehicle sales and production over the past 12 months leading to concerns that the availability of spare car parts could be severely reduced as a result – prolonging the time that motorists see their cars taken off the road whilst waiting for repairs.

Although the demand for new parts appears to be drying up, has experienced unprecedented demand for high quality, guaranteed used parts as motorists look for a quick and cost effective means of keeping their vehicles maintained. has a supply of more than 2 million car parts in stock at breakers and salvage yards from across the UK, ensuring a constant supply of parts for all makes of vehicle. By connecting motorists with parts suppliers’ country wide, we can ensure that they find the right part at the right price.

All car parts supplied through are guaranteed and can be delivered to any UK mainland location within 24 hours of ordering.

With a simple to use ordering system that finds the best possible price for your parts within minutes, there’s no reason to wait until your dealer can get expensive parts in stock.

To get cheap, guaranteed car parts delivered to your door fast, visit

This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of SEPR in the following categories: Motoring, Manufacturing, Engineering & Energy, for more information visit