Hyundai Spares gives you access to a large network of Hyundai scrap yards to help you find a Hyundai Atos stripping for spares. Making a part request from our website, instantly sends an email to all the listed suppliers. Whether you looking for a Hyundai Atos engine for sale or just a few nuts and bolts, we will make you part search quick and painless!
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Recent Hyundai Atos Part Enquiries
I require tha AC pully ond coil assy or complet compressor
ATOS Prime GLS 1.1
Looking for an Automatic gearbox complete?
We need a complete new engen for hyundai atos
Aircon pump (compressor)
Jonathan Du toit
1.1 gls atos
Looking for good clutch kit or loose clutch plate and pressure plate
Atos sedan (closed Top)
Hello I Am Looking For A Auto Gear box Complete For This car
Hyundai Atos Prime
Looking for front bumper, left front headlight with indicator , left front fender with indicator, rear fender, mudflaps - silver if possible
I am looking for Hyudai atos part. Drive side electrical window machinicam and motor.
The first Hyundai Atos model came to the market in 1997. Featuring a 999cc engine, the model’s top speed is 88 mph or 142 km/h. The model was succeeded by a facelift version by the year 2000 and another one in 2003. This model was however discontinued in Europe in favour of the i10 model that was assembled in India. Read reviews here.
New Atos parts can be costly
New parts don’t come on the cheap. These OEM (original equipment manufacturer) parts can be quite expensive and may not even be available sometimes. You may need to make an order and wait for them to be shipped.
On the other hand, used Hyundai spares cost a lot less and are readily available at Scrap Yards in South Africa. Although the price of these used pats can vary a lot depending on factors such as demand, rarity, dealer and condition, you can be sure to find parts for a lot less than new at Scrap Yards.
And just the fact that they are used does not in any way mean that they are not in good working condition. Most of the time, you will get a properly working and perfectly clean used auto part because sometimes even brand new cars right from the showroom get accident and there will always be some perfectly new parts that can be salvaged.
Important tips for choosing a Hyundai Scrap Yard
You want to be sure that the auto part you buy will work for a long time. This is why it’s important that the scrap yard gives you a quality assurance. They must guarantee that in case the part is defective or faulty, it will be replaced or refunded. This way, you can be sure that your investment does not go to waste.
Another critical factor to help you decide on a scrap yard is variety. Is the scrap yard just dealing in a car parts for a few models or many different ones? A good scrap yard will stock parts from majority of car models. This shows you that they are in the business seriously. If they just stock parts for a handful of models, you may want to move on to another scrap yard.
It’s important to ensure that the company you are dealing with has a good standing among people who have dealt with it. Check the internet for reviews to see what its clients are saying about it. If there are too many complaints and negative reviews from customers, it’s certainly not a company to work with.
Ascertain that their prices are competitive
The main reason you go for used auto parts is because you want to save. This is why it’s important that you get the best deal possible. Ask for the price of a specific part and then call agents to give you a quote for a new one. This is the only way to be sure that you are getting a deal.
Want a used Hyundai Atos Part? We Have It!
At Hyundai Spares, we stock all manner of used Hyundai Atos spares to meet the needs of every client. Whether you want headlamps, clutch kits, alternators, radiators, fenders, aircon, camshafts or pumps, you can be sure to find it in our yard for a fraction of the price of a new one. We are the No.1 dealer of used Hyundai parts in South Africa. Just give us a call today and you won’t be disappointed.