When something goes wrong with your vehicle, this is always a bad situation and may take a long time to resolve. In addition, you do not seem to want to spend too much money on this problem, so naturally you can go to the auto parts store on the corner rather than a real dealership to fix it. Well, have these auto parts stores ever told you that they are likely to use replacement parts rather than original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts? Our dealership would like to introduce you to the dangers associated with choosing Aftermarket parts instead of your original parts.
The quality of spare parts is not guaranteed, since they were not manufactured by an existing automobile company.
The choice of spare parts is too large, and if your salon chooses the wrong one, your car may not work correctly.
There is very little chance that spare parts will fit and function properly compared to factory parts.
Lower cost, but also in most cases lower quality.
Genuine OEM parts:
• • Original spare parts are made specifically for your car.
• Dealers will always have updated parts, as they are usually the first to know when the parts are updated.
• Parts are most likely to come with a warranty, and this is usually a fairly long warranty period.
• The price is higher, but the quality is also higher, and you are less likely to encounter another problem in the near future.
Our dealership has an extensive parts department with highly qualified parts specialists. Their main focus in the parts department is to make sure your vehicle is running and in top notch condition for years to come. Don’t hesitate to contact our knowledgeable parts department so we can get you the best deal on your OEM parts.
As you may know, there are basically two types of wheels for a new car: OEM refers to the manufacturer of the original equipment and simply indicates that these are the wheels that the manufacturer installed on your car when the car was assembled at the factory. If you buy a new car, then in 99% of cases it will come with original wheels, unless you have agreed with the dealer to add a rim in the secondary market. This makes it easy to know, of course, you will receive OEM wheels on your car if you buy it completely new. But if you buy a used car, how do you know if you get OEM rims or spare wheels, and should this affect your buying decision?
If you are buying a used car, it is very important to know if it has original OEM disks (and their condition) or if the owner or former owners changed them to additional disks. There are many reasons why you would like to know this:
1. Aftermarket wheels are often of much lower quality, offering lower performance and may even pose a safety risk if they are poorly manufactured. In our experience, most aftermarket wheels are poorly made to save money and maximize profit for aftermarket wheel dealers. 2. Aftermarket wheels are often cheaper. There are some aftermarket discs that are high quality and actually high quality, but they are not numerous. In addition, if the car you buy has wheels that are more expensive than OEM rims, the seller will tell you to try to get more money from you. You want to know if they are aftermarket wheels because this may be the reason to offer less for the car, or consider not buying it at all.