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Stellantis’ Eurorepar enters the local spare parts market

7th September 2023

By: Irma Venter

Creamer Media Senior Deputy Editor

     

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Vehicle manufacturer Stellantis has announced the launch of Eurorepar into the South African automotive spare parts industry. 

Eurorepar was founded in 2004 by Peugeot Citroën, now a member of the multinational Stellantis group. 

Eurorepar is a multibrand parts and accessories range for the repair and maintenance of vehicles, especially those that are three years or older.

Eurorepar has a network that stretches across 40 countries, offering more than 15 000 part numbers. 

“Stellantis remains committed to providing high-quality automotive parts, and as a testament to our trust in Eurorepar's quality, we are providing a standard two-year warranty on all parts,” notes Stellantis.

“This warranty, backed by Stellantis, will extend another layer of trust and assurance to all our customers in South Africa.”

"Our vision is crystal clear –  to grow Eurorepar in South Africa into the largest supplier of automotive spare parts for all vehicle makes," adds Jonathan Snow, project leader for the development of the South African business. 

 

Edited by Creamer Media Reporter

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