Land Rover is such a popular vehicle, it is inevitable that
people will eventually need Land Rover parts. If you search
the internet for this term, you will come up with over sixty
million hits. There are countless websites—many of which are
a variation on the Land Rover name—that offer these parts.
They can also be obtained off line through a dealership or a
mechanic. As with any car part, you may have to wait a few
days to get it.
following is a list of online sites that offer various Land
Rover parts to suit your needs:
Wholesale Land Parts
Motor Cars Ltd.
This is certainly not an exhaustive list, but it can help to
get you started.
Cars, Ltd. Website specializes in Jaguar, Mini Cooper, and
Land Rover parts. To find the parts you are looking for,
simply head over to the website, then choose your car and
the year. Next, you choose the category your parts would
fall into. For example, you can choose brakes, engine,
electrical, rear end, lubricants, and transmission, among
about ten or fifteen other selections. Once you choose the
correct category, a list will come up of all the currently
available items in that category. If the specific part you
are looking for does not show up, you can try another
category. If that still does not work, there is a live
support line on the site where you can get immediate help
from a representative. However, if that list does show up,
you can just click on the part you are looking for, and you
can go straight into the checkout process.
to find inexpensive Land Rover parts is to go to a junkyard.
Sometimes, you can go in and pick through the cars they have
available. Other times, you will tell the salesperson at the
central location of the junkyard what you are looking for,
and he or she will go out into the storage area and collect
what you need. One thing to be cautious of if you are going
to choose this route is the quality of the part. Many times,
a junkyard will have a specific guarantee or policy
regarding the working condition of any parts you purchase
there. If the junkyard you go to does not have such a policy
posted, you should find out what it is before laying down
your cash. This is definitely a case of “buyer