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Audi Salvage: We are the UKs leading used Audi Parts Finder. We have 1000s of Audi car spares available and are able to locate the part youre looking for. Our Online database shows our members are stocking fully guaranteed used Audi spare parts with huge discounts of up to 80% off main Audi dealer prices. We also have the largest UK network of Audi car breakers, which means we can always provide you with discount parts at the best possible price. Youll not find any other Audi supplier cheaper than us in the UK! We are the official website for up to 150 UK vehicle dismantlers, salvage yards and Auto Recycling Outlets.
Our parts enquiry system allows you to ask technical questions of our highly knowledgeable breakers - you can even exchange pictures of the parts as well. If you have a question that stumps even our specialists why not look at like minded Audi enthusiasts' guides at the Audi Forum
Audi Spares Suppliers' Delivery Times:
UK Delivery is normally the next day for most spares, however larger/heavier parts such as engines and gearboxes can take longer. All Used Audi Parts stocked through our network are 100% guaranteed. We have a whole range of engines, Engine Parts, gearboxes and many other New Parts to satisfy your requirements. An Audi scrap yard can provide the genuine salvage parts that you need: Why not recycle original parts and save money? If the part has come from a genuine Audi then it will be an original part and not a copy.
Audi, a Quality Brand:
Audi didn't always have the brand prominence that it does now. The Audi brand dates back to 1910 when the first model was delivered under the direction of the companys originator August Horch. Horch derives from the German for Listen and the name Audi was chosen since it is Latin for Listen. Audi sounds better than Horch, nicht wahr?
Audi was part of the Auto Union when it first used the four overlapping circles emblematic of todays Audi cars. The Audi name was reborn in 1965 under the ownership of Volkswagen who had acquired the Auto Union trademark.
The first Audi from VW was an F103 four stroke [derived from the DKW F102 which had a two stroke engine]. The makeover of the Audi brand continued with a distinct, new model - the Audi 100 - which was launched in 1968. It made Audi a distinct brand name for the first time in the modern era. The next brand enhancement came with the now classic Audi Quattro of 1980 - it was turbocharged and had four wheel drive.
In the 1990s Audi moved up market to compete with other German and European luxury cars. With developments like 100% galvanised body shells, aluminium space frames, direct shift gearboxes, etc, Audi has continued to be associated with leadership in motor engineering. No wonder that Audi's corporate slogan is "Vorsprung durch Technik" [Progress through Technology].
This progress through technology comes at a price - it is not cheap. We can find cheap replacement parts from vehicles being dismantled, saving you money!