The Volkswagen Group, or VW as it is popularly known as, is one of the foremost names in the industry. Having found success over 50 years ago, the group continues to deliver fantastic, well-engineered cars across all segments, from small hatchbacks to hypercars, including the fastest production car in the world – the Bugatti Veyron Supersport. Volkswagen, apart from having their own car lines, also wholly own or hold controlling stake in several global brands including Audi, Bentley, Bugatti, Ducati, Lamborghini, Porsche, Seat and Skoda. This brings a rather useful blend of flexibility in platforms and badge-engineering as well as a wide array of common car parts across models and even makes to their disposal.
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Of course, the main reason for their global sales success lies in their sheer engineering prowess. When compared to most Japanese cars, the Germans have always been considered rather tank-like; the car feels heavier and better built and the doors shut with a reassuring thud that hasn't quite been noticed on many other cars. And there lies their secret. Their attention to detail, engineering technology and refinement allow their cars to withstand a lot of punishment with reduced impact that many other cars would find hard to digest. Reliability, then, is their key to success.
Volkswagen's engine range includes some interesting designs from the TSI and TDI range of petrol and diesel motors. The TSI or Twin charged motor is a combination of turbocharging, supercharging and direct injection which results in maximum power and drivability with minimum environmental impact. This move has also allowed downsizing to a great extent, with a 1.4L TSI engine delivering as much power as older 2.0L engines and the 1.8L and 2.0L TSI engines delivering as much power as former V6 engines without as much burden of their fuel economy.
Some members of our nationwide network of dismantlers specialise in used and refurbished Volkswagen engines as well as new and second hand VW gearboxes, request a free quote by entering your car registration or vehicle details at the top of this page.
The Volkswagen range spans almost every segment. With the super compact VW Fox and compact hatchback the VW Polo, they have the lower end of the price spectrum covered. Then there's the evergreen Golf in hatchback, estate and convertible forms as well as popular hotted up GTI and GTD versions. The stylish Scirocco was a pleasant recent addition to the lineup and the iconic VW Beetle completes the line up of compact cars. The Eos convertible hasn't seen too many numbers but continues to be a part of the VW family for those who wish to obtain one. The Jetta and the Passat sedan, as well as its estate and all track versions are also recognized as some of the finest automobiles you can buy for the price ranges they are offered in. The Tiguan crossover and Touareg SUV are the credible multi purpose options on offer, while their flagship is the Phaeton luxury saloon. Almost every model in their line-up is offered across the globe as a Volkswagen or a badge-engineered equivalent.
Searching Breakeryard’s UK network of car dismantlers and scrap yards is very straight forward. Just fill your vehicle registration or the details of your car at the very top of this page or our easy to use part finder and get quotes from breakers holding your part ready to ship within 24 hours. The breakers are effectively quoting you blind, not knowing what others are quoting for the same price. In order to secure the business, they will try to offer the most attractive price including shipping cost this driving the cost of the part down to where it really should be.
All parts quoted by our breakers and scrap yards area available for shipping within 24 hours or next working day. The method and therefore the cost of shipping vary greatly between parts but will be included in the price quoted. Smaller parts such as wing mirrors or head lights can be safely posted with Royal Mail while larger or very heavy items will require specialist delivery.
Car parts can be delivered to your home or directly to your local garage or mechanic, this is particularly recommended for heavy and bulky items such as engines. Shipping and delivery details can be agreed directly with the breaker to best suit your requirements.
For more info on the latest cars, technical specifications please visit the VW’s official Website.