Save Money on Citroen Spares
When you need to repair your car you can save time and money by finding Citroen parts through Breakeryard.com. We have a nationwide network of independent car breakers who stock high-quality Citroen spares at affordable, low prices. Breakeryard.com can help you to find new, reconditioned and used Citroen car parts to get your Citroen back on the road as soon as possible.
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Discount used Citroen parts
Our online warehouse is currently stocking guaranteed discount Citroen used spare parts including engines with amazing discounts. We seek to save you up to 85% off the main dealer prices. We also have the largest network of Citroen car breakers, which means we can always provide you with the Citroen discount part you're looking for at the best price. You will not find any other Citroen supplier cheaper than us in the UK! We are the official site for the best breakers yards and auto recycling outlets.
Engines and gearboxes
Part delivery information and times
To make sure you receive the requested part, the suppliers in our network make use of specialist delivery vans, ensuring the parts are with you on the delivery date agreed at the point of purchase. A next working day dispatch service is available; please check when you place your order. Some of our suppliers deliver parts worldwide and have a fast international delivery service. Delivery prices may vary for international destinations.
Used Citroen car parts directly from the UK scrap yards and professional car dismantlers. Use our part finder to get quotes directly from the UK's biggest breakers network.
For more helpful information, please visit the Citroen website.
History of Citroen cars
Founded in 1919 by French industrialist André-Gustave Citroën, Citroën was the first car company to introduce mass-production methods outside the USA. It is this reputation for innovation and revolutionary engineering that has earned Citroën a strong following and inspired its ‘Créative Technologie’ slogan. Now part of the PSA Peugeot Citroën group, the company has previously been recognised as Europe’s largest car manufacturer and has received national and international level recognition. This includes three European Car of the Year awards. After the Second World War, Citroen increased their production considerably. In 1970, they reached a target car production of almost three-quarters of a million vehicles manufactured in a year. By 1999 they broke the one million, in a year mark. Citroen now has manufacturing plants all over the world including Spain, France, Brazil and the Czech Republic. This just endorses the ever growing need for Citroen parts, with many cars now on the UK roads.