Welcome to Our Parts Center

Like you, we think that your Mazda deserves nothing but the best. Therefore, we only carry the best parts to fix it when it needs repairs. When you come into our service center for an appointment, your car will leave with Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) components.

OEM parts are one of two options you can get for car repairs. The other is called aftermarket parts, which is a cheaper alternative. While some people are tempted by the lower price, you have to look beyond price to see the value you're really getting. Fortunately, we can order any OEM part you need, whether it's a headlight, fender, or a major mechanical part like an engine or fuel pump.

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What are the Benefits of OEM Parts vs Aftermarket Parts?

Tried and True Quality

One of the main areas in which OEM and aftermarket parts differ is quality. OEM parts are made by the same manufacturer that produces your car. The company simply makes extra parts that are suitable replacements if the original parts break. These OEM parts are a mirror image of the original part that broke. They are carefully made from the highest quality parts possible to ensure that they last and that your car works as it's supposed to.

After they're made, OEM parts are tested on a specific model and trim level to ensure that they work and fit exactly as designed. They typically cost more than aftermarket parts, but the additional cost is well worth the expense if you want your car to last a long time. Unlike OEM parts, aftermarket parts are not held to a certain level of quality. Quite often they are made by third-party manufacturers. There is no assurance that they will fit correctly once installed in your car. You might end up with a part that works just fine, but you might also end up with a part that has to be replaced just weeks later.

Warranty and Support

OEM Brakes and Parts

Since OEM parts are built to higher level of standard, they are also usually backed by an industry warranty. The industry standard for OEM components is typically a one-year warranty. In many instances, the warranty is reciprocal. Additionally, the engineers who make OEM parts stand by their work. It's easy to get in touch with them if you have questions later on about the part that was installed in your Mazda, or if for some reason the part needs to be replaced. In contrast, there is no standard warranty available for aftermarket parts. If you're lucky, you'll have the part installed by a sympathetic local mechanic who might provide a warranty for a short period of time. But most often, once the part is installed it's a done deal.

Proper Fit and Ease of Replacement

Easy Brake Installations

A major advantage of OEM parts is that because they're built to spec, they will fit your car just like the original part did. They are flexible in the sense that if they need to be replaced down the road, it's quite easy for our service techs to simply call and place an order. In contrast, working with aftermarket parts is quite challenging. An ill-fitting part can be a great source of aggravation for a mechanic, which doesn't bode well for your repair bill!



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