Sydney, Australia -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/10/2014 -- Volvo cars are efficient, well built, and will last you a long time provided you keep it well maintained. They can easily outlast many of the other European brands, and the Japanese, American and South Korean makers - they simply have nothing on Volvo’s durability and safety. We know they last as everyday we are getting countless enquiries from customers with the Volvo 242, 244, 740, 760, 850 on top of more recent models. Most of these cars are 20-30 years old and some.
Volvo has never sold a large number of cars in Australia in any given year in comparison to other makers, but given their durability there’s still a large number of older cars on our streets today. And here in lies the problem. Companies such as Super Cheap Auto, Autobarn, Auto One, & Repco focus on the makes and models that they can get the best return on - Toyota, Subaru, Hyundai, Honda and so on. They don’t focus on European cars, particularly Volvo.
Given the age of some of the Volvo’s on our streets today, we are seeing many with their second and third owners. They’ve likely picked their cars up for a song and simply can’t justify paying Volvo dealer prices that can easily cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars each time something small fails
As a result, there are many websites selling Volvo car parts, at significant discounts from the local dealers prices. Buying from a secondary source also does not necessarily mean you will need to compromise on quality. You can get access to the same genuine Volvo parts you’ll be able to source from your dealer, but you will also get alternative brands at heavily discounted prices such as OEM parts or aftermarket parts.
OEM parts are made by the exact same manufacturers that Volvo uses for their genuine parts range. OEM brands to Volvo include likes of Bosch, Mann, Continental to name a few. Aftermarket parts have different gradings of quality, and can come from big name German brands backed by companies worth billions, to small unknown factories in rural China. You should always understand what the brand of your Volvo part is before you purchase it, and ensure that it matches your quality expectations and wallet.
While there are many websites selling Volvo car parts, at decent discounts from what you’d expect to pay the local dealer in Australia. These sites however are mostly located in the US or Europe and offer poor to no service to Australians, along with high shipping prices.
Voluto is a local Australian retailer of Volvo Parts, ready to help you maintain your Volvo. They see the majority of the sales from regular maintenance parts like Bosch fuel filters, Mann oil filters & air filters, Continental Belts and so on, so you’ll generally find these many of these items in stock in Sydney and ready for fast shipping to keep you happy and your car in good stead or back on the road if it’s been out of action. Secondary to that is auxiliary equipment such as brakes, suspension, ignition coils, that fail over time, and if out of stock in Australia can generally be imported in about a week at discounted prices. You can Voluto at http://www.voluto.com.au/
They try to include as much data as possible to help you locate the right part for your car, including detailed fitment guides. They also provide you with information about the part you are buying and tell you the background about the company that manufactures it. Voluto only stocks large trusted brands so you can buy confidently knowing that you won’t receive any less than the best, yet with reasonable prices that won’t make you wish you bought a Toyota - that would be terrible!
For more information, please visit: http://www.voluto.com.au/
Voluto Pty Ltd
Sydney, NSW Australia 2067