Our virtual Audi breakers yard stocks large volumes of Audi spares covering all models such as A3, A4, A5, Q7 from 1990 to present day.
These quality Audi parts are carefully sourced from insurance companies, Audi salvage or end life vehicles ensuring full functional Audi used parts are not scrapped for no reason.
PartsGateway is home for most UK Audi breakers. All Audi dismantlers are ELV approved and work to the best practices in disposing of end of life vehicles. We work with Audi scrap yards of all shapes and sizes. From small family owned Audi breakers to multi site professional Audi salvage agents, quality of service is what counts. All sellers of used Audi used parts adhere to our best practices and privacy policies.
PartsGateway has helped Audi owners from all corners of the globe access cheap Audi spares. Our Audi parts network has extensive knowledge of dispatching car parts of all sizes. From simple take off items boxed and dispatched via Royal Mail to larger pallet items such as engines or gearboxes via Palletways, no country or used Audi part is a problem. Most sellers will also give you the option of receiving your order at home, work or a local garage.
Just because the Audi spares are used, it does not mean you are not covered in the event a faulty occurs. In fact our network of Audi Breakers offer warranties longer than other Audi part finders with a minimum of 30 days but many offer a whopping 12 months ensuring total peace of mind.
In the event you have changed your mind and no longer want the used Audi spare you ordered, you can of course return it within 14 days of purchasing. Some sellers even give you 30 days!
The Volkswagen group owns Audi. This link has undoubtedly worked in Audi’s favour as they’ve expanded around the globe. Audi’s are currently manufactured in nine different plants around the world, with all manufacturing being coordinated from their headquarters in Ingolstadt, Bavaria, Germany. Along with Mercedes and BMW, Audi complete the German big 3 luxury carmakers.
Audi has been successful in many areas. Even the marketing department picked up on it when they used their advertising to market just how many patents a single model has. Perhaps one of its biggest single successes was the introduction of its own four-wheel drive system, which is known as Quattro. The release of this in 1980 saw a era of success in rallies and touring car events globally.