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We are a favourite amongst owners when it comes to searching for their new or used Renault spares and parts. Whether the part you need is readily available, or very rare, our experienced network of specialised Renault breakers and parts suppliers will be able to let you know all your options. Within minutes you will know who has it in stock, who can get it, how much the different specialists cost, and any advice or information you may have also requested. You can also read independent reviews of each Renault breaker or parts supplier, so you know instantly what sort of experience fellow Renault owners have had with each one.

If you use a Renault main dealer for all your servicing and repairs then you will be paying a premium for parts and labour. Using parts sourced by PartsGateway can save you lots of money. Our network of Renault breakers and parts suppliers are passionate about saving you money, and we’re sure you’ll agree, the money is better in your pocket than the dealers bank account.

A Range Of Experience

Since Renault started producing vehicles in 1898, they have built a wide variety of different vehicles. Most of us are more than familiar with their range of cars, and their light commercial vehicles, but did you know that Renault also used to make tanks and tractors. Not many people are aware they also own a 43% stake in fellow automaker Nissan, as well as owning a 1.5% stake in Daimler, and 25% of Russian automaker AvtoVAZ.

Investing In The Future

Owning such a big stake in Nissan has led to the two automakers working together on many projects. All the projects they carry out together come under the banner of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, which is the fourth largest automotive group in the world. There biggest current area of investment is in electric vehicles, where between them they have pumped more than £3 Billion into research and development.