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Otto Car Parts was established in 1995 as a specialist retailer of German Car Parts. Starting from a small shop in Ranelagh, Dublin city we now operate four distribution hubs in Dublin, Cork and Galway. Over the years we have greatly expanded our product range and stock cover to include parts for VW, Audi, Seat, Skoda, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Opel, Porsche, Volvo, Saab, and Land Rover. More recently we have introduced parts cover for Peugeot, Citroen, Renault, Fiat and Ford. In fact we now offer parts for all European marques from each of our locations in Dublin, Cork and Galway.
Our philosophy has always been to offer you the highest quality parts at a very competitive price. To make this a reality we deal directly with Europes leading original equipment and aftermarket manufacturers and suppliers. Companies such as ATE, Hengst, Bilstein, Febi, Sachs, Boge, Pierburg, VDO, ZF, GKN and many more have chosen to work with us because of our commitment to quality. All our parts are sourced within the EU and meet or exceed EU safety standards, giving you the end customer access to the very best quality suppliers.
Within the domestic motor trade in Ireland OTTO has created an enviable reputation as a supplier of only the highest quality OEM parts, competitively priced and a vast stock to back this up. We are the foundation that many independent specialists choose to build their business upon and pride ourselves in our ability to stay one step ahead of demand in the service and repair environment.
Over the years our business has grown in all the important areas and to cater for all of our loyal customers and those engaged by our good reputation we have a fully functioning web-shop catering for all your parts needs. Irish and UK customers can simply type their car’s registration into our web-shop configurator and we will select the entire catalogue of parts we stock for your car. Fast order processing with same-day despatch in most cases will see you back on the road as fast as possible. How easy can it get?