Buying Tips If You’re Looking For Japanese Replacement Car Parts

    Written by Margaret. Posted in Cusco roll cage, Evo 9 parts, Subaru aftermarket

    More than 79 million cars were sold worldwide in 2017 and that number seems to be growing. More than 81 million cars are expected to be produced by the end of 2018.

    It’s a safe bet that many of those cars sold will be Japanese. In June 2018 alone, about 60,000 Subaru vehicles were sold in the United States.

    Japanese cars and car parts have proven to be popular in America. In 2016, Honda produced two of the two selling cars in the U.S., the Accord and the Civic. In 2016, the top three important categories to the U.S. from Japan were vehicles ($50 billion), machinery ($29 billion) and electrical machinery ($1.6 billion). So if you own a Scion TC for example and are looking for Scion TC performance parts, chances are good you can find them.

    Overall, there are many benefits of Japanese cars including:

    • Reliability: Japanese cars from trusted brands like Honda, Mitsubishi and Toyota are known for being some of the most reliable cars in the world. With

    The Automotive Aftermarket Import Performance Parts

    Written by Margaret. Posted in Cusco roll cage, Mitsubishi aftermarket parts, Subaru body kits

    Start your engines! Ask anyone who drives a car and you will hear the the same thing: the buying doesn’t stop when you drive out of the lot. In fact, in 2017, the automotive aftermarket in the U.S. was an industry worth $287 billion.

    Through 2020, the projected compound annual growth rate of the automotive aftermarket is 3.6%. Whether you have purchased a brand new vehicle or a used one, there’s always something new and exciting available to make your car even better than the day you purchased it.

    These aftermarket parts can be categorized in two different groups. The first group is accessories. The second group consists of performance parts, and sometimes these are import performance parts. Customers have the choice of having their vehicles serviced, or of doing it themselves. Let’s have a look at what items make up these two categories.

    Accessories are items that are made to be added on after the sale of the original vehicle. These accessories can be designed for cu