Suzuki GB has cut the cost of its OE accident repair car parts by 15%.
The car brand implemented the price cut this month to encourage the use of OE parts by bodyshops and to make the pricing competitive for vehicle damage estimates.
The categories which quality for the revised charges include headlamp and mirror assemblies, passenger airbag modules and rear bumpers.
Suzuki said OE parts are available for the full range of its models dating back to the 1990s.
"The latest reduction further quashes the common perception by insurers that using independently sourced parts are cheaper than those which are genuine when assessing vehicles for repair.
"With even more attractive pricing, it is important that manufacturer-approved components are turned to as a priority when estimating repairs. This could make all the difference between keeping a car on the road and writing it off," said Wayne Dye, Suzuki GB's general manager of parts and accessories.