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Jaguar Land Rover launches new trade parts website

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) genuine parts

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has launched a new trade parts website to make franchised retailers’ stock more accessible to independents.

The newly-launched platform details the locations and stock of each of its 55 nationwide JLR franchised trade parts stockists, offering a range of JLR parts, classic parts and remanufactured parts covered by a two-year/unlimited mileage warranty via same- or next-day delivery.

Garages and mobile mechanics wishing to join the Trade Parts Programme can apply to be part of the Trade Parts Programme at

A statement issued by JLR, announcing the launch of the new platform, said that the site provides an easy application process and digital brochures listing the parts available by model.

It described its new genuine parts as being manufactured to “uncompromising standards, crafted from original plans and made with the same tools and equipment that build the vehicles”.

JLR Remanufactured parts are still 100% Jaguar and Land Rover but use 80% less energy and avoid using raw materials, it said.

Commenting on its classic parts range, the statement added: “Classic Genuine Parts are not mere reproductions. They are accurate recreations of the originals, engineered by passionate craftsmen who create parts to precise technical specifications and tolerances.

“State-of-the-art technology, original drawing and tooling, ensure Classic parts provide perfect fit every time, along with the same two-year warranty.”

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