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Should You Purchase OEM Mopar Parts or Non OEM Mopar Parts?

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Mopar, shorter term for Motor Parts, is the primary automobile parts manufacturer and auto-mechanic service provider of Chrysler Group LLC. When dealing with high end cars like Dodge one might prefer …

Mopar, shorter term for Motor Parts, is the primary automobile parts manufacturer and auto-mechanic service provider of Chrysler Group LLC. When dealing with high end cars like Dodge one might prefer opting for OEM parts because they last longer and you are assured that the product you are buying is engineered and built particularly to sustain the needs of your car.

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  • 1. Should You Purchase OEM Mopar Parts or NonOEM Mopar Parts?Mopar, shorter term for Motor Parts, is the primary automobile parts manufacturer and auto-mechanic service provider of Chrysler Group LLC. Mopar, which was first coined in 1920,showcases a line of mobile equipments exclusively engineered for Chrysler-built vehicles suchas Dodge, Plymouth and Chrysler itself. Mopar products are categorized according to usage andthe categories are aptly named Speed (for race cars), Muscle (for two-door, American Musclecars), Street (for every car type), and Trail (for off-road trucks). After purchasing Jeep fromAmerican Motor Company (AMC) in 1987, Mopar is also geared to produce equipments for theaforementioned brand. As far as quality is concerned, Mopar truly delivers. Despite not being anoriginal Chrysler division, Jeep has been given the same amount of attention other Chrysler carsget from Mopar. The vehicles currently supported by Mopar Jeep parts are Commander,Compass, Cherokee, Liberty, Patriot and the Wrangler series.Ensuring that your car is performing at its best is also a way of ensuring that you and yourpassengers are safe on the road. That is why cars, like humans, require regular maintenanceand trips to the mechanic. Depending on how the car is used, the frequency of partreplacement could be potentially drastic for the budget. And while it is true that Mopar productshave been built to enhance the cars performance, they arent necessarily built to become yourwallets best mate.But when it comes down to replacement the thing car owners initially consider is the durabilityand life span of the equipment - they decide between OEM products or non-OEM products.Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) products are original parts and accessories createdspecifically for the use of a certain vehicle unit. The car and the spare parts are manufacturedby the same company. Aftermarkets or non-OEM parts are made by third party manufacturersand are only modeled after the specifications of the original product.When dealing with high end cars like Dodge one might prefer opting for OEM parts becausethey last longer and you are assured that the product you are buying is engineered and builtparticularly to sustain the needs of your car. Dodge OEM parts might be ridiculously moreexpensive than aftermarket versions, but the quality is simply exceptional and the compatibilityof car and part is unquestionable. The same could be applied to your Jeep.But then again, if price tags are really of high concern then try looking at second hand, usedMopar parts that still carry the Chrysler quality seal at a reasonably good price. They are greatbuys especially when they come from trusted sellers. Visit your neighborhood junk shop.Chances are you are going to find parts that are still good condition, and even get good caradvice from the seller. If examining pieces of scrap is not your thing, theres always the internetoption where you are open to wider options and better availability from sellers the world over.Chrysler is known to produce a variety of high quality, high technology, high priced vehicles. Tomatch its excellence Mopar continues to develop parts that will make for an even exquisitedriving experience. Used Mopar parts of brand new, they always have quality thats top notch.

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