Shop For Honda Fit Replacement Parts Online
The Honda Fit is one of the most popular cars in the world, and it looks like it is only about to become more prevalent with the latest updates to the model. After all, the demand for this smart, affordable, and fuel-efficient hatchback only seems to keep rising. And that means that even more drivers like you are going to need Honda Fit replacement parts that you can trust and afford. Here at All Discount Parts, we have all of the Honda Fit parts you could need, no matter the make or model, in like-new condition.
We are a Honda dealership based out of Boulder, CO, and have access to all of the OEM parts you need at rates that are tough to beat. Our orders ship daily all over the United States, and we provide you the convenience of online ordering instead of having to shop around for your parts.
OEM Honda Fit Parts For Every Generation
A new generation of the Honda Fit was announced in 2013—it's the 2015 model year—and while Honda has updated the vehicle to include new standard amenities like a touchscreen infotainment system, and has decreased the overall size of the Fit while improving its interior storage space, we still have parts for this brand new generation in stock and waiting for you.
Practically everything about the new Fit has been updated, from its door panels to its seating to the incredible Magic Seat technology that lets you make the most of its interior, and yet All Discount Parts is here for you with OEM Honda Fit replacement parts for each and every model year.
From the Headlights to the Taillights, We Have All the Parts You Could Need
It has to be understood that when you buy a new car, some parts will need to be regularly replaced, but no matter whether they are the wiper blades, the headlight bulbs, or something a bit trickier, we have all of your frequently needed parts in stock, including these commonly replaced items:
Brake Pads: Depending on your driving, your brake pads can last from 20-50,000 miles, but we believe you should be safe rather than sorry. You can check your brake pads by looking at them through the spokes to see if they are less than a quarter inch thick, or you can wait for them to start squealing a bit. We recommend having a set of new brake pads on hand to save yourself time.
Fuses: When you have any kinds of electrical problems, it can be tempting to think the worst, and yet sometimes it's just the fuses. Nearly one percent of drivers have to replace their fuses in a given year, and like brake pads, they are easy to keep on hand when you need them.
Spark Plugs: Although some spark plugs can supposedly go for over 100,000 miles, your stock ones won't, and we think that's a good thing. It's smart to regularly update important parts of your vehicle, and spark plugs are integral to the engine. Check your manual for exact mileage, but we recommend every 30,000 miles or so.
Headlight Components: More than just the bulbs, there are other parts of the headlight that may need replacing, like the housing or the wires. Though these are as-needed, replacing them could solve an electrical issue that looks more expensive than it is.
Brake Rotors: Rounding out these five commonly replaced items, we go back to your brakes. The rotors take wear and tear, and if you haven't been careful to replace your brake pads when they need it, they could be damaged. Nearly 4% of drivers have to replace their brake rotors each year—do it with affordable OEM rotors from All Discount Parts.
Why OEM Parts Are a Much Better Investment Than Aftermarket Auto Parts
We have many drivers ask us why they should choose OEM parts over aftermarket ones. After all, aftermarket parts are frequently less expensive than their OEM equivalents, so why should you make the investment?
OEM Honda Fit parts are designed specifically for your model and model year, fitting into the vehicle just as the engineers intended.
Aftermarket parts tend to break down more quickly—they are cheap in every sense of the word. OEM parts are made from high-quality materials made to last.
OEM Honda parts come with a 12-month/12,000-mile warranty that is redeemable at any certified Kia or Honda dealership in the United States.
So yes, you may pay more for your OEM Honda Fit parts, but they are built to last and are a smart investment in your vehicle. If an OEM part costs more but lasts 2-3 times as long as an aftermarket part, which would you rather put in your vehicle?
Begin Your Search For Honda Fit Auto Parts
Whether you need headlights or door panels, wires or engine components, we have you covered at All Discount Parts. Order online 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, and we'll have your parts shipped out to you as soon as possible. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us, and remember: it's always better to invest in OEM than to trust an aftermarket brand.