If you’re searching for spare parts, there’s a good chance that you’re looking for Japanese car parts. Why do I say that with confidence? It’s quite simple. The most popular car in Australia today is a Japanese make, and so are half of the country's 10 bestselling auto brands. The foremost reasons are the high value-for-money that these brands offer.
They are relatively cheap considering the reliability, fuel economy, and comfort for which these Japanese brands are known. They are also among the easiest and cheapest to maintain, such as the newer models of Toyota Avalon, Nissan Almera (nee Nissan Tiida), and Mazda3 all have average annual maintenance costs within $150-$250. As you would expect, buying Japanese car parts in Melbourne and anywhere in Australia is also so much easier and more inexpensive than non-Japanese brands.