/Images/Upload/frmCMSContent/DOhxT67xuqqpbXaYsk3S.jpg A testament to how well syndicates can fake auto parts

Mechanics Can't Differentiate Between Genuine and Fake

Published on 2 years ago on 04/03/2018

Syndicates have gone leaps and beyond in the art of faking an auto part.

Take a look at these parts, can you tell the difference if they aren't pointed out?

Source: The Counterfeit Report

Source: The Counterfeit Report

Even mechanics are having a tough time differentiating between genuine and fake auto parts.

The Star reported that a supplier had knowingly sold fake auto parts to his clients.

The supplier approved nine payments ranging from RM13,000 to RM200,000 for fake Proton and Mitsubishi auto parts.

There are great mechanics out there with highly ethical workshops. This is merely a testament to how well auto parts are faked.

Source: Greddy

Source: Greddy

While they look like the genuine article, fake auto parts are still inferior parts that destroys your car and puts you and others in danger.

Supplier gets caught selling fake auto parts:


It pays to be a well informed customer, with in depth knowledge of all their auto parts. But not everyone has the time to research every single part for their car...

We have a solution.

For guaranteed 100% genuine auto parts, buy from sp2u.my.

Source: News.com.au

Or you can try and differentiate the parts on your own.

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