VW CITI Parts For Sale
Our organization present a entire selection of second hand Volkswagen CITI spares and aftermarket parts traveling on the South African roads. Regardless of whether you want engine parts, gearboxes, turbos or body parts, our helpful sales team will be glad to assist you!
Our Volkswagen scrap yard team are continually stripping accident damaged CITI vehicles for spares. All parts are shelved and ready for purchase. We also source our VW CITI replacement parts from quality suppliers ensuring your vehicle is only fitted with the correct aftermarket replacement parts. Buy CITI break calipers, doors, suspension parts, windscreens, electrical parts, bumpers,engines, ignition switches, indicators, window regulators, camshafts, crankshafts, wiper motors, headlights, rims, gaskets, tie rod ends and more!
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Latest VW CITI Part Requests
2021-10-15 07:22:03 +00:00
Hi, I'm looking for the the electric control boxes for a 2007 Citi Rythm
2021-10-15 05:55:24 +00:00
Looking for a citi golf fuel rail
2021-10-05 06:55:46 +00:00
Pls quote second hand no damage 2007 citi golf front bumpers and grills. Bonnet and drivers side front fenders and radiator.
2021-09-26 19:55:55 +00:00
Hi Need a price on the round air vent on the drivers side of a citi rox .
2021-09-21 13:39:02 +00:00
Vw citi golf controle box
2021-09-20 13:35:27 +00:00
Looking for an complete aircon unit for Citi Golf
2021-09-02 09:24:38 +00:00
I am looking for a Original Citi Golf Front Bumper
2021-08-31 08:05:21 +00:00
Tow bar for citi golf
2021-08-25 12:06:46 +00:00
we looking for a dashboard for a VW Citi Golf 2003 model..
2021-08-24 16:58:53 +00:00
Need a steering rack for a vw citi golf 1.4i
About The CITI
The VW Golf I has been built in a plant in South Africa since 1978. Production of the Golf II began in South Africa in 1984. After this sold worse than expected due to the higher price, production of the Golf I was resumed as the Citi Golf.
Until 2009, that is 35 years after the presentation of the first VW Golf, the Citi Golf, derived from the Golf I, was manufactured largely unchanged in South Africa; In the end, however, under the sheet metal of the vehicle was Golf III and Polo III technology. The look is a mixture of Golf I, Golf I convertible, and Golf II elements, together with some individual design elements (e.g. bead in the C-pillar ).
Parallel to the Citi Golf there was the VW Fox in South Africa, which looks very similar to the VW Jetta I.
At first, was Citi Golf only with a 4-cylinder – petrol engine with 1.3 liters displacement and 52 kW available (71 PS); There were three different colors to choose from as paintwork. When production was discontinued, the basic engine had an output of 54 kW (73 hp) from a 1.4-liter displacement, the interior was adapted to the zeitgeist and from 2003 had a dashboard from the Škoda Fabia I and a steering wheel from the VW Lupo.
By 2005, nearly 700,000 copies of the Citi Golf had left the plant in South Africa. New registrations in South Africa reached a new record in 2005 and were around 3.5 times as high as those of the Golf V, which was also offered but was much more expensive.
The Citi Golf was produced exclusively as a right-hand drive and only met the EU2 emissions standard. This meant that it could not be registered as a new vehicle in the EU; since January 1, 2005, EU4 has been the minimum standard. In terms of safety, it couldn’t keep up with European cars either. The base list price of the Chico 1.4 in South Africa in 2006 was R67,780, the VeloCiTi 1.6i R98,800.
On November 2, 2009, VW South Africa boss David Powels announced the end of production of the Citi Golf.
The history of the Citi Golf Model in South Africa
- 1978: Start of production of the Golf in South Africa
- 1984: Production now as Citi Golf
- 1994: Ritz special model
- 1995: Chico special model
- 1996: End of production CTi
- 2000: Special model Life and .com (production until 2009)
- 2003: Changed fittings, seats and exterior mirrors
- 2007: Changed taillights
- 2009: Production stopped
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