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BMW Parts

BMW Car Parts
Select Your VehicleCPD specializes in replacement items for these legendary cars and SUVs. From online BMW auto parts for the sporty Z3 to performance OEM components for the flagship 740i, CPD has what you need to keep your sports sedan or luxury SUV performing its best. CPD doesn't sell just any old junk that fits your vehicle though. We search world-wide for quality OEM parts and aftermarket components that present the best value for our customers. We research BMW auto part factories and only buy elements from those with modern manufacturing facilities and rigorous quality control procedures. This attention to detail allows us to stock a wide variety of discount auto parts at wholesale prices, for shipment to do-it-yourself enthusiasts and professional repair specialists world-wide. If you drive a one of these legendary automobiles, CPD needs to be the first place you look for discount BMW auto parts.

Drivers searching online for cheap deals will often lead you to used equipment, however that's a false economy. High-mileage used items are usually just as worn out as the part being replaced, which means you're paying a lot for a failure-prone auto part that will only last a very short time. If you're on a budget, a better solution is to use brand-new BMW aftermarket parts, many of which are manufactured to the same specifications as BMW OEM parts, but don't have the licensed logo and thus are less expensive. Visit CPD's online BMW part catalog today to see everything that's available for your auto or SUV!

History of BMW

BMW LogoMost auto enthusiasts know BMW parts, automobiles and motorcycles - they're some of the most stylish performance sports cars and have been turning heads since Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (originally Rapp Motorenwerke) was founded by Austiran engineer Franz Josef Popp in 1916. BMW initially specialized in aircraft engines, then branched out to motorcycles in 1923 and finally its first automobile in 1928. World War II put a hold on part production, and the company fell into financial difficulties. Fortunately successful licensing and redesign of the Italian Iso Isetta micro car in 1959 injected the company with much-needed capital, and Bayerische Motoren Werke AG has been enjoying success ever since. The automaker even purchased the MINI and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars brands.
Emblazoned on most factory BMW parts, the roundel logo is instantly recognized the world over. Its meaning is up for debate however; some say it harkens back to the company's early aircraft engine days and portrays a white propeller spinning in a blue sky. More likely the roundel evolved from a Rapp Motorenwerke logo combined with the blue and white colors of the Bavarian flag. Other badges found on BMW automobiles include the Alpina logo (ultra-luxury cars based on BMW chassis) and the race-ready factory M moniker, which is found on M3 / M5 / M6 cars built with racing parts from its high performance tuner division. is not associated with BMW North America in any manner. All images and references to the BMW name, vehicle model names, logo and shapes are for reference and identification only. All trademarks, tradenames and/or service marks are the property of their respective holders.