Mk2 Golf Parts, Spares & Accessories
Buy your VW Golf Mk2 parts, spares & accessories here!
VW Heritage is a business run by enthusiasts for enthusiasts, whilst that may sound a bit, well, cheesy, it’s true. The staff have had numerous Mk1 and Mk2 Golfs between them, so they know what goes wrong and in most instances, how to fix it. This puts us in a good position to select all the right Golf Mk2 Parts, ranging from the little white clips that stop your seats rattling to complete rear panels. It's for precisely this reason that we’re one of the number one suppliers of VW Golf Mk2 spares in Europe, selling VW Golf Mk2 accessories and spares to owners all over the world. So, regardless of whether you are simply repairing your car, or undertaking a full restoration, you’ve found yourself in the right place!
Quality VW Golf Mk2 accessories and spare parts
We have built our reputation on supplying only genuine parts for VW Golf Mk2 and the finest reproductions available, as well as a wide selection of the best aftermarket parts from the world's leading manufacturers and we are constantly sourcing new products to add to our incredible range. To find the VW Golf Mk2 parts you require, simply select the appropriate area of the car from the categories above. Our online store includes hundreds of exploded diagrams and photographs to help you identify which parts for VW Golf Mk2 you need… And remember, if you have a query about any of the Volkswagen Golf Mk2 parts we stock – or if you can’t find the part you require – just click on the 'live chat' button or call our sales team on 01273 444 000 at any time during UK business hours.
VW JETTA Mk2 OWNERS
Certain Mk2 Jetta parts are model specific and will be listed as 'VW Jetta Mk2 only'. Where no separate parts for Mk2 Jetta are shown, the standard VW Golf Mk2 parts and accessories are usually correct.
Citi Golf (Typ 17S) Cont.
Numerous special edition Citi Golfs were produced including the Deco (essentially a VWSA take on the Colour Concept, with colour coded leather upholstery) and the VeloCiti, which included the Citi 1.8iR, launched in 2006, it featured a half leather Interior, aluminium trim, an 1800cc fuel Injected engine, as well as alloys very similar to that of the Lupo GTI and a full body kit. August 21st 2009 brought Citi Golf production to an end after 25 years, marked with one final limited edition, the Citi Mk1, essentially a run-out model featuring all the options, and numbered plaques running up to 1000.
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