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Need New Parts for your Honda Vehicle?
Hendrick Honda of Charleston Has Everything You Need
Whether you're looking to customize your Honda Accord, Civic, Pilot, CR-V or Odyssey from top to bottom or you're looking to get more out of every mile, our dealership is stocked from floor to ceiling with the Honda parts you're after. After all, a car is an extension of the person driving it, so why not build it the way you want? That's just our policy here at Hendrick Honda of Charleston, and the experts on our staff would be happy to provide you with everything from professional opinions to hands-on help.
Beyond a stellar selection and expert advice, Hendrick Honda of Charleston also offers many Honda part specials throughout the year, meaning you could find the part you need for less than you might think. Just fill out one of our order forms online and one of our representatives will get you started right away. Or if you'd like to get more hands-on experience, Hendrick Honda of Charleston can be found at 1539 Savannah Highway Charleston, South Carolina, where you can speak with our staff one-on-one. We look forward to your visit.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Does OEM Parts Mean?
"OEM" stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer, this refers to the automaker or brand of your vehicle.
Where To Buy OEM Honda Parts?
The best place to get BMW parts is from your local BMW dealership. A parts representative can help you find or order the parts you need. Our parts representative at Hendrick Honda Charleston can properly identify and install parts for your car.
Is It Better To Use OEM Parts For Hondas?
OEM Honda parts were designed specifically for your Honda car, truck, or SUV for optimum long-lasting performance. When you get Honda repair and maintenance using genuine parts, you're getting the most value, performance, and longevity from your parts.
Where Can I Find My OEM Part Number?
The part number should be located on the corresponding parts of your car. However, if you can’t find the part number, you can use the make, model, year, trim level, and engine size of your car to find part numbers on the automaker’s OEM parts website. You can also use your vehicle identification number (VIN) to search for part numbers.