ASEAN markets updated with BSCB exclusive data

Toyota Hilux Thailand July 2015The new generation Toyota Hilux has just launched in Thailand.

Over the past few days and thanks to new contacts in the region we have been able to update a range of ASEAN markets with new data exclusive to BSCB. You can check it all out below:


Malaysia Full Year 2014: Now with Top 100 models (new)

Malaysia June 2015: Perodua Axia ends decade-long Myvi domination (new)

Malaysia H1 2015: Discover the Top 220 models (new)

Malaysia H1 2015: Now with monthly Top 10 models (new)


Thailand H1 2015: Hilux transitions, HR-V makes a splash (updated with Top 180 models)

Thailand Full Year 2014: Hilux leads, Yaris on podium (updated with Top 190 models)


Myanmar H1 2015: Discover the Top 85 models (new)

Media post: UK’s best selling lease cars

Mercedes C-Class UK June 2015. Picture courtesy C-Class

When it comes to choosing your next car, the question of how to purchase is almost as crucial as what to purchase. After all, how you pay for the vehicle will affect both your short and long term budget, so it’s crucial to pick the method that suits your personal and business situation best. Car Leasing in an increasingly popular choice for car buyers and, when you consider the benefits on offer, it wouldn’t come as a surprise. Here we look at the main pros and cons of leasing, plus run down the UK’s most popular cars for lease deals.

Business lease cars

Businesses across the UK are waking up to the many advantages of leasing their company cars on agreed mileage contracts. The best cars on business lease are a very cost-effective when compared to taking out a car loan, but options such as contract hire acts almost like a rental issued as a monthly invoice allowing you to claim the amount back on expenses and taxes with the added bonus of upgrading your vehicle at the end of the term with far more regularity and flexibility.

More important from a business perspective, however, is that cars depreciate in value over time. By leasing instead of buying outright, you’re not tying your cash up in an asset that becomes less valuable by the year. Also, you can reclaim half the VAT you pay on your lease deal.

If you contract hire cars on business lease, you may expect to be asked for a number of payments in advance. Depending on what sort of vehicle you are looking for this could be as many as nine payments and as few as one, with the average deal requiring three payments. The contract will be limited to a certain number of miles, the highest range for which will usually be about the 40,000 mark. Should you break this limit, an agreed fee will be payable at the end of the term.

Of course, not all business car lease deals are the same and so there are certain benefits you should make sure are covered on your contract before you sign. For example, it’s common for the leaser to offer cover for the maintenance and servicing of the vehicle, ensuring your car stays in tip-top shape without any additional cost to your business.

Personal lease cars

Although, a more common option for businesses, leasing a car for personal use is of near equal benefit to the driver. For affordability, Convenience and flexibility, it’s a far better option than outright buying, hire purchase or taking out a car loan.

When comparing the best car deals on personal lease you’ll manage to find low monthly payments, all-inclusive servicing and the freedom to upgrade without the hassle of buying and selling. This sidesteps all the problems offered by the other potential purchasing methods. You don’t have to stump up the full price, you don’t have to worry about depreciation and you can drive a car that’s above your affordable price range.

Cosmetically, personal lease cars mirror their business equivalents. As with leasing a company car, you should expect to stump up at least three monthly payments before you receive the vehicle and the maximum mileage is likely to tap out at 40,000. One perk you won’t find in your personal contract, however, is the payback on your VAT, which is only available to VAT registered businesses.

Despite the advantages of leasing, many in the UK still feel there is more value in purchasing their cars outright.

Yet, thanks to the savings and freedom they offer, leasing a car continues to be increasingly popular with UK motorists who prefer a new car of their choice without breaking the bank.

Best selling lease cars in the UK

Ok, so you’re considering to lease a new car. But what model do you choose? To help you decide, we’ve put together the three best sellers in the UK for both personal and business use.



Sturdy and powerful yet always sleek and stylish, it’s little wonder why Mercedes-Benz car leasing continues to lead the pack when it comes to popularity on these shores. Personal drivers love the Mercedes A Class, an elegant hatchback that’s big on performance. Company car buyers prefer the Mercedes C Class. With its supremely efficient low CO2 emissions, it’s sure to keep those running expenses in check, while the muscular chassis manages to stay stylish and business-like.



Gaining an increasing market share within the UK, Audi’s A3 is a perfect family hatchback, which is why it’s managed to stay so popular for so long with personal buyers. The interior has been crafted for comfort, while the exterior has been crafted for style, making it the ideal transport for long or short family trips. For business driving, the Audi A4 hits all the right notes – a nicely priced, powerful and fuel-efficient saloon with sporty handling.



Britain’s all-time favourite and most sold car, Ford is still the most popular personal car in the UK and if the reasonably priced entry level Fiesta gives you great value for money then who could argue with that? Truly, this eminently drivable hatchback is to everybody’s tastes – as powerful as it is fun, comfortable and affordable. Business buyers should check out the Ford Mondeo Vignale Saloon. With a 2.0 litre bi-turbo diesel engine, it has plenty in the way of power. A shedload of luxury features complete its impressive package.

Car leasing offers a huge number of benefits to both the personal or business driver. If you want to keep the money in the bank and protect yourself from depreciation without lowering the quality of your vehicle, this is the ideal option for you.

Media post: 5 incredible ways to customise your car

Car customisation. Picture courtesy

Let’s face it. A car is one of the biggest purchases you can make in your adult life, and you’re likely to own your mechanical baby for a significant amount of time. So if you’d like to customise your car to make it suit your needs better, drive like a boss, and look amazing, there are plenty of options out there for you.

Tint your windows for a mysterious vibe

Tinting your windows is such a great idea. Your car looks awesome, you use less fuel as you don’t need to crank the air conditioner quite so much, and you are protecting your skin by cutting out some harmful UV rays that you’re sure to find on the Sunshine Coast (or anywhere else!). For window tinting work in your local area, you should check out companies like Energy Efficient Tinting to find out what tinting would best suit your car.

Personalise your seats for a touch of your own style

Honestly, it doesn’t really matter for you what your car looks like on the outside, as you’re going to be spending most of your time on the inside. So take some time to upgrade your seats. Perhaps you’d like furry grey seats that remind you of the ‘70s. Perhaps you’re all about hot pink leather. Whatever your deal, it’s your car, so put on the upholstery that you’re going to enjoy!

Speaking of indoors, fix your speakers!

Unless you like to drive in silence, your speakers will be one of the additions you use most in your car, so you may as well have the best ones you can get. While you’re at it, it might be worth checking out Bluetooth connectivity (if your car doesn’t already have it), so you aren’t taking your eyes off the road when you get a phone call. Safety first, kids.

Paint and personalise

Alright, you see the inside more than the outside of your car, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make the outside look amazing! If you’re stuck with a faded peach colour, unstick it and get your car repainted. Make sure the paint you use won’t fade or rust, and is designed for use on cars. Or save yourself the hassle and pay someone else to do it!

Distract your children so they don’t distract you

Hook up some mini screens for those in the back seat so they can watch a movie on a long drive. This will save hours of arguing, fighting and frustrations, and will help you concentrate on the road in front of you. Just remember to buy some headphones to go with those screens!

There are, of course, plenty of customisations you can make to your car. Items like new tyres, better brakes and improved suspension are all incredibly important, but hopefully the list above has given you some ideas for some other fun ways to make your car great. What is your must-have customisation? Share your comments below.

Media post: The benefits of genuine Toyota parts

Genuine Toyota parts. Picture courtesy

When it’s time to get your Toyota serviced or repaired, it is often tempting to consider putting in generic parts that are less expensive. Regardless of what inside the car, the logo still says Toyota, right? How much difference can a part here or there make to the performance of a car?

The answer is, quite a lot.

One of the reasons that generic parts might be less expensive is because they are engineered to a far lower quality. When you put it in perspective, a chain is only as strong as its weakest link. That is, if your car is filled with generic, low quality parts then you’re ultimately going to have to pay more in the long run with additional repairs. These generic parts tend wear out far faster and you’ll be back in the repair shop getting the same problems worked on over and over again.

Here are four reasons why genuine parts are essential to every Toyota car.

  • Precision Engineering = Flawless Fit

Each genuine Toyota part is manufactured to flawlessly fit into Toyota cars and work seamlessly with the rest of the machine. That level of specificity is impossible for generic parts, because their goal is to make their parts fit as many cars as possible rather than fit one car perfectly.

“Close enough” is what they aim for when they design their products. Toyota on the other hand has the luxury of custom fitting their products exactly to their. Consider a car like a puzzle and each piece of the part in the car represents a puzzle piece. They each work together to form a single whole. If one puzzle piece is ruined, then it affects the entire picture.

  • Genuine Parts = Great Quality

Toyota is known worldwide for their durability and longevity. Their commitment to quality is one of the company’s defining characteristics. Toyota cars last forever because every aspect of the car is precision engineered to exacting standards.

This same drive and dedication to perfection is not present in generic parts. Their brand does not ride on the reputation of quality, but rather on their low price. It’s what marketing experts call product differentiation.

  • Service Advantage for Toyota Drivers

When you use Toyota genuine parts, you’re most likely going to be using a certified Toyota service shop. They specialise in working with Toyota parts and Toyota vehicles.

Also, keep in mind that warranty on a Toyota product travels with the car not the owner. So if you’ve purchased a pre-owned Toyota, there is a strong chance that the original warranty will still be applicable.

  • Warranty

Speaking of warranties, certified Toyota repair shops are fully authorized to perform servicing and repair. If you take your Toyota to an independent provider, it might void your warranty –they are not authorized to perform warranty repairs. At a Toyota dealer or Toyota repair center, they have special training and tools supplied by the car manufacturer itself. This ensures that your vehicle will handled with the highest levels of quality.

Contact Your Local Dealer – Phil Gilbert Toyota

If you need genuine Toyota parts or are looking for a new Toyota vehicle, contact Phil Gilbert Toyota. They are a full service repair shop with a great selection of new and used Toyotas. Contact Phil Gilbert Toyota today for more information.

Media post: Titanium Metal Supply (TMS) Sponsors the Future of Racing and More

Hot Rod Heritage Series. Picture courtesy

TMS began serving many under-served industries that use titanium products. Before long the TMS staff fell in love with auto racing and started their own racing program. Besides this program, TMS sponsors other racing teams to help show the dedication they have to the sport and its further development.

They are sponsoring teams and drivers such as Wayne Taylor Racing and Eily Stafford by providing parts and expertise in order to increase the cars performance. The sponsorship of Wayne Taylor Racing is the personal endorsement of Jordan and Ricky Taylor. Both are young stars in the world of racing and are obviously excited to have such recognition from a company as important to racing as TMS is.

Eily Stafford is famous in drag racing and drives like a blast from the past. She drives blown alcohol dragsters for the American Nostalgia Racing Association and the NHRA Hot Rod Heritage Series. Teaming up with TMS Titanium was a huge thrill for a life-long racer like Eily. Being sponsored by names such as TMS is like being acknowledged for your own skill and dedication.

Titanium is very desirable for the racing industry. The parts made from titanium are as strong as steel but much lighter. They are also highly durable as they can outlast parts made from other materials and are resistant to both heat and corrosion.

The strength and heat resistant properties of the metal make it valuable for shielding drivers from explosions and also are used to encase parts that get extremely hot or have the possibility of exploding.

Believing in the future of racing, TMS is not only sponsoring the winners but also the young and upcoming drivers such as Alex Taylor. In 2013, Alex was the youngest driver to ever take part in Hot Rod Magazine’s Drag Week. Being sponsored by a company like TMS Titanium can be a real good experience for young drivers like Alex. The depth of knowledge that TMS has about cars, racing and titanium can teach them a lot and anybody would love having access to such high quality parts for their racecars. It is a win-win situation for TMS, Alex and hopefully racing.

The International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) has named TMS Titanium as the official titanium company of the IHRA. TMS is happy because they feel that the IHRA is about the most innovative and progressive series they have found in racing. Together TMS and the IHRA can educate racing fans on the great qualities titanium offers.

By working together, TMS and the IHRA can develop and introduce new and cutting edge titanium products that will benefit racing. The light weight and strength of the metal make it so versatile that it is exciting to wonder what they are already dreaming up for the future of racing and the design of the cars.

TMS Titanium is a dedicated company interested in furthering our knowledge and use of titanium in the sport of racing and beyond with technical advances and applications applied now.

Media post: Seat-Styler: How to uniquely configure your seat cover

If the reason why you want to change your car is your tired car seat covers, no need to spend thousands of dollars on a new car. The old way of renewing you car seat covers wasn’t ever quite right, in other words the one-size-fits-all model didn’t really quite fit and that’s why you have come to think that it might be easier to just buy a new car. This has now changed. With Seat-Styler, you can benefit from tailored designs adapted to your very own car seats. You can either keep it simple and choose one of their basic designs, or put together your very own thanks to Seat-Styler’s configurator.

You start the process by choosing your car among thousands of vehicle types and variants on the Seat-Styler site. Then you can totally redesign the interior of your vehicle, and because Seat-Styler covers are made specifically for your car, each cover fits perfectly. It neither slips out of place not puckers. You don’t need to worry about knowing how to install the covers: a manual and installation DVD explain how your new leather upholstery should be pulled over your old seat covers, as you don’t need to remove the latter.

When it comes to choosing your seat cover, you can either decide for one of their templates or create your own customised design using Seat-Styler’s configuratorIn case your car seat cover should feature the original seam stitching of your carmaker, our covers with OEM seam stitching are the right choice for you. They correspond to an initial upholstery with leather look ex-factory, and huddle around your car seats as a second skin – seam upon seam. Under our basic designs, you can find examples that can be obtained at short notice due to the high demand. With the configurator, you can decide a number of parameters for your cover, from the type of material to the colour and additional options such as head rest design.

Suggestions, examples and recommendations can be found in Seat-Styler’s gallery. And to help you get started with your seat cover design, Seat-Styler is offering BestSellingCarsBlog readers an exclusive voucher to redeem on their website for 50% off on an optional extra and 10 euros discount. Please quote the words “Best Selling Cars Blog” during your enquiry to benefit from the reduction. See below for more details.


Media Post: Necessary Tools: Customization Shops & Auto-Body Repair

car-body-repair. Picture courtesy complete-business-services-uk.over-blog.comThe tools needed for successfully operating a customisation shop and auto-body repair.

Operating a customization shop or auto-body repair is a hefty endeavor to embark on, but finding the tools you need is a necessary step in order for the business to function properly. Thankfully, we’ve provided plenty of information regarding what tools you’ll need so that your shop can function as if you’ve been a motor-head for decades. With this being said, here’s a look at the tools you’ll need to run a spray paint booth customization or auto-body repair shop effectively.

What You’ll Need

If you’re starting from the ground up, there’s a few core essentials you’ll need for your shop to qualify as a proper domain that’s open service. Here’s a look at some of the tools you’ll need to get your garage in full operation:

  • An Air Compressor – An air compressor is needed for general tasks that require compressed air for operation. However, the larger the air compressor, the more time you’ll have to use it – and less time you’ll spend waiting for it to recharge itself.
  • A Spray Gun – Preferably high volume low pressure (HVLP), but automotive paint booths may require a much more intricate system – as it will be used quite often. The power of the spray gun reflects the quality of the paint’s finish.
  • Basic Body or Air File – These are very important tools, as they’re used to smooth and cut excess filler.
  • Pneumatic Orbital Sander – As DA (dual action) work the best, they’re one of the most used tools for body shops and it’s more than likely you’ll be using it on almost every job.
  • “Cheese Grater” aka a coarse filler file – This device removes excess filler before a sand paper (disposable) is used to smooth out the surface and save money.
  • Dollie Sets – These are portable anvils used to shape metal.
  • Body Spoon sets – For hard to reach areas, body spoons are used in the same manner that dollies are used.
  • Vise caps and a vise – A vice is used to keep an object in a secure place as work is being performed on it. The vise caps allow the object to be sturdy in on place with no marks left from the vise.
  • Sanding blocks – Blocks used for sanding.
  • A suction cup – Used for removing dents.
  • Brass hammer – Used for heavy blows that do not ruin the metal.
  • Rubber hammer – Used for getting small dents out of metal.
  • Polyurethane hammer – Used for light or soft blows.
  • Dead Blow hammer – Contains a lead-like shot that causes the hammer to not bounce back after a blow.
  • Ball Peen hammer – Basically a general hammer.
  • Shrinking hammer – Used for the process of “shrinking metal”.
  • Pick hammer – Allows one to knock out dents from the inside, yet the flat side of the hammer allows smoothing.
  • Body hammer – Fall in the same category as a regular hammer.
  • Slide hammer – Used to pull large dents.
  • Finishing hammer – Used to finish a hammering job.

If you’re new to shopping for tools for your custom shop or auto-body repair, it’s safe to say that you have some shopping ahead of you. However, if you’re more advanced in the tool market, you should check out tools such as:

  • Welders – Welding is needed for serious metal forming practices.
  • Gas Torch – Used for annealing before forming.
  • Bead Roller – Used for shaping sheet metal.
  • “Bean Bag” aka Leather Forming Bag – Used as a solid for hammering, but has soft backing so it doesn’t alter the entire the entire object.

So now that you have your shopping list ready, it’s time to embark on your custom shop or auto-body repair endeavors!

Media post: The Top 10 best-selling used cars in Dubai

Toyota Land CruiserThe Toyota Land Cruiser is among the best-selling used cars in Dubai.

For once we have a look at used car sales, with information on the best-sellers in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. The Top 10 most popular used cars in Dubai are dominated by SUVs, with 5 of them inside the ranking, led by the Toyota Land Cruiser. We also find the Mitsubishi Pajero, one Korean – the Kia Sportage – and two Americans: the Ford Edge and Chevrolet Tahoe. The Nissan Sunny and Honda Civic are the most popular compact cars, and as far as mid-size sedans are concerned, the Toyota Camry wins the prize. In the luxury segment the Mercedes C-Class (mid-size) and the BMW 5 Series (large) are favoured, giving Mercedes and BMW one win each.

This post is sponsored by CashYourcarUAE who also provided the best-sellers information. CashYourcarUAE is a family-owned business with 14 years experience and one of the UAE’s leading used car buyers, providing an innovative way of selling your car. All you have to do is get your valuation by providing basic information about your car, book an appointment online for an onsite inspection and leave with cash in hand in only 30 minutes.

How does it work? Follow these three simple steps for an online valuation:

  1. Tell us your car’s make, model, year, mileage, and condition.
  2. Provide your contact information and instantly receive an online valuation and an email confirmation.
  3. If you are satisfied with the given valuation of your car, schedule an appointment right away online to bring your car to us for a free inspection.

Media post: The Best Green Cars of 2015

VW e-Golf Picture courtesy

A few years ago, the media went bananas when GM announced the upcoming Volt hybrid would get an astonishing 230 mpg. In reality, they were doing some creative calculus, and using the automakers rigged formula, the Volt could theoretically achieve infinite miles per gallon. This spring, the annual Eco Marathon showcase allowed engineers to show off super cars that could drive from Rotterdam to Moscow on just a few gallons of gas. These cars really could hit upwards of 1,000 mpg, but they could never, ever (ever) be mass produced for consumer use. And that so-called “Eco Marathon”? Sponsored by an oil company. And, of course, we all had our collective dreams dashed when 2015 came and the flying cars of “Back to the Future 2″ were still nowhere to be seen.

So, IRL, what are the best green cars that are actually road ready in 2015? If you ask 10 auto bloggers what the best green car is any given year, then you’ll get 20 different answers. Even so, we’ve done our best to narrow down the field. For anyone in the market for a hybrid or electric car this year, here are some of the “Top Green Cars of 2015″:

Best New Green Car: the 2015 Volkswagen e-Golf
Range: 83 miles of electric range

In choosing their green car of the year for 2015, Green Car Reports said there are two types of green cars — “revolutionary” and “evolutionary” vehicles. A revolutionary green car radically pushes the envelope, like the 2012 Toyota Prius. Evolutionary cars represent a smaller technological step, but a giant leap in value for drivers. This year, the website chose the 2015 Volkswagen e-Golf as their “Best Car to Buy” (it won their readers’ poll as well). Even the regular 2015 VW Golf was rated at a combined 36 mpg in the United States, with many drivers reporting that it actually reaches up to 48 mpg.

Honorable Mention: The BMW i3 also topped a number of “Top Green Cars of 2015″ lists. Unlike certain other green cars (that shall remain nameless), the i3 can go from zero to 60 in seven seconds. Plus, it’s made in a factory powered by wind turbines and has 81 miles of electric range. But, let’s be real, not everyone can afford to drive a Beamer.

Best New Hybrid Car 2015: The 2015 Honda Accord Hybrid
MSRP: $29,305 – $35,055; EPA-estimated 50/45 city/highway mpg

Plenty of reviewers loved the BMW i3, VW’s e-Golf, and even the new 2015 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid, but not everyone lives in a state or city where it’s even possible to drive a purely electric car. If you’re looking for the best new hybrid car to hit the market in 2015, then the Honda Accord Hybrid is worth a test drive. Not only did U.S. News & World Report name the 2015 Accord their best hybrid of the year, they also ranked it the “#1 Affordable Midsize Car.” And you can trust U.S. News & World Report; they were making listicles way before it was cool.

Sadly, you’ve probably noticed that many “Best Of” and “Top This” lists of green cars throw accolades at high-performance vehicles that get great ratings, while also being completely out of most drivers’ price range. But if you want to see more hybrid cars on the road, then the new Honda is both green and affordable (with great safety ratings besides). And with the 2015 Accord Hybrid, Honda is finally catching up to rival carmakers in the race for better hybrid cars.

2015 Best Luxury Green Car: The 2015 Tesla Model S P85D
MSRP: From $105,000; 691 Horsepower

If you’ve got the money to go green and want high-performance at the same time, then the Tesla Model S P85D is top of the line. The 691 HP battery-electric luxury vehicle can go from zero to 60 in 3.2 seconds (allegedly). Reviewers have called this EV’s acceleration “ridiculous” and even “insane.” It can reach 89 mpg in the city and 98 on the highway. Plus, the new luxury EV from Tesla has two motors and all-wheel drive to boot.

Best Used Green Car: 2011 and 2012 Chevy Volt
Average Price Paid: $18,000

Of course, the best used car for your money might not be new at all. While some used hybrids and electric cars have a terrible resale value and you may be better off just donating your cars to charity, hybrids have been on the road long enough for consumers to find quality used models for sale. So if the $100,000 plus Tesla is a little out of your price range, then consider the 2011 or 2012 Chevy Volt for their superior resale value. For those looking for a hybrid car that costs less than $20,000, used Chevy Volts still feature about 35 mpg city and 40 mpg highway ratings. For families that only need room for four, the Volt has great safety ratings. It has a reliable electric-only range while the gas engine provides peace of mind for those afraid of getting stranded. Sure, it never quite lived up to its initial 230 mpg hype, but the Chevy Volt is still a great value.

Honorable Mentions for Best Used Hybrid Cars: the 2011 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid and the 2010 Toyota Prius

Media post: The 5 best-selling types of Auto Part so far in 2015


Car brakes. Picture courtesy

While the automotive industry continues to grow year on year, as does the increasingly competitive industry for automotive parts and accessories. With all of this happening at such a rapid rate, Spares Box has shared the info on just what people in the Australian market are purchasing to put in their cars, what they’re replacing and what they’re modifying.

  1. Brakes

Brakes are some of the hardest wearing components on any car, and as such are a busy market for not only need replacements, but are also upgrading. More advanced braking systems are increasingly being sought after by those looking for both added performance in their vehicle, and also longer life for commercial vehicles. Most popular brands: Bendix, Ferodo, Project Mu

  1. Exterior

Keeping the exterior of your vehicle clean and tidy is paramount in ensuring it not only looks good, but is safe both off and on the road. This means the market for car care, exterior accessories and security and safety systems is always growing, especially in areas like sensors and locking mechanismsMost popular brands: BOSCH, NARVA, Hella

  1. Electrical

The electrical systems on vehicles are always going wrong, and for a long time cheap, reliable electrical components have made up a huge portion of the auto parts market. Items range from simple things such as batteries and the various cables and plugs that make up the electrics of any vehicle, to more complex components like alternators and starter motors. Being intricate and temperamental, auto-electrical parts have long been highly sought after at a competitive price. Most popular brands: BOSCH, Hella, AFI, PROJECTA

  1. Ignition

Like electrics, the ignition is one of the most temperamental systems in the automotive world. Because of this, ignition parts are very heavily sought after. The ignition system is made up of many components such as spark plugs, glow plugs, coils, modules and pick-ups. Often expensive to replace and very specific to vehicles, anyone who can offer competitive value and range on ignition parts is bound to do well. Most popular brands: BOSCH, Hella, AFI, Top Gun, NGK

  1. Filters

Every service, most cars need at least one filter changed, and naturally they fly out the door of almost every retailer of car parts. Options extend from value filters, to premium original manufacturer-spec oil filters, cabin filters and air filters, all the way up to racing filters, which are a quick and easy way to boost the performance of any vehicle. With such a wide array of choice for consumers, it’s no surprise that filters are the best selling car parts by a wide margin.

Most popular brands: K&N Filters, MANN Filter, Ryco, Wesfil