Spark plugs, oil filters, fuse boxes, brakes and battery cables are common BMW parts sold at the Bavarian Autosport website. The company also sells switches, relays, voltage regulators and parts for rebuilding carburetors, as of June 2015.
Bavarian Autosport stocks more than 400,000 factory original and after-market BMW parts in a variety of departments, including aerodynamics, audio and electronics, lighting, performance, steering, and suspension. In addition to car parts, Bavarian Autosport sells repair manuals, BMW-themed gifts, clothing and car accessories.
Bavarian Autosport shoppers locate appropriate parts by vehicle model and year. Shoppers also have the option to search for BMW parts by part number, phrase or keyword.
Bavarian Autosport is in New Hamsphire and does not charge sales tax. The company offers free shipping on orders over $150. All parts sold by Bavarian Autosport come with guarantees ranging from one year to a lifetime.
Bavarian Autosport started as a small BMW repair shop in Stratham, New Hampshire, in 1974. The company published its first parts catalog in 1983. In 2015, the company boasts a three-story parts distribution center. Bavarian Autosport has no affiliation with the BMW automaker in Germany. Visitors to its website, BAVAuto.com, can request free catalogs, subscribe to the company’s newsletter or follow a link to its Facebook page.