Parts Specials

In the market for discount Porsche parts? You’re in luck. The replacement car parts center at Rusnak/Pasadena Porsche has a comprehensive selection of OEM Porsche parts for sale at prices to beat the competition around Los Angeles, Glendale, and Arcadia. Check out list of discount auto parts online, and then, when you’re ready, contact us for exceptional Pasadena Porsche service.  

Spring Tire Special
Up to $150 off the Purchase of New Tires

Valid at all Rusnak Auto Group dealerships excluding Bentley and Rolls-Royce. $150 off discount valid on the purchase of four (4) new tires. $75 off discount valid on the purchase of two (2) new tires. Not to be combined with any other special offers or coupons. Only one coupon per day allowed. Not valid on previous purchases. Must present coupon at time of write-up. No cash value. Other restrictions may apply. Void where prohibited. Offer expires 04/30/20.

EXPIRES: 04/30/2020
Spring Accessories Special
10% off all In-Stock Boutique Accessories

Valid at all Rusnak Auto Group dealerships. 10% off discount only applies to in-stock, in store purchases. Not to be combined with any other special offers or coupons. Only one coupon per day allowed. Not valid on previous purchases. Must present coupon at time of write-up. No cash value. Limit one per person. Other restrictions may apply. Void where prohibited. Offer expires 04/30/20.

EXPIRES: 04/30/2020

What Are Genuine OEM Porsche Parts?

Genuine OEM Porsche parts have been custom-made by manufacturer to fit your Porsche model perfectly. Whether you’re looking for replacement brake pads, a replacement air filter, or something major like a Porsche Cayenne transmission, you can rest assured that OEM parts will ensure your vehicle runs the way it was intended to. They don’t require us to customize your vehicle when we install them, which means that you won’t lose resale value like you would if you installed aftermarket parts. To top things off, they come with a 1-year Porsche warranty. For Porsche service Pasadena and Alhambra drivers trust, think Rusnak.