What is the difference between Genuine and OEM parts?

Genuine and OEM are identical original parts used by the car manufacturer when assembling a new vehicle on the production line.

They are manufactured by the same manufacturer, on the same equipment, from the same materials.

The only difference between Genuine and OEM may be in the labeling and packaging.

Genuine parts are branded with your vehicle's manufacturer and sold individually packaged (usually in a cardboard box).

OEM parts can be marked with the trademark of the manufacturer of components and assemblies and be without individual packaging (usually in a plastic bag).

Original spare parts are designed by the car manufacturer; they are of high quality, reliable and safe.