ACDelco parts are now available for purchase on the Supercheap Auto website

When it comes to big names in motoring and motorsport, ACDelco and Supercheap Auto are two names that often stand out.
“ACDelco parts have been preferred by the automotive trade industry for over 50 years and, in an exciting new development, selected ACDelco products are now available for purchase in Australia on the Supercheap Auto website,” ACDelco General Manager Marketing, Chris Payne, said.
“(It was) timely to announce this partnership days before the opening round of the 2024 Supercars Championship season at Bathurst, as both brands are huge supporters of Australian motorsport.”
ACDelco Service Kits are available for most makes and models, including Holden Commodore, Ford Ranger, Toyota Hilux, Toyota Camry, Isuzu D-Max, Mitsubishi Triton and many more.
“Ordering an ACDelco Service Kit for a vehicle is as easy as typing in the rego and searching for ACDelco Service Kits,” Chris said.
“The kits are available as a ‘Click and Collect,’ or delivered straight to your door and most ACDelco Service Kits come with a fuel filter, oil filter, air filter and, where applicable, a cabin filter.
“They have almost everything you need to get the job done and represent great value for money.”
ACDelco is currently running a special offer – simply purchase an ACDelco Service Kit from Supercheap Auto and receive a Gen3 Camaro Supercar Pull Back Racer (Terms and Conditions of sale apply and can be viewed at, is subject to availability and is offered on a while stocks last basis).
At the recent Supercars season opener, ACDelco had an on-track presence thanks to the brand’s support of Aaron Borg in his Isuzu D-Max SuperUte and Jarrod Hughes who has made the move to the Super2 Series in a Holden ZB Commodore.
In Supercars, ACDelco is also proudly associated with Red Bull Ampol Racing, Team 18 and, for the opening round of the season, also with Matt Stone Racing.

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