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Wagan

It was in 1983 when WAGAN Corporation entered the market and saw the need for innovation in the automotive accessory business as well as a need for quality products to fit in today's high-tech and busy lifestyle. During the early 1990's WAGAN introduced the "Wooden Bead Seat Cover" (WBSC) and sold about 4 million pieces each year. The WBSC was distributed everywhere from department stores and retail chains from Sears, The Sharper Image, and Safeway, to convenient stores and neighborhood drugstores. Gearing towards today's mobile professional, the WAGAN TechT Mobile Consumer Electronics and Power Inverter series are used in vehicles and planes to run electronic appliances as if they are running in a SOHO environment. WAGAN's Power Supply line provides emergency power for household appliances, computers, and fax machines for the unexpected blackouts or simply while traveling. Now, as WAGAN Tech Line, products are making the consumer driving experience comfortable as well as enjoyable. Their products are making it easier for today's mobile professionals to do their job and fulfill their needs. They are constantly developing new products to tailor the vehicles into tomorrow's high-tech "Office-on-the-Go".

Tires & Wheels

In this category you'll find the individual wheels and tires, as well as complete wheel and tire packages. You'll also find the accessories including lug nuts, tools, TPMS sensors and the small parts that go with the wheels and tires of your BMW or MINI.

BMW and MINI vehicles have a reputation for expensive and difficult cars to service, repair, and maintain and that's because dealerships and repair shops charge a lot of money to do what amounts to basic, simple tasks. With the help of Bavarian Autosport, you can do it yourself and save thousands of dollars over the time you own your BMW or MINI. It's our mission to give you the resources like free technical help, 1000+ Q&A's, and more than 100 DIY videos on our blog, that will make nearly any repair or maintenance task easy and inexpensive to do yourself.

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