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TMCNet:  Chevy Truck Engine Sale Announced by Used Engines Retailer

[October 07, 2013]

Chevy Truck Engine Sale Announced by Used Engines Retailer

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Olympia, Washington (PRWEB) October 07, 2013 Chevrolet pickup trucks feature more than one size of engine that is used in V6 and V8 configurations. A truck owner or other buyer seeking a used condition replacement engine is now expected to immediately benefit from inventory that is marketed by the Got Engines company. A Chevy truck engine sale is now ongoing at

The various engine types that have been used to provide the recognized GM horsepower and performance are currently included in the new sale pricing announced. The Vortec platform includes the 4.3, 5.3 and 5.7 sizes that were used in most trucks produced from 1985 to 2003.

The actual sale price that is attached with each of these units can be found when using the company inventory search system added online. This method of price research is one of the upgrades that are now introduced to Chevy engine buyers.

This Got Engines company exclusive is making it simpler for any engine buyer to access the sale pricing that is attached with each unit for sale.

The company database is now offered for consumer use and showcases the complete used engines inventory that is held for GMC, Chevy and other GM produced brands.

"Our inventory is now growing at a rapid pace due to changes in our engine supply chain that have been introduced this year to benefit each buyer of engines who visits our company website," a seller for the company said.

The Vortec platform of engines included with the announced sale pricing includes units that are lower in mileage count. The high resale value of General Motors inventory has placed more emphasis on finding an engine with lowered mileage for instant replacement in pickup trucks. This Got Engines inventory that has been reduced in price now includes these low mileage units.

"Aside from the low mileage count that we're offering, each unit displayed through the engines search system used online is now paired with our updated warranty coverage," the seller confirmed.

The attachment of this coverage is now one example of changes that are made to assist consumers after an engine purchase has been made. These changes allow up to a 24-month period of time for coverage to remain after a customer has installed an engine in a Chevy, Ford, Dodge or other brand of vehicle.

About The company now retails used replacement engines that are sourced through automotive partners in North America. The engines that are acquired through these relationships are inspected for quality and now offered for direct consumer sale on the company website. The company has installed a quotation system that consumers now used to price the current company inventory. The system is used to supply warranty details, shipment information and give immediate access to researchers of replacement motors online. A toll-free customer service number is now in use nationally as a contact method for engine buyers.

Read the full story at (c) 2013 PRWEB.COM Newswire

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