Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 25, 2014
Cadillac is now one of the supported motor vehicle types in the Got Transmissions inventory for this year. A new entry to the inventory is positioned to help more consumers locate replacement parts. The 1998 Cadillac Deville transmission is now for sale at http://gottransmissions.com/cadillac-transmissions.html.
The seventh generation builds of the Deville gearboxes are now marketed to consumers with an attached sale price. The 4T60 transmission is the primary unit now in stock to support researchers hoping to find the 4T60 GM assemblies. The 1998 and later Deville assemblies in stock are now shipping in the U.S.
"The transmissions inventory that we're now allowing consumers to explore through our website provides automatic and manual options for Cadillac vehicles," said a GotTransmissions.com source.
The used condition inventory that is currently marketed this year has been improved with better terms for U.S. shipments. New haulers have been included in the national network of carriers to help supply better shipment rates to consumers ordering used engines.
"We're now able to ship most engines free of charge inside the U.S. for any make or model that is found on our website," said the source.
The Got Transmissions company has improved its customer services in 2014 by adding a toll-free access number to its call center. Consumers who are not reviewing prices or warranty options using the company website can now call 1-866-320-1182 offline.
The GotTransmissions.com company has remained a definitive source for consumers to compare transmission pricing from more than one source in America. This company has opened its database of inventory that is now searchable through its homepage. The GotTransmissions.com company has hired a trained team of service specialists now providing inventory information and services seven days a week. The shipping services, warranty policies and low pricing have all contributed to increased orders from the company website over the past 36 months online.