Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) May 11, 2014
The compact car industry in the U.S. is still partly supported by sales of components for auto owners. The Got Transmissions company is announcing its sale pricing for 1998 Pontiac Grand Am transmission inventory in used condition at http://gottransmissions.com/pontiac-transmissions.html.
The editions now in stock are 4T60E units that were one of the builds used towards the end of the production period for the Grand Am in the U.S. These electronic controlled units are designed to function correctly with the 3.1 V6 motors used most often in the late 1990s Pontiac cars.
"The passenger vehicle inventory of transmissions that is now supplied in the GM inventory is expected to introduce our better pricing to U.S. buyers," said a Got Transmissions source.
The lower sale prices that are fixed with our assemblies through the 2015 year are one phase of price changes now complete. A modification to the terms of shipment for all domestic orders has helped remove the freight company charges normally added to processed sales.
"Purchasers are not only benefiting from a better price point, but can take advantage of no charge freight shipments with each order," said the source.
The Got Transmissions website is now supplying a faster way to connect with available inventory online. Programming changes have helped create a parts location system to assist consumers with reviewing transmission pricing and terms of warranty protection.
The GotTransmissions.com company supplies vehicle transmissions at prices that are lower than average retail marketed through different dealerships throughout North America. The company suppliers have contributed to building a better inventory of gearboxes marketed in 2014. The GotTransmissions.com company staff are currently supporting callers to the company using a toll-free phone center. Information about warranties, shipping and other services offered is now distributed to U.S. callers this year.