Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) March 15, 2014
The luxury cars market in the U.S. continues to grow and one used parts company is now offering more discounts to purchasers in 2014. The Got Engines company is now discounting its 2000 Buick Regal used motors for all sales made through the Internet at http://www.gotengines.com/buick/buick-engines.html.
The lowered prices for these motors apply to more than one unit that is now in stock. The standard 3.8 V6 motor as well as the supercharged editions are included in the drop in price. These 3800 series II motors are part of the overall GM inventory that is now under brand new pricing for orders this year.
"The Regal is one of the top Buick brands and we're now rewarding customers with a better price tag for purchasing motors from our website," said a GotEngines.com company source.
The sale prices that are now attached to replacement units at the Got Engines website is a new strategy going forward in the secondary parts business. While some companies continue to sell luxury parts at retail prices, the lowered sticker prices are now designed to give options to purchasers who value discounts.
"The V6 inventory of engines that are featured inside of our inventory are each provided with a no charge OEM warranty apart from our announced sale prices," the source said.
The GotEngines.com website is now giving consumers access to more inventory information. The listings that used to be featured online have been moved inside of the database program that is now responsible for delivering prices, warranty data and any related shipment information to American consumers this year.
The GotEngines.com company is continuing the parts discounts through 2014 that were first setup in 2007 in the United States. This company has arranged hundreds of different sellers in North America providing the engines inventory now available. The GotEngines.com company website features 21st century automated tools that are now used to supply inventory information and complete price data to any system user. The limited warranty plans and new policies for domestic shipments have attracted new sources of consumers to purchase company inventory this year.