Birmingham, AL (PRWEB) April 15, 2014
The defunct Mercury vehicles brand in the U.S. is still being supported for used parts sales at the Got Transmissions company website. As a new special incentive, all 2001 Mercury Sable used transmissions have been discounted for complete web orders placed at http://gottransmissions.com/mercury-transmissions.html.
These new gearbox prices are one example of changes to the price policies for all in stock inventory distributed to the public. The 6F automatic editions that are now reduced for immediate sale are positioned to help buyers who have an immediate need to find a replacement for a better price online.
"The 6F gearboxes are a joint venture between Ford and General Motors and were only used during the 2008 and 2009 years in the Mercury brand," said one Got Transmissions source.
Because these unique builds are no longer being produced by Ford, complications can be experienced by buyers using offline sources to find used 6F transmissions for sale. The created sale pricing includes the cost of warranty protection that is now standard on all preowned units that are shipped inside the U.S.
"The transmission price changes that we're supplying are just one part of the programs that each customer receives upon successful order completion this year," said the source.
The Got Transmissions website inventory featuring all Mercury Sable gearboxes has been modified to showcase the new prices to the public. A person who is not ready to purchase inventory can still access the automated search platform to begin comparing different retailer costs from the homepage.
The GotTransmissions.com company uses its Internet resources to educate parts purchasers seeking used replacement transmissions for sale. This company now features more than 1000 different gearboxes that are meant for installation into American and imported vehicles. The GotTransmissions.com website offers access to price data and other information that is difficult for purchasers to locate using various resources. The new warranty terms and policies for freight removal costs have improved the number of orders processed this year in the U.S. Consumers now access company customer service staff through a new phone system.