Orlando, FL (PRWEB) May 24, 2014
The heavy-duty pickup truck lineup in the North American market has improved in recent years thanks to the inclusion of diesel motors by automakers. The Got Engines website is now a source for the public to find 2002 GMC Sierra 2500HD used engines for sale in 6.6 and 6.0 size at http://gotengines.com.
The 2500 edition motors that are currently promoted for sale are preowned units derived from different suppliers throughout the United States. The Sierra brand of heavy-duty motors is a new inclusion to the Got Engines inventory and expected to attract attention from motor vehicle parts buyers.
"The 6.0 and 6.6 motors produced by GM are two of the largest builds that are found in consumer pickup trucks and we've added these units to open sales channels for buyers," a Got Engines salesman said.
The 2002 and up gasoline and diesel motors now distributed by the Got Engines company continues to provide a viable solution for consumers who are replacing a defective motor. A rewritten plan for warranty protection is now active to make sure that each motor shipped this year has a three-year period of coverage.
"The larger V8 motors and smaller editions for GM and other automakers available for purchase on the website are always covered under terms of warranty for buyers," the salesman included.
The Got Engines company has revised the tools that the public can access on its website this year to improve the way that a price can be compared among retailers. Because competition is fierce in the secondary motors market, sale prices are now displayed on request when accessing the modified price distribution tool on the website.
The GotEngines.com company offers previously owned condition motors that are available at discount sticker prices for purchasers in North America. The acquisitions of imported and American manufactured motors takes place by company staff daily. The GotEngines.com company has retained a large following of consumers who prefer the 21st century distribution model used in place of retail shops offline. The company customer service department now handles all requests for price delivery through a call center in place each day of the week from the company headquarters.