We're supporting nearly all U.S. and foreign automaker brands that are available on the secondary market to help construct a more efficient inventory for purchasers of auto parts.
Erie, PA (PRWEB) March 19, 2014
Lowered pricing for auto parts that are sold in the U.S. is one strategy now used by one automotive parts company. The Got Transmissions company has lowered its pricing for all 2004 Chrysler Sebring used transmissions that are available for domestic sales this year at http://gottransmissions.com/chrysler-transmissions.html.
The lowering of the promoted retail price is based on the changes made along the supply chain of company suppliers in 2014. Updated resources are now contributing to a new assortment of Chrysler brand transmissions that are now offered for domestic sale. Additional model years for the Sebring can be located using the price research tool now located on the homepage.
"We're supporting nearly all U.S. and foreign automaker brands that are available on the secondary market to help construct a more efficient inventory for purchasers of auto parts," said one Got Transmissions company source.
One change made to the transmissions inventory that now affects more than the Chrysler brand concerns the length of warranty protection. As a new coverage measure, updated terms are supplied to consumers who complete purchases online or offline this year. A new list of the covered parts in each gearbox is now supplied upon request when orders are complete.
"The parts coverage that is supplied along with the new drop in price are two examples of active changes that are designed to increase our gearbox distribution this year," said the source.
The GotTransmissions.com company support staff are now accessible through the offline support line at 1-866-320-1182 in the U.S. This support system is now helping more national customers who do not have Internet access to review the prices offered and learn about shipping programs for available used transmissions for sale.
The GotTransmissions.com company continues to promote discount prices for vehicle transmissions in North America. This company uses its acquisition team to create contracts and partnerships with retail agencies throughout the U.S. The GotTransmissions.com company has a programmed website featuring new research methods for the public this year. All of the discounts and different inventory incentives that are provided are now located in a central tool on the homepage. The warranty and shipping details that are crucial to successful transmission purchases are now supplied through this active tool.