San Diego, CA (PRWEB) March 07, 2014
The Optima from Kia has remained part of the U.S. auto market due partly to demand from consumers for entry-level passenger cars. The discounts now offered by one parts company is expected to help car owners and parts buyers equally. The Got Engines company is now providing discounts for 2004 Kia Optima used engines at http://www.gotengines.com/kia/rebuilt-kia-engines.html.
These supplied discounts are part of the extended foreign inventory sales program that was launched earlier in the year. The current price drop for Kia motors applies to the Theta builds that are now in stock. These include the 2.4. and 2.0 editions that are most common inside the Optima vehicle brand.
"We're one of the few dealers on the Internet supporting more foreign vehicle parts and complete engines in the USA this year," said one Got Engines company source.
The available discounts that are now announced are in line with additional company incentives introduced to boost customer assurance. The Got Engines company has arranged new relationships with delivery companies to eliminate the cost of freight for consumers.
"Any order for Kia or other brand motors through our website or phone system is shipped with no freight charges attached for purchasers," said the source.
The available 2.0 and 2.4 Kia engine discounts reflect the free shipping offers that are also in place this year. Every user of the GotEngines.com website can now view the available incentives and new inventory that is included through the warehouse system on the homepage.
The GotEngines.com company is one North American source for locating discount vehicle engines from top distributors. This company consistently networks with leading suppliers offering the best pricing and engine quality available. The GotEngines.com company now supports independent searches through its inventory research tool available on the Internet. The information that this company supplies to the general public helps with research and price comparisons for foreign and North American produced motors. A policy change that features warranty protection and free shipping is now part of the company incentives.