The changes in sale price that are now effective were created as one way to add to the assurance of our inventory that is shipped domestically
Baton Rouge, LA (PRWEB) March 22, 2014
Acquisitions that are underway by one engine company in the U.S. have resulted in the creation of a better price structure for consumers. The Got Engines company is selling its 2005 Ford Escape used engines with a new sale price at http://www.gotengines.com/ford/rebuilt-ford-engines.html.
This lowering of the retail price will affect the 2.3 Duratec editions that are now in stock and shipping to consumers this year. The adjusted pricing is made possible partly due to changes made in domestic suppliers. New sources of Duratec motor suppliers are now in use to supply consumer orders.
"The changes in sale price that are now effective were created as one way to add to the assurance of our inventory that is shipped domestically," said one GotEngines.com company source.
The Escape used motors that are now lowered in retail price are related to the V6 F150 motors that have received a similar discount. The 4.2 and other edition V6 motors in the F-Series inventory for sale at the Got Engines company are now benefiting from better prices created this year.
"The truck and SUV motors that are marketed by our company this year have received equal discounts to help the public purchase units at a lower cost," the source said.
The GotEngines.com website is now designed to present more pricing data online for consumers. The Escape used motors that are now reduced in sale price can be reviewed for the 2.3 and 3.0 editions in stock when using the completely automated price tool now installed on the homepage.
The GotEngines.com company is one of the national sources to locate used vehicle motors at prices that are below standard retail sticker prices marketed by sellers online. This company uses more than one source to compile the motors that are now listed on the GotEngines.com website. The company staff helps to support all purchasers of automotive engines through a toll-free phone center and Internet portal. New inventory is acquired and added to the warehouse each week of the year to support researchers of replacement engines.