Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) May 28, 2014
The half decade of production by GM in the U.S. to support sedan auto manufacturing introduced the Cobalt to auto buyers. Current owners of the Cobalt can now depend on the Got Engines company to find 2008 Chevy Cobalt used engines through the GM inventory at gotengines.com.
A modification to companies supplying General Motors brand vehicle engines this year has lead to the acquiring of the Cobalt brand. Consumers can currently purchase the 2.2, 2.0 or 2.4 Ecotec four-cylinder motors with a lower than market sale price after accessing the GotEngines.com website.
"We're now selling the LE5, LAP and L61 motors that are used regularly in the sedan series of GM vehicles produced for the American market," said a Got Engines service specialist.
The Cobalt is one of the latest vehicles that is supported for used motor vehicle engines at the GotEngines.com company website. An earlier inclusion this year for older Ecotec four-cylinder builds was completed to improve customer choices upon checkout.
"The Ecotec motors used in the Chevrolet Cobalt rely on 145 horsepower to 205 horsepower in most applications and our inventory preserves these power levels," said the service specialist.
The Got Engines website has been adjusted to alert consumers of the new inclusions of General Motors used engines for sale. The immediate matching service for sticker prices that exists for use on the homepage can be useful to a person who is comparing motor vehicle engine costs before buying.
The GotEngines.com company sells motors that are purchased as a replacement for original units by consumers online. The stock of preowned inventory this company promotes in the USA changes monthly as different agencies join the second hand network. The GotEngines.com company uses its talented to team to find motors that are low in price and that always include a consumer warranty plan. The toll-free number this company uses for customer support is a new service for this year.