Indianapolis, Indiana (PRWEB) April 26, 2013
Cummins engines have remained a popular choice for replacement diesel engines. This company is one of the largest producers of automotive engines outside of Ford and General Motors. The GotDieselEngines.com company has made new additions to its company this year and is now discounting its 4BT engine for sale online. This popular van motor can be purchased in the 3.9 displacement for its new low price at http://www.gotdieselengines.com.
Few inline four-cylinder diesel engines have been produced that have remained in production. The smaller size and direct competition from automakers creating V8 and larger sizes has shortened the lifespan of some variants created.
The Cummins company launched its I4 edition of the B series engines for direct installation into trucks and vans. The new discounted pricing found online for the 4BT series is offered as one customer incentive.
The GotDieselEngines.com company has recently announced changes to its database online. A new update was made this year that links pricing from more than one resource online. The programming that has taken place for the diesel side of the company inventory now makes it possible for pricing to be compared easier.
This new search tool now includes national and local distributors of various diesel engines for customers. This easy to use system remains in place online and receives regular updates for customers.
The GotDieselEngines.com company is one example of a retailer that has expanded its business using the Internet. This company has made its name selling offline to trade companies and has recently changed its business practices to sell to the public. The number of motors that are now quoted and shipped by this company each year exceeds previous year figures. The company manangement at the GotDieselEngines.com company helps to streamline the acquisition of popular motor types to build the available inventory one unit at a time. From warranty protection to faster shipments, this company is growing in the secondary market.