Each motor that we sell is given our standard 30-point inspection process to make sure that our units meet or exceed quality levels expected by our buyers.
San Jose, California (PRWEB) August 21, 2013
Chevrolet pickup trucks are the number one seller for General Motors in the United States. Engine development for this brand is considered one of the reasons for the higher consumer confidence. The GotEngines.com company is now selling Chevrolet engines for trucks online in V8 builds at http://www.gotengines.com/blog/replacement-engines/truck-engines.
"We've upgraded our entire inventory this year and included more vintage types for used truck owners," said a warehouse supervisor for the Got Engines company.
The classic edition motors used in the 1970s and 1980s Chevy pickup trucks can be harder to find on the open market due to the retention ratio of Chevy trucks.
New companies in the engine supply industry have joined the supply chain for the Got Engines company to broaden the types of motors that can be acquired.
"Each motor that we sell is given our standard 30-point inspection process to make sure that our units meet or exceed quality levels expected by our buyers," the supervisor added.
This process applies to the Chevrolet motors in V6 and V8 sizes and other automaker builds that are offered in the truck inventory.
Limited warranty protection plans were introduced earlier in 2013 for all customers to benefit upon sale. These terms are now updated to include more OEM part types that were not previously covered. This warranty applies to all in stock units found through the GotEngines.com search systems posted online for engine research.
Consumers who take interest in exploring all company updates can follow the company announcements by visiting the content management portion of the company website. This section at http://www.gotengines.com/blog now includes all news, price changes, warranty details and engine types that are added online.
The GotEngines.com company retails its engine types to a national customer base at prices that are lower than retail prices listed from some sellers. This company has added its late model units as well as vintage units that are requested for older vehicles inside the company inventory. The GotEngines.com company selects engines that are low in mileage count and in better exterior condition compared with some engine types found on the Internet. This company manages to place low sticker prices on all of its units through its partnerships with engine providers in the U.S.