Chevy Cobalt Engine in Used 2.4 Size Now for Sale at

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Chevy Cobalt engine in used 2.4 size is now sold online at the company. These Ecotec builds are genuine motors that are offered as used to lower the prices that buyers pay when replacing an authentic GM built motor.

Chevy Cobalt Engine
The Ecotec is the new family of engines engineered by GM,

General Motors produced its Cobalt vehicle from 2004 to 2010 as a replacement for the retired Cavalier. Consumers seeking an engine for this vehicle can now purchase the Chevy cobalt engine in 2.4 size direct from the company.

These authentic GM builds are removed from operational vehicles and inspected to validate all specs prior to a consumer sale. These 2.4 engines have joined the 2.0 Ecotec builds that already exist in the company inventory online.

"The Ecotec is the new family of engines engineered by GM," a seller from the company said.

These I4 motors are a smaller version of the trusted Vortec series that has helped many brands in the General Motors family to rule the V8 engines industry.

The Cobalt, Malibu and other vehicles that have used the 2.4 Ecotec motors have publicized this engine brand as a competitor to the Ford Duratec series that is popular with the Fusion and Focus editions. These compact cars and sedans now receive increased fuel economy due partly to expansions of fuel technologies.

"The Cobalt was retired in 2010 and engines can be scarce if consumers are requesting low mileage," the seller added. Some brands that can be found for immediate sale online have more than 100,000 miles on the block that could weaken the performance.

The Chevy Cobalt engine types that are listed by the Used Engines company online are low in count for mileage and undergo the service inspections before these are place into inventory for sale. The complete GM inventory of used motors for sale can be reviewed on the website.


The company now retails hundreds of different preoowned motors that can be purchased direct by consumers online. This company has expanded its offerings in 2013 and is now one popular resource to use when locating motors for sale. The company launched the first edition of its consumer website in 2009 and remains a leader in online used engine sales. Company quotation systems were installed earlier in the year and these now distribute over 90 percent of the quotes in price that are requested by consumers daily.

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