The V8 brand of engines that are found using our company inventory search tools now includes the Chevrolet, GMC and other units that have been used across the pickup truck inventory in the U.S.
Winter Park, FL (PRWEB) October 11, 2013
Obtaining warranty information for used automotive parts that are attached to a high mileage engine can be one of the most difficult things for a buyer to accomplish. The Got Engines company has now reworked its warranty plans to offer new coverage to engine buyers. This company is offering 3-year Chevy parts warranties on V8 used engines at http://www.gotengines.com/blog/chevy-engines/chevy-53-v8-engines.
This new coverage for parts warranties is part of a new structure that is applied to the General Motors inventory listed online. The new coverage extends the V6 policies that were announced in early 2013 and are now added the protection of the V8 editions that are most commonly used for Chevrolet and GMC brands. This coverage is now offered at no cost to buyers.
The Got Engines website search system was upgraded to include full pricing information for all motors that are listed as in stock online. Engine buyers who are seeking the V8 warranty terms can view the purchase price of all engines in stock using this new form of research added to the resources posted online.
"The V8 brand of engines that are found using our company inventory search tools now includes the Chevrolet, GMC and other units that have been used across the pickup truck inventory in the U.S.," said a source from the Got Engines company.
The announced warranty upgrade for the GM produced used Chevy motors in stock is part of a plan to introduce engine buyers to new services offered online. A policy change to the shipment incentives that are provided by the Got Engines company was announced in the spring of this year. All motors that are purchased under these new terms are shipped without costs for freight.
"The no charge warranties for Chevy parts and parts on other automaker engines are in addition to the free shipments that are now made for U.S. buyers seeking low mileage motor replacements online," the source added.
The GM, Dodge and Ford inventories that are marketed by the GotEngines.com website are now added on a more regular basis this year. Several new partnerships have helped to improve the supply chain that is currently used to supply the general public with replacement engines from this secondary resource online.
The GotEngines.com company retails modern or vintage previously owned engines that are purchased through company partners and now supplies these motors for reduced prices on the company website. Company staff actively participates in the acquisition process to provide a larger inventory direct for engine buyers in North America to search daily online. The GotEngines.com company has set up a national number that is accessible through a toll-free system that is available for direct customer assistance offline. The online systems that are available for researching the company inventory are updated by company staff each day.