Miami, FL (PRWEB) May 26, 2014
The reduction of retail pricing is one move now in place at the Got Transmissions company as a created incentive to attract more auto parts consumers online. The costs for used Chevy transmissions have been reduced to new levels viewable at http://gottransmissions.com/used-transmissions.html.
The Midwestern distributors now accessed in the nationwide auto components supplier network at the Got Transmissions company have directly contributed to the lowered costs. All Internet orders that are submitted when quotations are verified for pricing are eligible for the markdowns that are now in place for Chevy units.
"Paying less for automobile parts is a strategy that we've integrated into our efforts to achieve a lower point of sale price for the public when buying replacement GM family gearboxes," said a Got Transmissions sales expert.
The Chevrolet assemblies that are now revised in price represent quality editions that are certified internally before an order is shipped. The certification of used transmissions is now an important element in the retail industry to prove to consumers that the bearings, springs and modules inside of transmissions are working flawlessly.
"The change in the list prices that we've announced for the Chevrolet assemblies will not impact the length of warranty coverage that is currently issued as standard protection with each order," the sales expert said.
The promoted reduction in MSRP is one of the most recent announcements completed by the Got Transmissions company in 2014. The customer service upgrades are now finished and contact with support personnel takes place through the nationally accepted number at 1-866-320-1182.
The GotTransmissions.com company has improved its resources for the public to access from its automotive portal online this year. The company second hand inventory is now reviewed, ordered and shipped to American buyers who request low mileage gearboxes for sale. The GotTransmissions.com company is expected to improve the numbers of inventory available over the next several years thanks in part to the new auto industry companies that are contributing assemblies in the company warehouse.