All of the E85 385 horsepower motors now in stock are covered by our long-term warranty plan that is structured to protect buyers from OEM components failures
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) May 13, 2015
The Super Duty pickup truck series that is still in active production at the Ford Motor Company is being supported with replacement motors at the Preowned Engines company this year. All Ford F250 6.2L used engines are now under a V8 warranty policy to extend protection to buyers at http://preownedengines.com/ford-f250-6-2l-engine-used.
The 2-valve single overhead cam editions that are now featured with better warranty coverage are being shipped out for a discounted price. Because the models in stock are used, specialty distributor pricing is now helping to lower the regular selling price of the 6.2-liter builds.
"All of the E85 385 horsepower motors now in stock are covered by our long-term warranty plan that is structured to protect buyers from OEM components failures," said one PreownedEngines.com rep.
Continued inventory support for the F-Series pickup trucks at the Preowned Engines company is expected to provide the inventory resources that regular people do not have in smaller cities. Some consumers who do not live near Dallas or Detroit can have more problems finding used inventory that includes a full parts warranty plan.
"The gasoline and diesel truck motors that we are retailing this year are both qualified for the new longer term V8 warranty protection policies," the rep included.
The PreownedEngines.com company has also updated its listings of Chevrolet Silverado V8 motors this month. A similar OEM parts coverage policy is now being created to assist GM vehicle owners when ordering a second hand motor block in V8 or V6 size in 2015.
The PreownedEngines.com company retails to consumers, auto mechanics and resellers of vehicle motors in the United States. The company provides web access to automobile motor blocks built after 1980. The PreownedEngines.com company has added a customer service center to its support solutions this year to expedite offline ordering and processing of information requests.