The GMC brand of motor vehicles is now supported for replacement engines through our preowned inventory and most engine types produced over the past 15 years are now for sale.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) June 27, 2014
New development for GMC vans at the GM company started in 1996 and a new following of van owners has been assembled. The Got Engines company is now selling GMC Savana engine assemblies from its used inventory online at http://gotengines.com.
The motors that are currently available to purchase include the Vortec V6 and V8 models that are popular in the Chevrolet and GMC van series for the American market. The displacements that are now offered for retail sale includes 4.3, 5.7, 6.5 and 8.1 editions.
"The GMC brand of motor vehicles is now supported for replacement engines through our preowned inventory and most engine types produced over the past 15 years are now for sale," said a GotEngines.com source.
The available used motor vehicle engines that are currently shipping this year for GMC brands of vehicles are now distributed with a new protection plan to help consumers. Because typical warranty programs last less than six months from second hand suppliers, a 3-year term is now being supplied.
"The used van motors that we're now selling includes the warranty coverage at no cost to any engine buyer shipping motors within the continental United States," said the source.
The Got Engines company has focused new efforts around providing faster customer support this year. A toll-free line is now one phase of the updated customer support now provided at 1-866-320-1065. This is in addition to the automatic price generation tool that is installed online.
The GotEngines.com company has remained a top-tier seller of used vehicle motors for a discount price level over the Internet. The company started selling its reduced priced motors nearly a decade ago and has continued its mission to support American auto parts buyers. The GotEngines.com company is now positioned to offer warranty protection and same day shipment services to all consumers who place engine orders through the company network.