Our pricing plan has been scheduled to remain in effect until the current inventory of used Wrangler motors has been sold
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 27, 2015
The decision to install the Pentastar motor series in the Wrangler Jeeps in the U.S. in 2012 has created more consumer interest in 4x4 vehicles. To provide a way to replace a motor at a lower cost, the Got Engines company is now offering a special price for its used Jeep Wrangler Sahara V6 engines online at http://www.gotengines.com/blog/jeep-engines/jeep-wrangler-sahara-v6-engine.
Consumers will find the 3.6L V6 blocks pricing when using the price tool now at the GotEngines.com homepage. The builds that are priced lower are the 24-valve version of the Pentastar engine. These VVT enabled models are new entries into the warehouse of used units that is now accessible to web buyers.
"Our pricing plan has been scheduled to remain in effect until the current inventory of used Wrangler motors has been sold," said one Got Engines sales specialist.
The Sahara is one of the trim styles of Jeep SUVs that can now be fitted with the V6 3.6-liter blocks in the United States. A person not actively researching the web for a V6 block can still use the GotEngines.com website to find V8 or smaller builds. The entire Jeep inventory is now part of the price incentives in place.
"A person who might be concerned with mileage counts or warranty terms can find out this information when accessing our price tool," said the specialist.
The Got Engines company has expanded its phone system to provide a way to order all inventory that is sale priced. All discounts that are not published on the company website can be discovered by calling the order processing team at 1-866-320-1065.
The GotEngines.com company supplies automotive motor blocks that are certified preowned from its national headquarters. The company uses a network of dismantlers, salvage companies and corporate resellers to acquire what is sold to the public. The GotEngines.com company has increased its phone support staff in 2015 to handle more requests for orders and warranty claims through its call center.