The change in price now announced for the automatic Lincoln transmissions for sale is one of the many Ford Motor Company related discounts found in our inventory.
Lexington, KY (PRWEB) April 27, 2014
The LS series of Lincoln vehicles sold in the U.S. market is now supported from the luxury parts division of the Got Transmissions company. A new Internet sales discount is now available for consumers buying Lincoln LS used transmissions for sale at
This price change is expected to help more consumers find quality parts at a better price compared to paying full retail for luxury Lincoln automotive parts. All orders that go through the Got Transmissions website or placed by phone are eligible for the new Internet discount program.
"The change in price now announced for the automatic Lincoln transmissions for sale is one of the many Ford Motor Company related discounts found in our inventory," a GotTransmissions company source said.
The gearboxes that are positioned for retail sale through the company website this year are each paired with a better warranty coverage plan. Changes were made to the one year warranty terms this month. All new changes can be viewed at http://gottransmissions.com/warranty.html.
"The expansion of our inventory and new price incentives for the public are some of the ways that we're building a new client base this year," the source confirmed.
The Got Transmissions company has improved the ways that used components can be searched through its inventory tool on the website this year. The new digital process removes many of the complications that come with price discovery and comparisons of auto parts.
The GotTransmissions.com company offers discounts for most brands of vehicle gearboxes that are available in the United States. This company uses the strength of its buying team to acquire resources that contribute to a growing inventory online. The GotTransmissions.com company offers free shipping for its inventory as well as other programs that are created to help consumers. The auto parts search services added for access on the website this year are helping to cut out independent research using other sources.