Our website now provides more ways for purchasers to reduce the cost of replacing a diesel motor and future changes in price are scheduled for later this year.
Birmingham, AL (PRWEB) May 18, 2014
New price changes announced by one auto components retailer online are creating new opportunities for consumers to save money. The Got Diesel Engines company has launched its special Internet price structure for all used Navistar DT-466 engines in stock at http://gotdieselengines.com.
The DT series is one of the newest arrivals to the Internet inventory marketed to diesel buyers in 2014. The 466 series is now paired alongside other Navistar and subsidiary brands that are currently promoted with discount price structures for buyers.
"Our website now provides more ways for purchasers to reduce the cost of replacing a diesel motor and future changes in price are scheduled for later this year," a rep at the Got Diesel Engines website said.
The price change announced for the Navistar brand is one of a number of changes enabled to help consumers buying motors. The issuance of a better shipment policy for U.S. orders announced last month has created a faster way to receive ordered engines.
"The speed of shipment mixed with our new suppliers of replacement motors has added to our sales success over the course of this year," the rep added.
The Got Diesel Engines website now supplies information about prices and warranty protection through a digital database. This auto industry linked tool is designed to meet the needs of online buyers although the toll-free line is still in place for customer service.
The GotDieselEngines.com company supplies diesel motor inventory for prices that are well below the standard pricing found through auction companies or other distributors. The prices that consumers pay for motors through the company warehouse include warranty coverage. The GotDieselEngines.com website was started in 2009 and continues to support daily services for buyers. The toll-free phone number used for customer service is a new method of supplying price data to offline engine purchasers in the U.S.