Used 2.2 Ecotec Engine Receives Four-Cylinder Price Drop for GM Motor Buyers Online at Got Engines

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Used 2.2 Ecotec engine inventory has received a new price for the four-cylinder units now sold to GM buyers at the company. These engines are part of the new discount structures created as buyer incentives this year to decrease motor install costs.

Used 2.2 Ecotec Engine
These four-cylinder enhancements are building up the current supply that is researched by auto owners and mechanics in all states in the U.S.

General Motors introduced its Generation II engine family in the year 2000 for its I4 series motors. This decade of production has increased the consumer demand on the secondary market for these engine replacements. The company has created a new price drop for its used 2.2 Ecotec engine inventory online at

These four-cylinder motors can now be purchased for a reduced online price as a special incentive. This lowered Ecotec engine pricing is scheduled to remain in place for an indefinite time period.

Multiple brands from the General Motors company have used the 2.2 Ecotec motor base. The Cavalier, Malibu and Cobalt are some examples of the recent productions that have relied upon the four-cylinder of Generation II variants. The fuel economy upgrades used with this engine series provided a boost in MPG compared with the 3.1 V6 that was common in the 1990s.

The Got Engines company has made multiple improvements to the General Motors inventory of engines that are marketed to the public online in 2013. These four-cylinder enhancements are building up the current supply that is researched by auto owners and mechanics in all states in the U.S.

“All GM series motors can be quoted in sale price by telephone or using the fast track quote method in place on the company website,” a representative from the Got Engines company said. The ability to reduce the amount of offline research required to find pricing and in stock notices is helping buyers of engines to purchase faster without errors.

New pages now published on the company website serve as informational resources to obtain data that would normally be found making phone calls or submitting questions to auction sellers. “The redesigned company website has helped simplify the researching and fulfillment of engines,” the source added.

The inclusion of the 2.2 four-cylinder engine types online is in recent addition to the V6 motors that were included during an inventory upgrade last month. The famed 3.1 series engines used for the Buick, Pontiac and Chevrolet series vehicles is now available for immediate purchae and was announced in a release at

These combinations of Chevrolet preowned motors is expanding the company reputation as a secondary market seller frequently providing incentives to buyers using the company website to research and purchase new or vintage replacement engines.


The company is a preowned engine seller online with one of the largest searchable inventories for preowned imported and American made motors. Professional engine wholesale companies and automotive suppliers are used to list the engines that are available on the company website. The price structures put in place for engine buyers to benefit remain at reduced levels due to the commitment to consumer satisfaction. Incentives for free shipments for all engines in stock were added this year to improve the selling price of each engine listed for sale online.

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