Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) June 02, 2012
Used engines play a big role in the business conducted by salvage yards and junkyards every day of the year. These companies buy and sell engines to businesses and vehicle owners that want to save money on engine replacements. The used engine quality can often differ from seller to seller and one retailer is changing its pricing structure to meet the overwhelming demand for used engines online. http://www.usedengines.co has expanded its Ford, Chevy, Jeep and Dodge inventory and restructured its pricing for salvage dealers, junkyards and average people to save extra money when buying any of these engines online. This reduced pricing is expected to remain throughout the entire spring and summer months.
Part of the allure of buying a used engine is the variety that is available in the secondary market. Most automotive dealerships stock brand new engines for the latest models from automakers. These engines are often used for swap outs if someone dislikes the engine that is installed in a brand new vehicle. These engines can be changed easily by dealership mechanics. An individual or business owner that has a vehicle older than 2005 can often find these engines much easier when buying from a used engine dealer. The Internet has opened up many new relationships between buyers and sellers and many of the traditional walls that have protected dealer-only pricing have been removed.
The link between buyers and sellers has strengthened in the last 10 years and many sellers are finding new markets selling used engines online. The quality of a used engine is one of the most difficult things for buyers to determine since the engines cannot be touched or started up before sale. The trust factor between buyer and seller is one of the most important things that sellers work hard to establish with a website. “We have put a lot of time and money into the development of our website,” said George Roan, IT Consultant for UsedEngines.co. “The link between our internal and Internet database allows us to deliver price quotes completely online for any vehicle,” added Roan.
News reports have confirmed that several automotive manufacturers have discontinued many brands or will discontinue them by the year 2013. The engines that are placed into these cars will eventually be phased out and business owners and individuals can search the used engine market for a discontinued engine. The change in price, website innovations and larger than average size of its inventory has made http://www.usedengines.co one of the leading sources online for used car, SUV and truck engines.
UsedEngines.co started in 2007 selling used engines to scrap, salvage and small engine dealers online. Blossoming sales in 2008 and 2009 lead to a warehouse expansion in 2010 and a completely upgraded Internet presence. Engines from every automaker are bought and sold each day from the UsedEngines.co website. Low prices, staffed called center and dyno tested engines have helped this retailer build one of America’s largest inventories of used automobile, truck and SUV engines. An extended engine warranty and faster than average freight delivery were added in February of 2012 to further the business expansion and focus on future innovations.