Syracuse, NY (PRWEB) April 13, 2014
The famed S series in the Saturn lineup at the GM company is now one vehicle brand that is being supported for replacement parts at the Got Engines company. The Saturn car engines for S model vehicles are now in stock and listed for direct sale from the used inventory at http://www.gotengines.com/saturn/saturn-reconditioned-engines.html.
The 1.9 series motors are promoted with a new price point to allow individuals seeking lower than retail pricing to benefit. Selected agencies are now being used to acquire the new Saturn inventory and this has helped to supply discount pricing that is now marketed to purchasers.
"The Saturn brand was terminated in 2010 although many U.S. consumers and business owners continue to use these vehicles for transportation purposes," said a GotEngines.com company source.
The popularity of the S series brand has helped to fuel the demand in the engines market in the U.S. Because the S series used only one type of motor, locating adequate supply through some retail markets can still be a disappointing venture to purchasers of secondary market engines.
"Advantages to our 1.9 inventory, apart from the lowered pricing, is the attachment of a respected warranty policy that is now supplied to purchasers at no cost," the source said.
The Got Engines company is now acquiring more terminated vehicle brands of engines for inclusion in its marketed inventory this year. All announcements for units for sale will now be provided through selected media partners picked to issue the company news on the Internet.
The GotEngines.com company is one of the North American retailers providing discounted rates for vehicle engines and other automotive accessories on the Internet. This company has devoted its website to providing immediate price research for purchasers. The GotEngines.com company inventory now grows on a monthly basis for import and domestic automaker brands. The policies for warranty protection and new shipment incentives created this year have expanded sales to more states in the U.S. to help auto parts purchasers take advantage of new ways to save money.