Flagstaff, AZ (PRWEB) March 26, 2014
Celica is one of the top name brands in the Toyota company that was recently discontinued for U.S. sale. The Got Engines company is now providing a new source of motors inventory that features lower prices this year. All Toyota Celica used engine prices are now decreased for domestic sales at http://www.gotengines.com.
These discount prices apply to the 1.8 and 2.0 motors that are offered for shipment. The decision to lower these popular motor prices is based on the continued demand from second hand automotive parts purchasers who are unable to find lower than retail pricing from other North American sources.
"Our inventory is one of the largest in the preowned industry for import motors and our new prices reflect our recent acquisitions of foreign motors," said one GotEngines.com source.
The used Celica engines that are now sold for lowered prices is one method of promotion used by the Got Engines company to alert consumers of new price structures. A recent policy change has been completed that affects the length of import motor warranties applied to all in stock motors shippable this year.
"We're one of the few independent companies that are now supplying better OEM warranty terms for parts attached to used engines for all orders," said the source.
The GotEngines.com website has been updated to include the announced price changes for the Celica brand of engines as well as the correct inventory numbers. Consumers who search for available motors on the homepage can now gain entry to the digitized warehouse locator to produce the current sale pricing.
The GotEngines.com company is continuing with its discount prices in 2014 for used vehicle engines of all makes and models. This company has updated its website with new inventory that is currently available for domestic shipments. The GotEngines.com company has recently invested into different technology for researching the available warehouse inventory of replacement engines available this year. The new company shipping policies and updated warranty packages for each engine for sale has contributed to an overall increase in U.S. shipments since the year 2007.