The front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive sport utility vehicles from Chevrolet are now part of our warranty package for consumers
Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) May 26, 2015
The Equinox created by GM for its Chevrolet SUV brand was introduced in the year 2005 and is still being produced for consumers in the United States. Because this vehicle uses more than one motor block, the Preowned Engines company is announcing its warranty change for all used Chevy Equinox engines in stock at http://preownedengines.com/used-chevy-equinox-engine.
A brand new coverage plan to provide a layer of protection for installed OEM parts on the I4 and V6 blocks used in the Equinox crossover SUV is now in place at the POE website. Every order that consumers place between now and the end of the year will automatically be upgraded to the new warranty plan.
"The front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive sport utility vehicles from Chevrolet are now part of our warranty package for consumers," said one Preowned Engines company source.
The revised OEM components coverage plans that are now supplied at the time of ordering do require a consumer to activate the coverage. A special link will be provided during web checkout procedure to allow a person to upgrade the traditional coverage into the new parts coverage policy at no cost.
"The L, LS, 1LT and 2LT are among the trim types of vehicles that are now covered with the new protection we're offering for our used motors," the source included.
Consumers who have inventory questions or need further information about components that are or are not covered in the coverage policies can now direct their questions to the customer service team at the POE company at 1-866-320-1065.
The PreownedEngines.com company leads the used condition vehicle motors market by lowering its prices and offering warranty plans for consumers. The company now provides more than a thousand different automaker brands of inventory. The PreownedEngines.com company uses its enabled web ordering center to help consumers order replacement vehicle motors seven days a week in the USA.