The Zetec ruled the auto industry in compact cars until the mid-1990s
Orlando, Florida (PRWEB) August 09, 2013
The four-cylinder engine platform created by Ford has gone through different changes in each decade as technology has been advanced. The GotEngines.com company sells used Ford motors directly from its online inventory to American buyers. This company is announcing its salvage prices for used Zetec engine inventory for Ford cars at http://www.gotengines.com/blog/ford-engines/zetec-engine.
"The Zetec ruled the auto industry in compact cars until the mid-1990s," said an associate from the Got Engines company. Vehicles like the Escort, Focus and other editions that helped build Ford confidence with consumers made use of the different Zetec displacements.
Engine mileage is now a factor when a buyer considers purchasing a unit for replacement. The salvage industry generally promotes low pricing for replacement engines although mileage is usually high for these units. The near salvage pricing that is announced for the used Zetec motors for sale is attached to lower mileage units.
"The old benchmark used to be 100,000 miles before an engine wore out," the associate added. Continuous advancements with engine engineering and digital technologies has improved the mileage benchmark that many automakers use to assure vehicle owners when using specific engine types. The Got Engines company specializes in finding lower mileage motors that are expertly tested.
Aside from the Ford sale pricing announced to public buyers, engine units from General Motors that include the Chevrolet brands have received similar pricing in this quarter of 2013. The comparable Ecotec and other smaller edition 4-cylinder engines are now under new terms of pricing for consumer sales. All inventory that has been marked down is available for viewing on the company website.
The GotEngines.com company has listed its discounted used engines for sale on the Internet since 2007 and continuously monitors its price levels to remain competitive online. Most brands of engines created by global automakers can be researched using search tools that have been programmed for consumers to use online. The GotEngines.com price structures combined with its efforts of acquisition continues to provide alternatives in the secondary market industry for locating vintage automobile engines. The company support number and limited warranty inclusions are recent benefits announced for buyers of motors online.