Buying a New Remanufactured Engine Will Save You Hundreds Of Dollars

With new car prices approaching $30,000 and up, they are starting to climb to a ridiculous level where the average person really needs to plan ahead. More and more people are keeping their older cars and fixing them because it is much more attractive and costs thousands of dollars less.

The overall manufacturing of today’s vehicles is done extremely well. It is not out of the question for the average driver to get upwards of over 150,000 miles if preventative maintenance is performed and the vehicle is taken care of.  Most modern vehicles are built with superior corrosion protection methods and will practically last forever.

Even though there are parts of the vehicle that may last forever, there are other parts that wear out due to normal use.  When these parts wear out, they are replaced and the life of the vehicle continues.  Most parts of a vehicle people expect to replace. Tires, brakes, belts, hoses, etc are all part of the normal maintenance that is needed to be done with a vehicle and items that most people expect to replace.

When an engine starts to fail, it is an item that most people don’t expect and are surprised when they need to replace it. When the engine starts to make noise or begins to smoke or even just plain dies, does it make sense to replace it with a new one? The answer to that question would be yes.

If you have a vehicle that is in good shape, the body is rust free, the suspension is in good condition, the brakes have been recently serviced or replaced, and the overall condition of the vehicle is good then replacing the engine and spending the money makes perfect sense because you will have a car that is mechanically new for a small percentage of the cost of a new vehicle.

What makes this option especially alluring is that most of the popular engines for Buick, Chevy, Chrysler, Cadillac, Dodge, Ford, GM, GMC, Lincoln, Mercury, Oldsmobile, Plymouth and Pontiac are readily available.  The new remanufactured engines, NOT rebuilt, are readily available and in stock at Auto iWeb.  The engines come with the strongest warranties in the industry with a 3 year, unlimited mile parts and labor warranty.  The engines come fully assembled and are a much safer bet than the rebuilds you buy at your local auto parts stores.

Auto iWeb has exact fit engines for your vehicle going all the way back to 1968 in some cases.  Auto iWeb knows their engines and will find the exact fit engine for your vehicle to replace your tired engine that has finally decided to let go.

You should be extremely careful about buying a budget rebuilt engine from a “mail order” company, a local discount parts store, a website whose price, product and warranty seem too good to be true, or even an internet auction site.  Though their cheap engine price may be attractive, it won’t match the quality, workmanship, updates, or warranty that an engine from Auto iWeb will have.  Plus it won’t be too much fun when your discount / auction engine fails after just a few thousand miles and you can’t find out how to get your “magic warranty” taken care of.

Bottom line, if you do your homework, do your research and purchase your new engine from Auto iWeb you can bring your old vehicle back to life and give yourself years more of hassle free driving without the cost of a new car payment.  Think of all the money that you will be saving and how much happier you will be having your money in your pocket instead of the pocket of your local new car dealer.  The best part of buying a new engine from Auto iWeb is not only are you saving money but you are also helping to save the environment by not junking what otherwise would be another dead car into the salvage yard or landfill.

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