Remanufactured Engines

Used CHEVROLET Engines

Buying a Used Chevrolet Engine and What To Avoid

A lower monthly payment doesn’t always equate to a lower price on a used car engine. Most eye-catching promotions for lower monthly installments omit the fact of a loan modification. These modifications extend the length of payment and/or reducing the rate of interest.

At [Unnamed Site, change font] our family believes if you qualify for a reduced-interest rate, then you deserve to have a lower over-all price on a used engine, too. It’s that simple. Give us a call with your Chevy VIN and the shop addresses for a free quote on some of the best rates on used Chevrolet engines.


When obtaining a loan to buy a used or rebuilt Chevrolet engine for your vehicle make certain an appreciable warranty time frame is included. If the loan is unobtainable for you, consider the option of a loan extension reducing the monthly amount. Using the extension out of necessity is its intended purpose.


Used as a gimmick the extensions coupled with interest rates means you’ll end up paying more over-all. People buy these loans all the time. It’s important that the buyer be aware of its reality. Flexibility exists and we can help you determine the right option explaining everything in detail. On loans for used engines, make sure it comes with an appreciable warranty period.


What Not to Do When Buying a Used Engine

Don’t do fancy. Let’s face it. Sales persons aim to sell. The first behavior of any good salesperson is sizing up the consumer. If you float into to their business in a spit-polished luxury car, a good salesperson is going to assume you’re loaded to pay more than the average consumer. Take an old car or borrow one from a friend before jutting out searching for a used Chevy engine.

Don’t avoid the mechanic. Unless you come bundled with a lifetime of knuckle-busting experiences as many of our clients are, or are a certified auto mechanic, it’s important to identify the problem before a good solution is implemented. And a replacement engine is but one. Ask the mechanic for all your available options. Then, you can determine if a replacement engine is the most economically savvy decision.


Don’t forget your homework. Unless a mechanic has steadily worked on that one specific make and model continuously, many problems can leaving him or her scratching his or her head. If you’ve already visited mechanics and each has a differing opinion, look into researching your specific make and model. Sometimes problematic behaviors are intrinsic to the model.

If it’s happening to yours, it is very likely someone else is experiencing or has experienced the same. And these experiences might offer solutions. We utilize the internet constantly as a valuable tool in similar fashion when searching for the best prices.


Don’t hurry. If a dealer agrees to a price on a used or rebuilt Chevy engine in lieu of your sporting an advertisement, go for it. Otherwise, continue to haggle. Be insistent, but polite, upon the price that works for you. At the worst, they’ll say ‘no’ and you can shop somewhere else. Obtaining a quality used engine at great prices means patient persistence. We do it every day.

Don’t trust the mechanic to find the best prices. It’s likely he’ll find a perfect fit and disregard the price tag. After all, he’s not the one paying. Be supportive and start searching locally and on the internet. Classified ads and online directories are easily accessible to help you find a good used engine. This is something we perform daily with advanced technology specifically designed for the after-market auto parts. You can call and get multiple quotes FREE.


Don’t avoid the mechanic, again. Even though you’re providing the leg work to find a great price on a used engine, a trustworthy mechanic is a valuable tool to avoid problems. When negotiating with a private entity or individual locally about a used engine, be certain they will allow you to have a mechanic look it over. If they refuse, be concerned and back off the deal and search elsewhere.


When you find a used engine that is satisfactory, check into available warranties. Ask about rebates and any other details by phone before going in. When there, don’t be shy. Haggle prices. That’s the advantage of dealing with individuals or private entities.


Don’t waste your valuable time. We offer a 100% money-back guarantee. You could call in with your Chevy VIN and get the lowest rate on the best used or remanufactured Chevrolet engines in the industry. You can click on a link below correlating to your Chevy engine specifications. Or call us for a free friendly quote. Have your Chevy VIN and your mechanic’s shop address.

Won’t you call us, because we care about your security concerns and over-all price?