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TMCNet:  Dodge Dakota Used Engines Now Marketed for Sale at U.S. Preowned Motors Dealer Website

[February 10, 2014]

Dodge Dakota Used Engines Now Marketed for Sale at U.S. Preowned Motors Dealer Website

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) February 10, 2014 The Dakota truck series from Dodge was recently terminated in 2011 and one engine company is now selling engine replacements to U.S. buyers. The Preowned Engines company is now marketing its Dodge Dakota used engines for sale at http://preownedengines.com/dodge-dakota-engine.

The promotion of these truck series motors in V6 and V8 size is expected to introduce the new inventory available to truck owners and other parts buyers online. The used motors that are now provided in the Dodge lineup presented online include many of the common displacements found in trucks during the 1987 to 2011 production schedule.

“The 3.9, 5.2 and 4.7 series engines that have been used in the Dakota trucks are now available for sale and these engines do include a superior warranty plan for buyers,” said a PreownedEngines.com company source.

One advantage that buyers receive when purchasing the used Dodge engines now available is the no cost extension of each warranty plan. As a bonus in 2014 to buyers, the time period of protection for each warranty is now between two and three years in the U.S. This extended coverage applies to the Dakota motors and other Dodge brands in stock.

“The used engines that are available through our national inventory are acquired through supply companies that are able to provide good quality engines compared to some sources selling high mileage units online,” said the source.

The PreownedEngines.com inventory levels that are featured in the search platform online have been adjusted to reflect the Dakota engines and complete pricing online. Buyers of engines who are not planning to use the online tools that are available can still rely on the company toll-free number at 1-866-320-1065 to inquire about inventory or pricing now available.

About PreownedEngines.com The PreownedEngines.com company is one national source engine buyers are using to find quality inventory sold online for low prices. This company launched one of the first platforms to search foreign and American inventory in one location online. The PreownedEngines.com company website is programmed to distribute pricing information and details about company inventory or warranties available. The prices that are listed with all in stock used motors promoted online remain low due to supplier discounts and other created incentives for auto parts buyers.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/dodge-dakota-used-engines/motors-dodge-v6-v8/prweb11568451.htm (c) 2014 PRWEB.COM Newswire

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