Recent Posts from the Used Engine Blog
Comparing rebuilt engines, remanufactured engines, and used engines is something of a subjective debate. Rebuilding engines are something mechanics used to push as it was something primarily done in a mechanic shop. Remanufacturing engines is the realm of large companies such as Jasper and the miscellaneous engine rebuilders that LKQ has purchased in the last several years. At Low Mileage … [Read More...]
We really work to get our customers quality used engines, with verified miles. Mileage is the key, because it is the single easiest way to determine the actual wear on a used engine - and thus the best tool to use figuring out how long the engine will last. This industry has always been bad about lying on mileage. Call five yards, and you'll find out that they have "about 100,000 miles" on all … [Read More...]
We've talked before about the state of the used engine market. The recession tightened the sale of new vehicles, and has thus tightened the availability of used engines of late model now, five years later. Truck engine inventories have still not recovered from cash for clunkers, which primarily saw low mileage vehicles driven by people of means traded in. In other words, cash for clunkers … [Read More...]
We have great availability of Dodge Charger engines and have updated our engine listings to show this. The most recent engine to become available has been the 3.6L engine which was added for the 2011 model year. Make sure to contact our sales staff if you need a used Charger engine at 800-709-9233! … [Read More...]
Low Mileage Engines has been selling used engines for 8 years. In that time period, we've seen competitors come and go. We've seen more go than stay, and seen many of our competitors go bankrupt. For example, one of the biggest competitors we've seen go bankrupt and out of business was EverDrive. They offered a three year warranty standard on all used engines. That sounded great, and it sold them … [Read More...]
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