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[November 22, 2012]

Used Dodge Charger Engine Inventory Bulked Up for Black Friday at

Green Bay, Wisconsin, Nov 22, 2012 ( via COMTEX) -- announces an upgrade to its Dodge inventory lineup for Black Friday. As retailers prepare for what could be the largest holiday season in recent years, this engine retailer has increased its supply for used Dodge Charger engine buyers. More information about this new addition can be found at this link
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This inventory move is expected to help engine buyers that are planning holiday engine replacements or first of the year engine swaps.

The preowned engine business is one that typically flies under the radar due to huge annual profit reports by domestic and foreign automakers. The majority of the used engines that are sold to buyers are one of the elements that keep the preowned industry going.

Since some used vehicles can have engines with high mileage, changing out the engine is one way that an owner or mechanic that services these vehicles can use to improve reliability. The company is one example of an online retailer that helps support these activities.

Dodge engines represent one part of the Chrysler corporation inventory of motors for sale. Jeep and Ram have depended on the design and development of Chrysler for over two decades. The V6 and V8 Charger engine was first used in 2005 as a resurgence for the Charrger.

These motors remains popular on the secondary engines market by buyers that are now replacing motors in 7 or 8 year old Chargers. The company has responded to consumer requests for more Charger engines to ensure public demand is met.

Warranties are one of the drawbacks that some consumers confront when purchasing engines from the Internet. Auction based websites typically do not require warranty or returns to be included with the sale of a preowned engine.

Sellers that do not correctly list engine mileage or condition could bring difficulties to buyers that expect higher engine quality. The company now offers warranties for engines sold online or offline to assure customers of quality and satisfaction after purchase.

The Black Friday season is expected to be a busy one for many retailers that have experienced less than stellar growth through 2012. While 2013 projections are often based on 2012 holiday success, Cyber Monday and Black Friday sales often contribute to the bottom line of many dealers.

The new inventory upgrade for Black Friday by is extended through Cyber Monday or until the remaining stock of Charger engines is depleted.

This new offer is combined with the free shipping incentive that is offered to buyers in the 48 continental states that purchase engines online or offline. The website is updated routinely to include new incentives as well as stock information for all engines inside of the company inventory.

About The company stocks preowned engines from Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge, Chrysler, Toyota, Honda and other top manufacturers. The Used Engines company first launched its online presence in 2009 and has grown the company website in the past 3 years. By creating free shipping incentives and lower than MSRP price tags, the website has been able to reach new engine buyers in the continental U.S. Sales of engines online and offline through this company have exceeded expectations year after year due in part to expert warranties, customer staff and consistent inventory upgrades.

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