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[October 24, 2013]

Kia Optima Engines Now Sold as Used by Preowned Engine Company

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Boston, MA (PRWEB) October 24, 2013 The Kia company remains one of the largest Korean exporters of vehicles to the United States market. Engines for this motor vehicle company were recently added by the Got Engines company for sale online. All Kia Optima engines that are now available online are in used condition and feature a new price attachment at http://www.gotengines.com/kia/rebuilt-kia-engines.html.

This used Kia inventory that is now featured is alongside the additional models of engines that are used in other vehicles sold in the U.S. This imported engines inventory features the 2.0 and 2.2 editions of motors that are most commonly requested through secondary dealers for immediate vehicle replacements.

The GotEngines.com company sale pricing that is now accessible for the Kia Optima engine series online can be extracted using the search system enacted for buyers to use online. This updated way to locate import engine price quotes has expanded the overall sales made in 2013 due to the accuracy of information provided.

"Kia engines remain one type of pre-owned edition in demand due to the lack of dealerships and distributors in the U.S. that sell imported engines direct to consumers," a GotEngines.com company source said.

The Got Engines company engines in the imported Kia builds are among a new percentage of foreign based motors that can be researched online. The motors from Honda, Toyota, Mitsubishi, Nissan and Isuzu have all been added through the course of 2013 for engine buyers to view online. More updates are scheduled for imported engines as the 2014 year begins.

"We maintain one of the easiest to use and most resourceful engine research websites that consumers have access to for free to lookup most engine brands sold in the United States," the source added.

Future price changes or additions to the used Kia engines that are announced in stock are scheduled to be delivered using the company media partners now responsible for sending out all company information to the public. The company blog continues to remain a source of data collection for Got Engines website visitors.

About GotEngines.com The GotEngines.com company is known globally for retailing previously owned engines that are used for replacement in motor vehicles of foreign and domestic builds. Company solutions available online include price quote tools, inventory research and access to engine guides for consumers. The GotEngines.com company continuously supplies updated warranty packages for each motor sold from the company customer service team. All updates to prices and warranty programs are now distributed by this company through partners in the media industry and through content management tools on the company website.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/kia-optima-engines/kia-engines-for-sale/prweb11268201.htm (c) 2013 PRWEB.COM Newswire

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