Dead Motor: Replace the Engine or the Car?

 

Loud engine knocking, tons of colorful exhaust, a cracked block. These are a few of the signs that it may be time to retire the engine in your vehicle. When this occurs there is usually one question that the owner has to answer, "Should I replace the engine or the vehicle?" When it comes to a blown engine it generally makes sense to replace it rather than the whole car. While it certainly depends on the condition of the rest of the vehicle, if all that was determined to be wrong was engine issues, a replacement motor will do you right, here's why.

Cost advantage

The cost of an engine replacement is much less than that of purchasing a new vehicle, even used vehicles. You may find yourself having to make new monthly payments if you purchase a new car, an engine replacement won't necessarily break your bank.

Time benefits

Another thing to remember is that engine replacements can be done very quickly, generally within a few days of making an appointment. If you rely on your vehicle you can't afford to spend time shopping for a new vehicle that meets your needs, as that could take weeks. Rushing into a vehicle may leave you with buyer's remorse.

Makes it easier to sell the vehicle down the road

If your vehicle dies it may be impossible to sell to anyone except the scrap yard for much less than what it is actually worth. A new engine will help ensure you're able to sell it when the time comes, if it ever does.

Ensures a reliable vehicle

Unless you're going to buy a brand new vehicle you can never be sure what you're going to get. By replacing the motor in your current car you can rest assured that it is going to provide you with reliable transportation for miles and miles.

Many options for engine replacement

When it comes to engine replacement you don't have to buy a brand new motor. There are used and rebuilt engines that will do the job just as well at a much less cost! To learn more about engine replacement in Mesa get in touch with Discount Engines. We sell and install engines for all makes and models of vehicles! Call us today at (480) 351-6068 to request a quote or to learn more about our services.


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Written and Published By MORBiZ



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