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Welcome to EngineMax, your one-stop source for high quality remanufactured engines. We serve consumers offering complete engines for sale. We are proud to be an industry leader in terms of quality, price, selection, and warranty coverage for automotive engines. If you’re searching for remanufacturers of automotive engines, we have exactly what you need. EngineMax offers replacement engines for any make and model you might be driving. That includes domestic brands like Ford, Chevy, Dodge and GM, but we can also provide a full range of powertrain components as well as engines for sale for import brands like Isuzu, Toyota, Honda and Nissan.
As a buyer of replacement engines, you know how important quality is. Better quality means less down time and less warranty hassles. Better quality is just a better deal.
EngineMax has raised the bar for engine remanufactures, offering highest-quality engines that exceed industry standards with "same-as-new" performance. Our reputation is built on principles that have made us a world leader in the engine re-manufacturing industry.
At EngineMax, our mission is to provide you with the highest quality automotive engines possible. We are proud to serve professional mechanics, car dealerships and even individual consumers - anyone searching for a replacement engine for sale will find our inventory second to none in terms of comprehensiveness or quality.
What We Do
EngineMax does one thing - we supply our customers with high quality automotive replacement engines. We're exceptionally proud to offer the industry's widest range of replacement engines, from crate engines to remanufactured engines. We put our reputation for quality, durability, and OEM fit behind every one of the car engines for sale we offer.
Whatever you require to get that vehicle back on the road and keep it there, we can help. Our low pricing and industry-best warranties can help too.
Who Are Our Customers?
EngineMax serves customers in a myriad of different sectors. We work closely with mechanic shops of all sizes, all across the nation. We also work with car dealerships (including branded dealerships). We can even provide engines direct to individual consumers for those repairing a car or working on a special project at home.
Our customers are repair centers buying automotive engines, auto dealers buying remanufactured engines and more. However, our customers are more than just purchases - they're our friends, our family and our reason for being in business in the first place.
Brand Is No Problem
Unlike some in the industry, we have no problem serving customers with different auto brands. If you need a selection of replacement engines for Ford vehicles, we can help. If you need remanufactured engines for a Chevrolet truck, we've got you covered. If you need to choose from engines for sale to fit a Nissan, Honda, Toyota, Mazda, Isuzu or something else, we have what you need. We serve all customers, across all brands, makes and models.
Our Reputation for Quality, Durability and Integrity
Over the years, EngineMax has built a reputation for providing the highest quality products in the industry. Our remanufactured engines exceed all industry standards, and that dedication to superiority extends to every other product we sell. Whether you are in need of replacement automotive engines, crate engines or something else, you'll find that our products exceed your expectations in all ways.
We are also dedicated to providing our customers with the best possible experience when buying from us. EngineMax firmly believes that it's more about building a relationship with each customer than selling a product. Your business is not a commodity. We recognize that buyers undertake significant research when purchasing car engines for sale and serving your needs is not something we take lightly. Our commitment to integrity provides you with peace of mind, and we hope to turn every single purchase into a lifetime relationship.
Guidelines For Choosing the Best Replacement Engine
Anytime a motorist is facing the decision of how to best acquire a replacement engine, they are likely coming from a position of disappointment and frustration due to mounting auto repair bills.
Nevertheless, it is important to consider all of the options available not just in terms of current cost, but also in terms of future cost, as some options will be cheaper up front but may cost more money on the back end.
There are four main options in replacing an engine: new, used, remanufactured and rebuilt engines.
New engines are exactly what they sound like. The manufacturer makes a new engine with all new parts from the ground up. As a result, this is the most reliable of the four options but also the most expensive. In many cases, customers would be better off getting a brand new car than getting a new engine put into an old car, but this depends on the age and value of the vehicle.
Used engines are also pretty simple to understand, as they are simply used engines pulled out of other cars that are no longer being used for whatever reason. After an inspection to confirm that they are still working, they're put into the customer's car. They are the least reliable option, as you never know exactly what you'll get. It's the cheapest option up front, though.
Rebuilt engines are basically repaired engines that are restored only to the degree to which they failed. In other words, only damaged parts are replaced and the rest of the engine is left in tact. In some cases, this could be better than a used engine if the damage is specific and the engine is relatively new. In other cases, it's a lot like just fixing a broken used engine. Sometimes this can be cheaper than a used engine, but the labor costs will often drive the cost higher.
A remanufactured engine is an engine that is not only rebuilt in terms of broken parts, but in which the entire engine must test up to a certain level. As a result, it's a balance option. It's not the most expensive, nor is it the most reliable, but it's not on the low end of the spectrum either.
As you consider all of the replacement engine options you should think about how long you plan to keep your current car and how much risk you're willing to take in order to save money now.
JUNE 19, 2013 By POWERTRAIN PRO