When faced with a major powertrain breakdown, many customers look to you for sound advice. That could lead to a conversation about the best parts available for the repair. Helping your customer understand the differences in terminology, testing and tactics when it comes to remanufactured powertrain parts can help them see the difference.
THE MOPAR DIFFERENCE
Mopar® remanufactured engines and transmissions are not restored, not rebuilt and not repaired. They are remanufactured. At Mopar, that means they follow a very specific process that brings them as close to a new part as possible. Mopar remanufactured powertrains:
• Must meet O.E. requirements
• Include engineering updates
• Are inspected, washed and/or replaced using a specific and strenuous set of regulations
• Use O.E. replacement parts
• Meet the same testing standards as new parts
• Arrive at the repair facility complete with all parts and hardware
• Protect the customer with sound warranty coverage
Those are benefits not available with many aftermarket remanufactured powertrain parts. And that’s worth telling your customer. When they know the value they get with a Mopar remanufactured powertrain part, chances are good that a Mopar part will be installed in their vehicle.
GOT YOU COVERED
The Mopar 3-Year/100,000-Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty includes parts, labor and up to a $75 towing allowance. Guaranteed. And the warranty is fully transferrable. So your customer drives with confidence by day and sleeps better at night.
The next time your customer is faced with a major powertrain decision – help them navigate the waters by guiding them to the parts that will keep their vehicle running strong for years to come. Because the right information makes all the difference.