When I speak of the Geo Prism, we all know what that is. Did you know the Chevy Nova/Prism was is identical engine wise? The second production of the Nova was actually a joint venture with Toyota of Japan, called the Prism, and ran from 1985 to 1988. Coincidentally, they both used the same engine.
Need a Geo Prism Chevy Prism 4A-GE Engine for Sale? The engine I’m speaking of is called the 4A-GE, the A series of Toyota engines are all inline 4 cylinder gasoline engines ranging in size from 1.3 to 1.8 liters. Call JapaneseEnginesForSale.com and find out what affordable options are available to you.
Did you know the Prism is a front wheel drive car? It uses front wheel drive engines, which are common nowadays with the influx of small front wheel drive cars. The term transverse applies to this setup, which is the most popular and trusted FWD arrangement on the market.
The 4A-GE is a performance version of the 4A-G engine. Using electronic fuel injection and a DOHC [double overhead camshaft] configuration, it is used in a slew of different brand name cars.
Because the Prism has not been made for nearly 10 years, for several reasons we recommend rebuilt engines or remanufactured engines as your best bet for a replacement engine. I know you may be thinking a rebuilt motor is going to be expensive, but it’s worth the call because most folks are quite surprised at our pricing.
Listen, finding a low mileage, or even a reasonably low mileage used engine is not as easy to do as say. Meaning most of the pre owned engines come from a junk yard. We don’t sell worn out, hi mileage used engines. It is not in your best interests or ours to do so.
With that in mind, the most value can be derived from a hi quality rebuilt engine. The first thing is that these are very inexpensive engines to rebuilt, and you may find that one of our rebuilt engines is not priced much differently than a junk yard engine.
I have never met a qualified consumer that did not understand that the best value is the one that lasts the longest with the least problems. That is especially important when buying something expensive that you may not know very much about.
Allow us to spend the necessary amount of time YOU need to understand everything you need to know to make the best decision. You may want to inquire about our new crate engines too. It is a mistake not to ask about JDM engines, from the Japanese domestic Market.
After speaking with one of my representatives, the decision will be abundantly clear. Call now and experience customer service as you expect it to be. JapapaneseEnginesForSale.com