We have been surveying Automotive market for the past decade. We survey Auto Parts stores like Oreilly, Auto Zone, Napa, Salvage Yards, Automotive stores, Performance shops, Dealers & Auto Repair shops nationwide. Our aim is to help people and guide them towards the best source for the automotive product they are looking for. There is a great deal of consensus here and most of these businesses agree that sales of Engines & Transmissions, especially for Japanese brands is declining at Salvage yards and there is a certain unique kind of business model where few companies specialize in importing Low mileage Used Japanese Motors from Japan. There are very few companies who are involved in this kind of business but such companies have reported over two million dollars of gross revenue in a year, selling over 2000 Japanese Engines each month. Our survey unanimously indicates that people around United States & Canada now trust these low mileage Japanese engines imported from Japan more than the ones from Salvage yards. These importers sell Used Japanese motors with six months warranty and they test every mechanical aspect of the Engine or transmission. In general economy is growing and so is the sales of reconditioned and Used Auto parts and Engine sales but since Salvage yards don't give more than basic 30 days warranty and because they don't test, consumers in USA have a better option that has proved to be better return on investment than buying these engines from Salvage yards. Japanese automotive market is reported to be a very controlled market where people discontinue driving withing 4-5 years and engines from such vehicle in Japan have an average mileage of anywhere between 30,000-50,000 miles, therefore those who can import, test & retail in America are extremely successful. Since our aim is to help the actual consumer, we have worked hard to accumulate data that confirms with the facts which help U.S consumer to take an intelligent decision about there purchases in the automotive market. We therefore would like to condemn engines and transmissions from Junk Yards in United States and urge our followers and readers to source Japanese Engines from these importers who dedicate in selling quality motors.
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