Technology and auto manufacturing have advanced dramatically in the past two decades. Cars and trucks last longer. Paint is better. Bodies are more corrosion resistant. Interior materials are more durable, and even suspension and other components last longer. So when an engine “dies,” it does not have to be the end of your vehicle. When a car or truck suffers major engine damage, the first response and reaction of many consumers is to buy a new or used vehicle. Sometimes disposing of your current vehicle might make sense, but often it’s simply not necessary.
If your vehicle is in relatively good shape it may be wise to repower it with a remanufactured/rebuilt engine, rather than replacing it with another vehicle. Once you consider the “hidden” costs in a new or used vehicle, the economic benefits become very clear.
Remanufactured/rebuilt engines get better gas mileage than a worn engine, and emit fewer pollutants. Engine repowering also saves the tremendous amount of energy used in processing discarded engines and vehicles as well as conserving energy and resources required to manufacture new engines.
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