The Chrysler 300 looks like a sleek, luxury cruiser an FBI agent might pull up to a crime scene in. It certainly has all the features one would want in a luxury car at an affordable price. But you can bet an FBI agents Model 300 would not have a 2.7 liter V6 engine in it.
The 2.7 liter Chrysler engine has some issues with it. Anyway, a cop car would have a much bigger more powerful engine for high speed pursuit. I’m building a case for you concerning why your best replacement engine option is a Crate Engine for Sale Chrysler 300 2.7L which has been manufactured with the problems eliminated.
The 2.7 liter EER was brought out in 1998, and is used extensively in Dodge, Chrysler and Plymouth products and has one of the best balances of size and power for said vehicles. But the problem was troublesome because it affected so many cars. Oil sludge buildup and premature timing chain tensioner problems plagued said motors before Chrysler ironed them out between 2002 and 2004.
If you don’t know what a crate engine is, let me explain. Crate engines are typically termed as factory new engines still packed in the crate. Because we get so many calls for crate engines, we decided to carry the entire lineup from all manufacturers for your convenience.
At prices that are nearly 60 percent less than the dealer, it certainly makes no sense to waste money. So call CrateEnginesForSale.com to learn more about this form of a crated engine. It’s nice fit and runs better than the original engine.
Another form of crate engine is a custom hand remanufactured crate engine. These custom remanufactured engines can be used for applications such as a marine/boat application, a race car where a custom high performance engine is needed, vintage cars and muscle cars, and commercial applications where ultimate durability and power are necessary.
Some folks simply buy a crate engine because it breeds peace of mind. The bottom line is the cost is very low when you consider the benefits. Extra long life, low dollar per mile investment for the long term. 100 percent peace of mind. It’s hard to put a price tag on that. But if you call, I’m sure you will be surprised and happy you did.
Either way you look at it, the innate problems are removed in a crate engine and you get the best value possible in a replacement engine. Take the time to call and get more details about a crate engine for your Chrysler 300, or any car. Our customer service will blow your mind. Call the crate engine supply company that cares. CrateEnginesForSale.com