|A Great Used Car Sales Tool
- How many times has dirty oil in an engine
led to discussions with your buyer or his mechanic about their
concerns with the maintenance history of the car?
- Worse yet, how many times has a customer
walked away from a used car because the oil was too dirty -- even
after you just changed the oil?
- What could it mean to your sales force
if every car on the lot had clean, clear oil, no matter how long
it's been in your inventory?
- If the answers to these questions strike
close to home, please consider the following:
- Every engine produces sludge. When you
change oil, there is typically a half quart or more of sludge
that is left in the engine. You put new oil in the engine and
this Sludge quickly mixes with the new oil, making it look like
it was never changed. This Sludge can cause a host of problems
in an engine. Any used vehicle can have serious lubrication related
problems just waiting to happen and you have no way of knowing
what they may be.
- The engine flushing process adds about
15 minutes to an oil change. It removes the Sludge that's normally
left behind, cleans out the oil pump screen, and removes the tar,
varnish, wear metals and other contaminants that are normally
left in the engine during an oil change. Once the engine has been
"flushed", the oil will remain clear and clean for up
to 1,000 miles or more. Those potential lubrication related problems
are gone because you have almost completely removed the source
of the problem -- Sludge!
- Your customer can pull the dipstick on
any car on your lot and he will see clean oil in a clean engine.
He can take it to his mechanic, who will tell him, "It looks
like this engine has had excellent maintenance."
- What customer wouldn't appreciate a dealer
who cares enough to make sure the engine in his new car is free
of the potential harmful effects of Sludge.
- A GOOD DETAIL can make a used car look
- A GOOD STEAM CLEANING can make the engine
look great on the outside!
- Why not take it a step further and CLEAN
THE ENGINE ON THE INSIDE, where it really counts?