The Difference Between a New Engine vs New Remanufactured Engine
Let’s start with the difference between a new engine and a new remanufactured engine. Basically a new remanufactured engine and a new engine is exactly the same thing except the new remanufactured engine is much better. The basic reason why the word remanufactured came into existence is because years ago manufacturers used to call them new but their claim to new was challenged by some astute lawyers who claimed that you could not call them “new” because the engine was not the same as it was when it first came with the vehicle. Meaning that the minute any update was done to the engine and it changed from the way it was originally manufactured you had to call it remanufactured. There are some companies that like to say that they are selling new engines but in reality they are selling remanufactured engines. Again, because updates have been done you MUST call them remanufactured and not new.