What Coverage Comes Standard With a Ford Warranty?


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Ford's New Vehicle Limited Warranty includes standard Bumper to Bumper, Powertrain, Safety Restraint System and Corrosion coverage. In general, the warranty covers repair, replacement or adjustment of all parts on a vehicle that fail with normal use during the warranty coverage period.

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Bumper to Bumper coverage covers defective or malfunctioning non-engine parts throughout the entire vehicle for a period of three years or 36,000 miles, whichever occurs first. The Powertrain coverage period is five years, or 60,000 miles, and it covers all areas of the engine, including all internal lubricated parts, the oil system, timing chains and belts, turbocharger units and both four-wheel and all-wheel drive transmissions. Safety belts and air bag Supplemental Restraint Systems are also covered for an extended coverage period of five years or 60,000 miles.

A vehicle's metal body panels are covered for five years regardless of miles driven. Defective tires are covered using a prorated coverage amount based on the amount of miles driven on the tires. For replacement tires, Ford covers the cost up to the percentage limit.

Ford's New Vehicle Limited Warranty is included standard with all new vehicles it sells for no extra cost. Ford's warranty does not cover damage caused by accidents, vandalism or custom modifications. It also does not cover maintenance and normal wear-and-tear items.

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