What Warranty Does a Ford Shelby GT500 Have?


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The 2014 Ford Shelby GT500 has a three year/36,000 miles basic warranty. It also has a five-year/60,000 miles drive train warranty. This model does not come with free maintenance.

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What Warranty Does a Ford Shelby GT500 Have?
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The 2014 Ford Shelby GT500 comes with a basic warranty that covers everything except for issues related to normal wear and tear. This warranty does not cover replacements in the ordinary use of vehicles. Examples include the replacement of oil and filter.

This basic warranty usually excludes batteries and tires. Nevertheless, the manufacturers of batteries and tires often provide their own warranties. The warranty covers emissions equipment for five years or 50,000 miles.

The drive train warranty covers transmission, engine, driveshaft and other parts that make the vehicle move. It covers most internal parts that are subject to wear and tear.

Roadside assistance rescues drivers who have been stranded even if it is their fault. Drivers who get a flat tire, run out of gas or lock themselves out of their cards can call the manufacturer’s toll free number for assistance. Drivers should check their program in advance to learn what their manufacturer covers and what they have to pay for.

The rust or corrosion warranty covers the car’s sheet metal. It also protects drivers from rust and corrosion that are serious enough to cause a hole. The warranty does not cover surface rust. However, drivers who wash and wax their cars regularly should not need this type of warranty.

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