What Is Covered Under Ford's New Car Warranty?

Written by michael ryan
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Ford's new car warranty provides peace of mind for shoppers who own or are considering purchasing a Ford car or truck. Although the coverage is extensive, there are some important processes to follow to keep the warranty intact.


Ford's new car warranty provides a three-year or 36,000 mile bumper-to-bumper warranty coupled with five years or 60,000 miles of power train coverage that includes roadside assistance.


The Ford bumper-to-bumper warranty does not cover all components of a vehicle. Wear items like wiper blades and brake pads are excluded.


The length of the bumper-to-bumper and power train warranties keeps a Ford owner well-protected for the first five years of ownership. The large Ford dealership network also means that servicing dealerships are easy to find.


If a technician deems that damage to a vehicle occurred because of missed scheduled maintenance, Ford's warranty office may deny the claim. Have your Ford serviced regularly and keep all service records to avoid potential warranty issues down the line.

Expert Insight

Ford's new car warranty is fully-transferable, so keep this in mind if you must sell your car to a private party. Remember to provide the buyer with documentation of regular maintenance.

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