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If you plan to keep your new Ford vehicle for years to come, you’ll need to know what services are included under the extended Ford warranty coverage. All new models come standard with a 3-year/36,000-mile Ford factory warranty and a 5-year/60,000-mile powertrain warranty. After these expire, Ford offers multiple extended service plans for Westland-area drivers to choose from.
So, what does the Ford warranty include after the original warranty term has ended? To find the extended plan that matches your needs and budget, check out the guide below from the team here at Bill Brown Ford!
You can lengthen your Ford warranty coverage term with one of four extended service plans. Below, we’ve outlined what the Ford warranty includes at each coverage level:
What does the Ford warranty include when it comes to routine maintenance? You won’t need to give up this benefit when your 5-year/60,000-mile Ford Powertrain Warranty runs out. Extended Ford warranty coverage plans also include the repair and replacement of parts and components that have experienced normal wear and tear. With regular and timely care, your Ford vehicle will continue to perform at its best for many years to come.
Looking for a complete list of what the Ford warranty does and does not include? Stop by our dealership in Livonia to visit the experienced technicians at our Ford certified service center. We’re here to help you make the Ford warranty coverage selection that best meets your needs and budget! Plus, check out our service specials to see how much you can save on your next scheduled service.