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Ford Canada Raises Warranty Bar on Lincoln, Trucks

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Justin Pritchard
To boost consumer confidence and demonstrate a dedication to quality and customer satisfaction, Ford has boosted their warranty coverage to 5 year / 100,000 kilometres on trucks, SUV's and crossovers, and to 6-years / 110,000 kilometres on Lincoln products. The move serves to bring the carmakers coverage in line with, or to exceed, that of most of its competition.

The significant increases add two years and 40,000 kilometres to the powertrain coverage of Ford's light trucks and SUV's, and further increases the Lincoln powertrain warranty by two years and 30,000 kilometres. Complimentary roadside assistance is provided for the duration of the powertrain warranty period.

Ford Canada President and CEO Bill Osborne cited ownership costs, including warranty coverage, as important considerations for today's buyers, and said the move will position the powertrain warranty amongst the best in the industry.

The new warranty programs are effective beginning with 2007 Ford light trucks and SUVs, including Canada's best selling F-Series pickups (F-150 through F-550), Explorer, Explorer Sport Trac, Escape, Expedition, Expedition Max and Ranger; as well as 2007 Lincolns, including MKZ, Mark LT, Town Car and Navigator; plus the all new 2007 Ford Edge and 2007 Lincoln MKX coming this fall.
Justin Pritchard
Justin Pritchard
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