How Long Is Ford's Extended Warranty?

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Ruth Landry
Ruth LandryAuto Insurance Content Writer

Posted on Feb 26, 2023

Ford's Extended Warranty is 3 years or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first.

The Extended Warranty covers the vehicle's original powertrain components, excluding the battery, fuel system, and emissions system.

The Extended Warranty is available for purchase at the time of vehicle purchase or within the first 60 days of ownership.

The Extended Warranty can be transferred to a new owner if the vehicle is sold.

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