Before your buy your next truck, say the Ford F-150, you need to know what you're getting. The vehicle can't just look flashy and offer some neat gadgets. It needs to include the right stuff to last-not just durable materials, but a comprehensive warranty too.

When Stroudsburg, Lehigh Valley, and Nazareth drivers choose the Ford F-150, they're guaranteed coverage under a limited warranty. Our team at Ray Price Stroud Ford is here to show you what to expect.

Breaking Down the Ford F-150 Warranty

The Ford F-150 is one tough vehicle. Both its cab and its box have been constructed using military-grade, high-strength aluminum alloys. This is all on top of a fully boxed frame with eight crossmembers, five of them through-welded.

If you're not too familiar with the jargon, that might not mean a whole lot to you, so we'll put it simply: The Ford F-150 is strong. When pitted against some of the road's major surprises, it's been known to stand strong.

Nevertheless, some damage is simply unavoidable. And when those pesky problems arise, you're going to want a comprehensive warranty covering you. 

Here's what you'll have with the F-150 warranty:

  • Three years/36,000 miles of bumper-to-bumper coverage
  • Five years/60,000 miles of powertrain coverage
  • Five years/60,000 miles of safety restraint system coverage
  • Five years/unlimited miles of corrosion (perforation only) coverage

What Is & Isn't Covered

The Ford F-150 warranty is offered under the assumption that your truck is being properly cared for. That means you're taking the time for basic maintenance, such as oil changes, alignments, fluid changes, and more. If you fail to do so, you likely won't apply for coverage.

For instance, if you start having serious powertrain problems and the technician checks under the hood to discover you've neglected a few oil changes, those problems are on you. Fortunately, all this basic maintenance is quick and easy, and can be performed at your local Ford dealer anytime.

If you've attempted to make DIY upgrades to your truck, perhaps using aftermarket parts, you'll be responsible for any faults occurring thereafter, too. Other errors outside of the coverage umbrella include those caused by:

  • Theft and vandalism
  • Fires or explosions
  • Naturally occurring disasters, such as earthquakes
  • Chemical spills
  • Collisions

Otherwise, any issues caused by defective parts within the powertrain or safety restraint system will be entirely covered by Ford.

Benefit From The Ford F-150 Warranty Today

It's not hard to reap the rewards of the Ford F-150 warranty. All you have to do to ensure you get the most out of your coverage is take good care of your vehicle. Don't drive too aggressively and stay on top of the basic upkeep, and you shouldn't have any problems.

If you'd like to learn more about the Ford F-150 warranty (or its fine print), just pay a visit to Ray Price Stroud Ford. We're happy to explain things to all our valued Stroudsburg, Lehigh Valley, and Nazareth customers.

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