Not every pre-owned Ford vehicle becomes Ford Certified. First, a rigorous 172-point inspection must be conducted, with any found issues addressed by Ford Certified technicians, utilizing genuine Ford parts.
Once a pre-owned vehicle is Ford Certified, the vehicle is offered for sale with a new limited warranty coverage plan and 24-Hour Roadside Assistance. Learn more about Ford CPO vehicles and their many benefits by watching the video.
The 172-point inspection process that every Ford CPO vehicle must undergo includes a comprehensive review of the vehicle's history, as well as its mechanical, electrical, body, frame and other components. During the rigorous inspection, Ford Certified technicians will address the following and more:
Every Ford Certified Pre-Owned vehicle comes backed by a Comprehensive Limited Warranty Coverage for 12 months/12,000 miles*, covering more than 1000 components; this warranty coverage is often referred to as bumper-to-bumper coverage. A Powertrain Limited Warranty Coverage is also included with every Ford CPO, providing seven years or 100,000 miles* of warranty protection of the engine, transmission and other drive components.
Beyond the comprehensive limited warranty coverage that comes with every Ford CPO vehicle, drivers will also experience peace of mind, courtesy of the complimentary 24-Hour Roadside Assistance. If you ever need a jump start, run out of gas or get a flat tire, your Ford CPO vehicle's 24-Hour Roadside Assistance will come in handy. Towing assistance and rental car reimbursement are also included; related travel and destination expenses may even qualify for reimbursement.
To become Ford Certified, a pre-owned Ford vehicle must be than six years old from the latest model year and have fewer than 80,000 miles on the odometer. Plus, the car's CARFAX® Vehicle History Report™ is reviewed and included when the vehicle is offered for sale. Vehicles must possess a clean title and have all open recalls performed before becoming Ford Certified.
Keep in mind that regular used vehicles do not come with the following benefits of the Ford CPO program:
*DISCLAIMER: See your dealer for warranty coverage details.