Discussion in 'Stock 2011 - 2019 Ford Explorer Discussion' started by blwnsmoke, December 4, 2017.
Thanks for the info guys! I will do the Batt myself and save some money.
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Does Joel also offer Lease Coverage for Wear and Tear on new Explorers?
There is nothing that does wear and tear unless you buy a maintenance plan. But he does do the ESP for leases.
I found there is a WearCare policy; https://www.ford.com/finance/conten...FMCC01262_FMCK1940000A_WC_Brochure_R05(1).pdf
Well crap, I've never heard of that before. It says it must be done at time of lease so I assume Joel can not.
ESP on a 36 month lease I would say doesn't pay - everything should be covered under the standard warranty. Thanks for checking
Thanks Peter - I have to check and see what pricing I can get with the Ford Finance Plan
WearCare where did that come from?.........this is the first I have ever heard of it.
Might be worthwhile if you're keeping your vehicle for a long time.
I believe WearCare is a policy against damage charges at lease termination. Door dings, bald tires, etc.
Wear Care is Ford Finance.
Ok I get it....its just a lease thing instead of ESP for a purchase
Joel got me covered on my new 2017 Explorer XLT. $1800 for 7 years, 125, $50 deductible is really an unbeatable price for getting a longer warranty on my first Ford purchase (I'm a Nissan guy but my wife loved the explorer).
Thanks again Joel.
Welcome to the Forum Ben.
Glad to hear that you're happy with the deal.
Now all you have to do is update your profile.
I currently have the ESP on my 2012. It is due to run out at the end of this year. I would like to continue it to some degree. Would Joel be able to help out on that?
Yes, as long as you are still under an ESP, you can buy 1 more to extend. It is what I did with my 2011. I went another 3yr/36k so covered for a total of 9 years and 156,000 miles.
ahhh..the prices are fixed here in Florida because they are considered insurance products.