- February 22, 2018
- Reaction score
- City, State
- Valencia, Ca
- Year, Model & Trim Level
- 2014 Explorer Sport
A Ford ESP starts on the 'In Service' date of your Explorer. Buying a 4 year/60k will only extend the factory warranty by 1 year/24k miles. I lease my vehicles for 3-4 years and will get a 4 year ESP on the longer lease to cover the extra year. I think the exception is if you buy the ESP AFTER your factory warranty has expired because then it is considered a 'pre-owned' vehicle and the rate will be higher.
Hmmm..... I purchased the vehicle used (private party) at 72k miles with premium care ESP up to 75k miles (just had to pay $100 transfer fee). Before it expired, I extended that same premium care plan for an additional 4 yrs/60k. The premium care covers quite a bit from the research I’ve done.
Do you think I’m ok as far as coverage or should I look into something else? I’m still within time to at least change the coverage I believe (not sure though now that there has been a claim with the water pump).