Tip & Tricks for Purchasing your next Pre-Owned Vehicle

Purchasing a Pre-owned vehicle privately can be hard. The rules are different as the privates sales idividuals are not held to higher standards and may not give you the proper information. Here are some tips and tricks for purchasing a pre-owned vehicle privately. Always open the Doors and trunk to look for colour variation in the paint. This is a good indicator that your vehicle has been in an accident before.Tire wear and tread are very important. Make sure there is no cracks in the tires this indicates the tires have been weathered. Rust in the quarter pannels in manitoba will result in not being able to safety the vehicle.Always check your engine dip sticks and fluid levels to ensure they the right colour and right levels and there is very little burnt smell coming from them. Make sure all seatbelts retract all the way and latch properly.Ensure the vin on the drivers door matches the vin in the bottom drivers side coner of your windsheild.When test driving the vehicle turn off the…

Tire Protection Made Ease

When you buy your new or pre-owned vehicle tires are usually one of that last things that are important to you! You make sure they still have lots of wear left on them and then you focus on other important facts about the vehicle. But did you know buying new tires for a vehicle can cost up to $700.00 per tire depending on the brand you have. Plus if the rim gets damaged you have another $1000.00 or less depending on the rim style. Not to mention if you drive AWD you should technically replace all 4 tires so they are the same tread size. Which adds up extremely fast! When you have a flat you will be charged $60.00 to get it fixed. So What do we have to offer to help offseat these unexpected costs?

Tire & Rim Protection is by far the best thing that has ever made its way onto the market! After seeing the numbers above you know just how out of hand things can get! But with the Tire & Rim Plan you don't have to worry about those extra costs they take care of it for you.

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Understanding Extended Warranty

Ford has it's own Extended Warranty just like any other brand. We will be breaking down the Premium Care Extended Warranty Ford offers however other brand's warranty programs will be similar in comparison.

Most Vehicles come with 3 years or 60,000 km Bumper to Bumper Warranty that covers you on many aspects of your vehicle. However once you surpass this either in time or km you are now a high pay situation. So dealerships have come up with a way to save you money and worrying.  Warranty thats valid at all Ford or Lincoln dealers across Canada & US and transferrable at the end of your term.

Extended Service comes with Various Terms to suit your life style. From years of coverage to km coverage as well as deductables it's all able to be specially designed to suit you the driver. The longest coverage is 8 years or 200,000 km and the highest deductable is $200.00.

What does Extended Warranty Cover?
 Your extended warranty covers a vast majority of your vehicle including ove…

Service Maintance Plans

Many dealerships will have a Service Maintance Plan that you can purchase. The plans will cover the cost of your regular maintance of your vehicle. This is a great way to make small payment on something rather than pay a large lump sum of money all at once.

How it works:
When you purchase your vehicle you have the option of buying the service plan that day of purchase or financing it over the term of your purchase or lease. Following a Scheduled Maintenance plan you will be covered for a number of wear items. The Maintenance plan ensures that you have continuous warranty coverage throught ownership of your vehicle. The Cost of maintaining your vehicle is lower and you don't have to worry about your warranty being voided because you didn't have your maintenance done at the right time.  The Scheduled Maintenance Plan list to follow:

Change Engine Oil and replace Oil FilterInspect and Rotate TiresInspect Brake Pads/Shoes/Rotors/Drums, Brake Lines and Parking Brake SystemInspect Wh…