Owning and maintaining a car is no joke. Ford knows your pains, so starting this month, they will be lowering scheduled service maintenance costs, including parts and labor, with regular Ford scheduled service maintenance visits every six months or every 10,000 kilometers.
The new cost structure means the average cost of maintaining a Ford Ranger will go down by 15 percent. Ford Everest by 18 percent, and Ford EcoSport by 20 percent.
The new cost of ownership scope for scheduled service maintenance covers a service interval of twice a year and includes basic schedule maintenance components such as fully synthetic engine oil, oil filter, engine air filter, pollen filter, fuel filter, brake fluid, spark plugs, and gasket drain plug.
An additional average savings of 15 percent can be enjoyed by customers purchasing the pre-paid scheduled service plan (SSP) with a new Ford vehicle.