The news follows the myFord plan's launch in July last year, designed to offer buyers the security of a fixed price for the regular servicing of their new car.
Buyers of the FG MkII Falcon EcoBoost can be assured that a minor logbook service (15,000, 30,000, 60,000, 75,000 or 105,000 km) at a Ford dealer will cost $240, including 12 months of myFord Roadside Assistance - which normally costs $90 on its own.
A minor logbook service for the Kuga TE 2.5-litre turbo (15,000, 30,000, 45,000, 90,000 or 105,000km), will cost a maximum of $375, including the same 12 months roadside assistance.
myFord Capped Price Servicingis available on all Ford vehicles built from 2007 and up to six years or 105,000km – whichever occurs first.
Service pricing for other Ford models, and further details, can be found at www.ford.com.au/myfordcps.
- Fiesta – WQ, WS, WT
- Focus – LS, LT, LV, LVII
- Mondeo – MA, MB, MC
- Falcon – BF, BF FPV, BF MkII, BF MkII FPV, BF MkIII, FG, FG FPV, FG MkII
- Escape – ZD, ZC
- Econovan - JH
- Kuga - TE
- Territory – SY, SY F6X, SY MkII, SZ
- Ranger – PJ, PK, PX
- Transit – VM
Buyers can find out more about the myFord Capped Price Servicing by contacting their local Ford dealership.
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