The Dream Builder Advantage (“DBA”) Program with Exchange New Car Sales (“ENCS”) is setup to help you save money—specifically for a new vehicle. This program was put in place with the intentions on you purchasing a vehicle through ENCS rather than going Stateside and 1) getting a better deal or 2) the exact car you want whether it be used or a vehicle they don’t offer. [Read more…]
The $340 “Road Hazard Tire and Wheel Protection” package that you’re duped into purchasing your vehicle is described as:
5 Years/ 50,000 Miles. $0 Deductible.Coverage in the USA and Canada.
Now, supposing you bought the cheapest vehicle at Exchange New Car Sales (“ENCS”) has to offer; the Ford Fiesta S, it comes with a treadwear of 260. What does this mean to you? Your tires can last you anywhere from 35,000 miles to 80,000 miles with proper inflation, rotation and in normal driving conditions. That is an average of 57,500 that your tires are supposed to last. [Read more…]
ENCS doesn’t like the term “Extended Warranty”… Oops, did I say Extended Warranty? I mean’t to say “Owner’s Protection Plan”.
Brand new automobiles include some sort of automobile warranty, also known as a factory warranty. The Dodge vehicles are engineered and distributed by Chrysler, LLC. For that reason, Dodge trucks and cars include identical warranties as additional Chrysler items, such as Chrysler and Jeep vehicles.
Most new Ford vehicles come with the company’s standard “bumper-to-bumper” warranty. This warranty expires three years after the sale date of the new vehicle, or when the vehicle has been driven 36,000 miles (whichever comes first). Under the bumper-to-bumper warranty, Ford vehicles can be repaired free of charge at authorized repair centers, which includes most dealerships. New Ford vehicles are also covered by a five-year/60,000-mile powertrain warranty, which applies to the engine, transmission and other driveline components of the vehicle.