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Lincoln Dealers To Offer 14-Day Money Back Guarantee On CPO Vehicles

Lincoln dealers have performed rather well in terms of loyalty and customer service in recent studies, even amidst numerous supply chain-related challenges. Regardless, a general lack of inventory has driven demand for certified pre-owned (CPO) vehicles through the proverbial roof, spawning new competition and prompting Ford to offer its customers a 14-day, 1,000-mile money-back guarantee from the date of sale for those that are not satisfied with their CPO purchase starting this past February. Now, according to a dealer letter recently seen by Cars Direct, Lincoln dealers will soon be offering the same sort of guarantee, too.

Lincoln Corsair GT

“Lincoln continuously looks for ways to improve on the Effortless Purchase experience, meeting our luxury clients’ expectations, on their terms,” the letter reads. “Providing luxury clients with peace of mind with a Money Back Guarantee is an enhanced client benefit to the Lincoln Certified Pre-Owned program.”

This money back guarantee is slated to begin on August 29th, and will include a 14-day, 1,000-mile money-back guarantee on all CPO  vehicles that are sold at participating Lincoln retailers. Lincoln dealers will be able to opt-out of the money-back guarantee policy, however, and there is some fine print that customers will want to be aware of as well. Most notably, if customers trade in their existing vehicle for a CPO vehicle, the dealer isn’t required to return the trade-in along with the money back guarantee, and customers are responsible for any negative equity that results from the return.

While Ford’s initial pilot program for this money back guarantee found that less than one perfect of customers actually return their CPO purchase, it helped drive sales and improve customer satisfaction, while also providing shoppers with a little extra peace of mind after making a purchase.

We’ll have more on Lincoln dealers soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Lincoln news and ongoing Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Ray Butler

    When can we order a 2023 Lincoln Nautlis.?

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  2. Kenny D

    You can HAVE EM!!!! We Have Been to one LINCOLN DEALER to try to Upgrade our EDGE, (Which is “MINT”) condition. We were treated Like DOG DUNG??? We Left that Up Scale “LINCOLN” Dealer, and will NEVER STEP FOOT IN ANOTHER!!!!! Worst Treatment of a FoMoCo Repeated / Return Customer….. Asta La Vista LINCOLN, and we Won’t be Back!!! If YOU don’t take care of the customer….. Some one else will!!!! I D I O T S!!!

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  3. Roland Laurita

    I had similar experience in ft Meyers fl Galloway Lincoln

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  4. Patrick Combs

    Looking for a Transit. When you tell them that you will not pay over MSRP they drop you like a rock. They will not give you the time of day. I have owned 5 eco line’s starting 1976 6 Grand Marquis starting with 1987 3 Lincoln town cars starting 1993 I am currently driving a 2006 and I love it 170000 miles. Oh ya a 2013 Flex. Joe Cotten Ford Carol Stream Illinois

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