Why Genuine Ford Collision Parts Are The Right Choice
Original equipment standards
Ford Motor Company vehicles use more advanced high-strength steels, exotic metals and composite materials than ever before. They also include highly advanced crash avoidance and safety system technologies. These systems should be repaired using parts that can match the form, function, performance and safety level Ford engineers originally specified.
Genuine Ford Original Equipment (OE) collision replacement parts, sometimes referred to as (OEM) parts on the collision estimate, are designed and produced to the same specifications and tolerances as the parts on the vehicle when it was manufactured. They meet stringent requirements for fit, finish, structural integrity, corrosion protection and dent resistance. They are the only parts proven during the vehicle development process to deliver the intended level of protection as a whole system.
Using Genuine Ford OE Collision Parts for repairs helps keep your vehicle looking like new, which can help maintain its value. Using aftermarket, salvaged or reconditioned parts may decrease your resale value because of potential poor quality, fit, finish and appearance. If you are leasing your vehicle, be sure to check your lease agreement, since using Genuine Ford OE Collision Parts may be a requirement.
Genuine Ford OE Collision Parts are the only replacement parts warranted by Ford Motor Company. Damage to your vehicle or its parts caused by the failure of new aftermarket, salvaged or reconditioned parts may not be covered under your new-vehicle warranty.
When it comes to installing Genuine Ford OE Collision Parts after an accident, Ford or Lincoln Dealership Collision Repair Centers are equipped to meet your needs. They’ll have the most up-to-date knowledge about your vehicle and are committed to your complete satisfaction. If your dealership does not have a body shop, they will be able to provide you with a list of reputable shops in your area.
More Eco-Driving benefits
- Carbon dioxide, by around 7%
- Nitrous oxide, by around 26%
- Carbon monoxide, by around 800%
- Methane and hydrofluorocarbons
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