Last year, Ford launched a new product called Blue Advantage. This is really a Certificate of former owner The program promises one of the largest selections of certifications Fords used, but that’s not limited to Ford products, but aims to offer a variety of used car shopping services similar to those at retailers like CarMax and Carvana. Buyers can test drive it from their home, the car is sold at a guaranteed price and comes with it insurance and roadside assistance. The program also offers a four-day, 200-mile return policy for unsatisfied customers. Ford says only one percent of buyers bring their vehicles back, but the automaker is improving the testing phase. CarsDirect report it’s in february first, 2022 buyers will have 14 days or 1,000 miles to return the vehicle if seller have opted in to the extended program.
As with every warranty, it pays to note the details. For comparison, a year ago, CarMax extended its return policy to 30 days or 1,500 miles. Carvana offers the same seven-day policy as Ford, but new owners can only drive 400 miles. If a shopper transactions in a car when purchased new with CarMax and Carvana, then return the vehicle just purchased, CarMax and Carvana will return the exchange to the buyer. Ford’s Blue Advantage does not have to do this – returns are at the discretion of the dealer. And of course, the car needs to be returned in new condition, otherwise the test driver will be out of pocket for damage.
Synthetic engine are also participating old car action with a new service called CarBravo. However, since it’s still in the launch phase, we don’t have all the details about the trial period and how CarBravo’s return policy will work.
If nothing else, with used cars continually setting new records for average transaction prices, the upgraded Blue Advantage program expands the safety net during the extended trial by even more. several hundred thousand vehicle options.