What is the Lincoln warranty on tires?

Tire defects in factory-supplied material or workmanship issues and concerns are covered under the New Vehicle Limited Warranty (NVLW).


  • You should expect tires to wear down over time, as tires are a wear-and-tear item.
  • NVLW covers manufacturer's defects, not worn items. 
  • The vehicle must be within 4 years from the Warranty Start Date.

The NVLW covers tire defects in factory-supplied material or quality for 100% of labor costs and on a pro-rata adjustment basis for parts.

For vehicles within the NVLW time in service coverage period, defective tires will be replaced on a pro-rata adjustment basis according to the following mileage-based Reimbursement Schedule:

Miles DrivenPercentage Covered by Ford

Note: The tire manufacturer may also provide you with a separate tire warranty that extends beyond the NVLW coverage. A copy of your Tire Warranty is provided in the glovebox at the time of purchase and is also available online with your Owner's Manual information.

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