Lincoln makes Pickup & Delivery service complementary, offers payment deferment
Lincoln is offering their customers peace of mind when it comes to their vehicle during the coronavirus pandemic. The company has made several of their services complementary and is allowing payment deferment options.
In an effort to minimize direct contact between humans, the company is offering Lincoln Pickup & Delivery to "clients for any service they need." That comes with a caveat. Here's the fine print the automaker offers for reference:
"Lincoln Pickup & Delivery Service is available for all 2017 model year and newer Lincoln vehicles with the 4-year/50,000 mile New Vehicle Limited Warranty. Owners of 2016 and prior model year vehicles and other vehicles not covered by the New Vehicle Limited Warranty may contact your preferred dealer for related cost and other important details. Mileage limitations may apply."
The company has also enhanced cleaning procedures for all Lincoln Loaner vehicles and the owner's vehicle while it's being serviced.
Additionally, Lincoln Automotive Financial Services is offering qualified buyers an opportunity to defer their first payment up to 120 days when purchasing a new Lincoln. This does not apply toward leases and is only available for qualified buyers. Payment deferrals not available in Pennsylvania, unless zero percent APR.
Existing Lincoln owners in the U.S. affected by COVID-19 who purchased or are leasing a Lincoln vehicle are encouraged to contact Lincoln Automotive Financial Services to discuss options if they are having payment difficulty.
Remote purchasing options are available at participating dealers.