Anyone have any suggestions good or bad on the $100 tire rebate from Ford, i'm in dire need of some skins and when escape was in for inspection it barely passed the tire and i seen the rebate. It shows Goodyear, Continental, Pirelli, Yokahama, & Hankook for the $100 rebate. Michelin, Bf Goodrich, and General you get $60 rebate. Thanks in advance.
Uh, $100 rebate? How much are the tires? Who buys tires at a dealerr?
The dealerr around here wants $14 for a spark plug & twenty-eight bucks for a pcv valvee.
I shudder to think how much dough they want for tires. Ya never know, though, I guess.
I put BF Goodrich Radial T/A P225/70-R15 tires on my Escape last year. I like 'em.
The price was just under $450, including a road hazard warranty, but I have 15" rims (smaller tires might be cheaper).
2002 Escape XLS 2.0L I4 5MT ~106,000 miles. Well maintained, not driven much, but still needs a repair every 4-6 months.
You might be surprised at how competitive Ford dealers are on tire prices. I bought my most recent set for my Mustang from a Ford dealer and the price was competitive. No one gets a better price from the manufacturer than the automakers and phone calls are cheap.
The dealer actually beat the best tire place near me and i get to send in for the $100 rebate, and $30 less for alignment. I went with the Hankook atm tire, man what a nice aggressive tread pattern on them.
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