Beginning With the End In Mind
Electing WearCare at the beginning of your lease protects you from situations that may lead to Excess Wear and Tear charges.
WearCare ensures that once your lease is complete, you can move to focusing on your next Lincoln.
Any type of glass damage is considered excess wear, as it compromises safety.
Cracked or broken lenses are considered excess wear.
Four or more dents per panel (regardless of size), or any that are larger than 85.7mm × 57.2mm (3 3/8” × 2 1/4”) is considered excess wear.
Tread depth less than 3.2 mm (1/8 inch) except the outer grooves are considered excess wear.
Mismatched, bent, cracked or broken wheels, wheel covers or trim rings are considered excess wear.
Interior Burn Holes
Burn holes greater than 3.2mm (1/8 inch) are chargeable.
Interior Cuts and Tears
Cuts and tears that are greater than 12.7mm (1/2 inch) are chargeable.
Interior Permanent Stains
Stains greater than 12.7mm (1/2 inch) in diameter are chargeable.
Protection from Excess Wear and Tear, Defined.
Vehicles driven an average of 40,000 kilometres or less per year: All responsibility for excess wear and tear charges will be waived at scheduled lease-end, up to $7,500.
Vehicles driven an average in excess of 40,000 kilometres per year: Half of your responsibility for excess wear and tear charges will be waived at scheduled lease-end, up to $3,750.
Speak with your Lincoln Dealer to discuss the advantages of WearCare when you lease your next Lincoln.
Exclusions may apply. Current customers can refer to their WearCare Addendum for details. Lincoln Automotive Financial Services reserves the right to change specification, features and programs without notice and without incurring obligation.