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Ford Announces 2003-Model-Year Fleet Commercial Account Program

June 11, 2002

Ford announced the 2003 Model Year Fleet Commercial Account Program (formerly the ’02 Model Year Upfit Reimbursement Program). Options available under the Fleet Commercial Account Program:Ford fleet E-Series van customers can select one of the following options at no-charge: No-Charge Power Group (option codes 43P + 62P, includes power locks and windows), a savings of $530 MSRP. NOTE: If a customer selects Power Group with Racks & Bins or EconoCargo, the customer will be charged for the Power Group, which is the less expensive option. Or: No-Charge Racks & Bins Package (option code 31G) valued at $1,900.Or: No-Charge EconoCargo Package (option code 31B) worth $1,700.Eligibility: Customers must have a valid end-user Fleet Identification Number (FIN). 2003 Model Year units. No-Charge Power Group, No-Charge Racks & Bins and No-Charge EconoCargo will be available for the entire model year. Customers opting for an Upfit Reimbursement for '03 MY will now claim under the Ford Divi-sion Ford Truck Commercial Connection (FTCC) Program. FTCC program specifics will be an-nounced at a later date. — Upfit Reimbursement is not compatible with No Charge Power Group or No Charge Racks & Bins or No Charge EconoCargo. — Upfit Reimbursement only compatible with 56M. — Eligible vehicles for Upfit Reimbursement include: Windstar, Ranger, F-150, F-Super Duty, E-Series van and cutaway.
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