40450 – VEHICLES (Including Alternate Fuel Passenger Cars,
AWARD PAGE 69
Sport Utility Vehicles, Passenger and Cargo Vans & Pickups) (2010 Model Year & Newer) (Statewide)
BASIC WARRANTY: See “Warranties” in Appendix B, OGS General Specifications. Normal wear and tear items will be warranted in accordance with Manufacturer’s Standard Warranty. The contractor shall warrant the vehicle and furnished equipment against parts failure or malfunction due to design, construction or installation errors, defective workmanship, and missing or incorrect parts. Where accessories are to be supplied, they must be compatible with the rest of the product. The manufacturer’s standard warranty will apply. Warranties shall be honored by all the manufacturer's dealers in New York State. The warranty period for all coverage shall begin on the daDte vehicle is accepted or put in service, whichever occurs last. Where cars develop chronic failures during the warranty period, contractor shall extend the warranty period for an equal period of time following correction of such failures, as indicated in the original warranty.
OPERATORS MANUAL: The contractor shall furnish one operator’s manual with each vehicle.
MOTOR VEHICLE REGULATIONS: Each vehicle delivered shall comply with all applicable laws and regulations of the New York State and the Federal Government in effect on the date of manufacture.
ADVERTISING: Any contractor advertisements, promotional literature and/or contract description(s) of contract awards must be reviewed and approved by the Office of General Services, Procurement Services Group prior to issuance. Contractor may not advertise its name on the vehicle.
EMISSIONS CONTROLS: Vehicles and engines shall comply with all applicable Federal, State and Local laws and regulations in effect on the date of manufacture.
AVAILABILITY: Vehicles may be sold from existing stock if they are in compliance with the contract specifications and pricing. In no way should options be added to these vehicles without the consent of the ordering entity. In all cases option pricing should be in accordance with contract requirements. Contractors should not pre-order vehicles for the contract with options or option packages not typically purchased under this contract. Contract users are encouraged to contact the Office of General Services, Procurement Services Group if they are being asked to purchase elaborately optioned vehicles from pre-existing stock in lieu of normal contract vehicles. The State may permit the substitution of a new replacement model or a new replacement product line if the model series or the product line originally awarded becomes unavailable, is discontinued, replaced, etc. by the OEM. The contract price factor will continue to be applied to the MSRP for the replacement.
RECALLS: The contractor must immediately notify the Office of General Services, Procurement Services Group of any recalls pertaining to contract vehicles.
FORD FIN CODE NUMBER: Ford Motor Company FIN Code Number: New York State and Ford Motor Company have reached an understanding regarding Ford’s FIN Code requirements. For further information, please contact Don Cobb, Government Account Manager (NE), Ford Motor Company at (860) 647-0099.