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11.05.2016
Lorrie Pittman was washing her Ford Escape in May when she noticed the paint starting to flake off a rear tire well.
She says the problem soon started to spread to the hood, the hatchback door and the other rear tire wells. Pittman says she called the Ford dealership in Corner Brook looking for help, but was told she was over the 60,000-kilometre limit and her warranty had expired. According to Pittman, the dealership told her at the time there was nothing they could do for her.
She started to think the rocks and rough driving conditions on Route 430, the Northern Peninsula highway, must have been part of the reason why the paint had begun to peel and rust.
But then Pittman saw a CBC News story from Winnipeg in September featuring a number of concerned customers in Manitoba with the exact same problem.
To date, nearly 100 Ford owners across the country have contacted the CBC News I-Team in Winnipeg about flaking paint on their vehicles.


He claims the Ford paint is too thin and the flaking and peeling has nothing to do with the environment. Once Pittman realized she wasn't the only one with the problem, she drove nearly 200 kilometers to the nearest Ford dealership, in Corner Brook.
She says the dealership took pictures of the peeling paint and sent them off to Ford Canada. The paint is peeling off Lorrie Pittman's 2012 Ford Escape a€” and, a CBC News investigation has found, dozens of other Ford vehicles across Canada. Pittman says the company offered to pay $500 towards a new paint job a€” roughly half the cost. And she thinks that should happen before winter sets in, and more rust builds up on her Ford Escape. By submitting a comment, you accept that CBC has the right to reproduce and publish that comment in whole or in part, in any manner CBC chooses.


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