I don’t do much stop and go but i live in the Rockies and there is pretty much a 7% grade in any direction from my house. I have about 9k miles towing of the total 77k i have now.72k miles and still brakes left? 200K on the front set ... WOW!
My fronts were gone at 50K, my rears at 75K. Granted it is in stop and go traffic ~1.5 hours a day, tows a trailer, has weight in the bed regularly and does steep grades relatively often.
The miles folks are getting out these ecoboosts are awesome and give me hope that mine will last a very long time. I am only at 85K in 3.5 years ...
I've seen a couple of fellas with odometer pics over 200,000 on the Facebook page.Does anyone know of any 2.7L Eco boosts with high mileage? I have a 2018 F150 with the 2.7l and the 10 speed transmission, no problems so far but I'm only at 22,000 miles. Hoping it will last me 15-20 years
I'm at 101K miles. I've found several 2.7 F150's with well over 200K miles at used car dealers. Like this one...Does anyone know of any 2.7L Eco boosts with high mileage? I have a 2018 F150 with the 2.7l and the 10 speed transmission, no problems so far but I'm only at 22,000 miles. Hoping it will last me 15-20 years
|Body Style||Crew Cab Pickup|
|Engine||2.7L V6 24V GDI DOHC Twin Turbo|
read this threadCouldn't find brand of oil used. Anybody know the brand? Full synthetic or conventional or mix? Approaching 100k on my 2013 xlt. Had to replace exhaust manifold studs due to warping and breaking.
I know the feeling. 59K on the clock of my 2013. I run my 98 S10 with 360K on it around town and my 96 7.3 for long commutes monthly (1500 miles round trip). The 2013 eb still feels new to me.I bought a commuter vehicle and I love crawling into my 2013 with 52K on the clock and it still feels new. Also nice getting 26mpg in town with a 1991 Olds Cutlass Calais is a great perk.