I wouldn't be happy about a motor failing at 108kWell... My 2016 4X4 2.7 liter XLT has 108,000 miles and is at the Ford dealership due to a cylinder #3 failure and now needs a new engine! This is setting us back for a refurb. engine at $10,650. I drove Toyota's for the past 20 years and got over 300K out of each of them. I'm very disappointed in the lack of longevity from the 2.7. I put 85K on this truck in the first 2 years, all highway miles and never towed with it. I loved the performance, ride and fuel economy and maintained the truck meticulously. Gave it to my son who has babied it up to the 108K. I now have a 2018 raptor that if Ford doesn't help me with some sort of compensation for a truck that has been on the road for 3.5 years, I will be trading the Raptor as well. The ball is in Ford's court to do the right thing, and I have many more trucks to buy in my lifetime!
And I definitely would be influenced by that in future purchases. But I can't imagine Ford would be willing to pay for any of it. Nor Ram, Chevy, or Toyota.
Isn't that almost double the warranty mileage?
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