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I'm out, just a newbe with only 17,700 miles on an '18 but on the facebook sites I see some impressive figures. One reports 97K and just deleted it last week with no issues to date. Another replaced the starter at 41K, another did 82kms in one year. A few problems are mentioned, such as air conditioning, minor oil leaks and such. The biggest issues reported are if a part is needed for repair the truck is parked. Ford's parts network is broken.
 

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I'm out also = Just flipped 26K miles and barely broke 6K this year due to COVID-19 and doubt I will break 8K in 2021.

If you are putting that kind of mileage a year, I think an F150 Diesel is the right vehicle for you. In addition to the terrific highway MPG, my 2018 Platinum with all of the bells and whistles is the nicest driving F150 I have ever driven, having owned 2010 and 2015 Platinums also.

Ford added some "quality-of-life" interior options in the redesigned 2021 model including:
  • Lie-flat driver's side seat
  • Speakers in headrest
  • Folding gearshift lever
  • Interior work surface
  • 12" center LCD screen (too big IMHO)
along with larger power generator/inverter options for on-site power for contractors.

Since above was your first post here to the forums, let me welcome you here and ask you to introduce yourself over in the New Member Introductions sub-forum.

BTW - nice looking pooches in your profile pic!
 

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I'm out also = Just flipped 26K miles and barely broke 6K this year due to COVID-19 and doubt I will break 8K in 2021.

If you are putting that kind of mileage a year, I think an F150 Diesel is the right vehicle for you. In addition to the terrific highway MPG, my 2018 Platinum with all of the bells and whistles is the nicest driving F150 I have ever driven, having owned 2010 and 2015 Platinums also.

Ford added some "quality-of-life" interior options in the redesigned 2021 model including:
  • Lie-flat driver's side seat
  • Speakers in headrest
  • Folding gearshift lever
  • Interior work surface
  • 12" center LCD screen (too big IMHO)
along with larger power generator/inverter options for on-site power for contractors.

Since above was your first post here to the forums, let me welcome you here and ask you to introduce yourself over in the New Member Introductions sub-forum.

BTW - nice looking pooches in your profile pic!
Good to know. Thanks, they're German Pinschers and they're awesome.
 

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Guy on Facebook has one with 150k on it.
 
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