For a 2010-2012 is 150,000 miles too much, or just getting started?

07navi

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I live up at 7000 ft in NM and need 4x4, the Navigator can tow as well so the comfort and luxuries put it at the top of my list. The 2010 seems to be the target on price, but that whole generation is pretty cool.
Those turbos aren't affected much by altitude too.
 

BobNM

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I think the 3.5 EB engine is awesome. The budget won't support anything that new. The fact I found so many high milers doing well gave me the impulse to consider the 07-12 models. I can drive one from 130 to 200 plus and have no payments. In the current climate that is our best look right now. If I pick the right 7 numbers in the lottery I'd go 2020. LOL!
 

07navi

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I think the 3.5 EB engine is awesome. The budget won't support anything that new. The fact I found so many high milers doing well gave me the impulse to consider the 07-12 models. I can drive one from 130 to 200 plus and have no payments. In the current climate that is our best look right now. If I pick the right 7 numbers in the lottery I'd go 2020. LOL!
I just got an 07 and it runs like a top and one of the best cars I ever owned out of about 50.
 

jasontorian

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Newbie looking at a few in my part of the country (SW-USA) . 150K 2010 that I like, but don't know what to look out for, what to check besides codes. Any advice? thanks!
rust in the 1/4's
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G-450759

I know the ecoboost is a great motor. Its just a li'l higher priced that what I am trying for. I lost out on a 2013 to someone willing to pay $16k for it. I was not. The search continues.
 
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