Question about 2000 Ford Expedition
If the engines of today are properly maintained, they are probably good for 200k+ miles (330k)..
Obviously, you'll want to do your homework on any vehicle that much "mileage" on it. Assuming it is a 5.4L in there, the one thing about the engine that you should know is that there have been issues with some of those model years blowing out spark plugs from the cylinder head due to a poor design.
Of course, you can probably read enough horror stories on any vehicle and any engine that will make you want to invest in a Schwinn or a Huffy... so go with your gut. If it looks good, mechanically checks out, you feel like the seller is being honest about it, and the price is right... go for it. Especially if you're in a situation where this is going to be a secondary vehicle that you're going to drive 10,000k - 15,000k/year.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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