The turbo was a problem in the very early trucks, hence the upgrade. There also was a glow plug breakage problem but they have been sorted out by now. Motor and drivetrain are solid in all years.How about duarbility of motor or drivetrain? Not worried about more power.
If you’re going with the 11-16 models, definitely go with the 15 or 16. Research the 6.7 mods/changes that leads to these being the best of those years.May be in market for a 6.7 truck. Any years or certain things I need know? Stay away from? I would assume all pretty good. Hoping find 45-70 k miles truck.
Dang Dustin you sound really unhappy with your truck. Seen a few replies in different threads....Body's are crap on the Covid assembled ones I E 2020 and newer. Rust, corrosion, blown shocks, leaking seals, badly aligned body panels. The newest I'd get is a mid year 2019. After that the Kentucky union said ti he'll with quality and started turning out crap.
Unless you don't mind the issues I've mentioned. The trans is nice empty, downhill it sucks loaded ( it won't keep the rpms up for the exhaust brake), the motor has decent power. My turned up 6.4 will wax it in a race though.
I hear you 80k is a lot of money! Sucks the dealer is leaving you high and drySpending over $80,000 will do that to a person. My mistake was paying it off. If I only paid $30,000, I wouldn't be so torn up about it. Had I known I'd be buying an $80,000 rusty, truck with issues that the dealers refuse to fix right from the start, I'd have just saved the coin. I understand things happen, that is life, it is how Ford and their dealers handle the problems. The dealers around Waco....50 mile radius and Ford helped me decide to NEVER buy another Ford again. I've driven Fords since I was 12 years old...so 6 vehicles in 24 years. We have a KIa car, costs maybe $31,000 new, 4 years old now (2017) and zero issues. If Koreans can build good vehicles for $31,000, why can't Ford build its staple to be good without little questioning quality control for $49,000 more?