Meanwhile spooners ute is now on 300000km because he went for a drive to find the original topic
Haha the opposite of what happened to me. Loved Fords, Really wanted a Ranger, Did everything to it for it to turn into a lemon soon as it was out of warranty and now i own a toyota haha.I'm saying nothing, don't want to jinx it haha. I am probably a good add for them. I didn't want a ford, I don't particularly like fords, I have not given it a lot of love, but credit where it's due, it just keeps doing the business which is a whole lot more than I can say for other brands we have in our work fleet at present.
Our 3 rangers are 6 yo, 150,000 km or thereabouts as well. Still going strong.Mate you gotta be happy with that when you hear of some of the horror stories some people have with their vehicles.
I have just hit 220,000 in my cruiser and have developed a bit of a turbo whistle, spoke to mechanic today and he said it might just be a loose hose fitment, fingers crossed there are no problems. Booked in for a check next week
Yeah Matt, so the excuses have already started to justify the next spend:Nice one Rick, gotta love reliability like that, in reference to another thread, that I just posted LR details in, sorry, I will not be keeping my Disco 4 for that long, when it hits 150,000 and its going to be moved on, you have to know a cars limitations
No way, I know better than to buy the first of a new model from any brand, especially LRYeah Matt, so the excuses have already started to justify the next spend:
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