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Just looking to see how long the 2007 style MKZ will last, mine has 144,000 and still drives like its new.

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Very good! I'm hoping my '09 will surpass that even. It's only at 33K right now.

 

My '98 Mustang GT is showing 199K.

 

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Just looking to see how long the 2007 style MKZ will last, mine has 144,000 and still drives like its new.

 

That's a lot of miles!  Excellent!

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My 2008 has 97,500 on it.  Still runs and looks like new.

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My 2008 has 97,500 on it.  Still runs and looks like new.

 

That's a lot of miles.  Do you travel a lot or ? ?

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I just picked it up used.  The two previous owners put a lot of highway miles on it, but it's still like brand new.

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I just picked it up used.  The two previous owners put a lot of highway miles on it, but it's still like brand new.

 

Highway are the best. My E350 has a ton of miles - all highway. I mean cross country: Nevada to Michigan.  Michigan to Florida.  Florida to Canada. . .and on and on.

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2012 MKZ with about 54K. 

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My '08 only has 54k on it. I'm happy to see those high mileage posts...I plan to keep mine for a long time. I typically keep a car until it has over 100k on it, and currently own a pickup with 185k. 

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My '08 only has 54k on it. I'm happy to see those high mileage posts...I plan to keep mine for a long time. I typically keep a car until it has over 100k on it, and currently own a pickup with 185k. 

 

I'm happy to see the high mileage posts too.  My E350 has about 125,000K.  I did have an F150 that had close to 200,000 ( a ton of highway miles though).

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Zero for me.  I'm still in the market for one!

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Interesting to see!

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2012...  42K on it.  Hopefully it will do as well as my 96 Thunderbird did,  263K when I stopped driving it.  Changed the oil every 3K.

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2013 MKZ with 3,806 miles :P

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*2012 MKZ with 3,806 miles. Love it!

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2007 MZK AWD

290,000 miles, runs great,

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My 2010 MKZ has 149,000--still runs like new! Used to have a 2002 F150 with 375,000 and drove great with no rust. Not mine anymore but has 425,000!

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My 2010 MKZ just turned 67,000; absolutely like new. I still have my 2000 Expedition with 154,000; like new as well still pulling my 27' travel trailer.

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I think the newer vehicles with fuel injection can expect to see a lot of miles. The key is to maintain them and to change oil frequently. I just sold an 03 Ford ZX2 that had 185,000 miles on it and I would not have hesitated to drive it coast to coast. My 07 MKZ has 64,000 on it and still feels like new.

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I have a 2008 MKZ with 180,000 miles. Has anyone flushed their transfer case?

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I have a 2008 MKZ with 180,000 miles. Has anyone flushed their transfer case?

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My 87' Taurus 3.0 has 492,000 and runs great!!

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My 2006 Zephyr has 219,000 and runs great. 

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