When I switch to something different I usually weigh the pros and cons.Hard to compare the one ton trucks to a half ton isn’t it? They are totally different
Truck is nice. I like driving the truck. Lots I like about it.What don't you like? Dad has a 2015 that I've only drove a handful of times and it sure seems pretty nice to me. Lariat crew 4x4 with 5.0. Its got power.
Actually my wife got a Yukon this summer, has a 6.2. Switched from Ford there also, her last couple out of a handful of expiditions was a nightmare.If it's got a 6.2 GM you might be disappointed
Now that you mention the clunk thing he has it at the dealer for something similar, I could never hear what he was talking about as it all seemed quiet to me but most of the time I drive my 95 7.3 which bangs, shakes, rattles, clunks, vibrates, shimmies and just makes a lot of noise.Truck is nice. I like driving the truck. Lots I like about it.
The transmission and four wheel drive clunk quite a bit seems to be getting worse. I can not get it to do it consistently so hard to pinpoint why it's doing it. Curious if others notice. The auto 4wd never seems to disengage. Rain sensing wipers seem erratic. The key fobs lock unlock seem erratic as well.
I change my own oil. The belly pan underneath is a pain. I left the back half off this time. Since I broke the first $5 plastic oil plug I quite like it now for changing oil.
Had a 2016 expidition ecoboost, drove it for around 100,000 km, average was always 15liter/100km. Now have about 15,000 km on a GMC Yukon with 6.2L, the average is 12liter/100km. That’s both hiway, city etc average.I hate the eco. Oil changes are a nightmare and 1100 dollar bill for spark plugs because of misfire at 110000km is stupid. Only good point of eco is fuel mileage.
That would drive me insane. How long do you have to be stopped for it to shut down and is there any lag when going from shut down to on throttle?And...permanent elimination of that incredibly fucking annoying auto engine shutoff at stop lights!
I thought you could turn it off permanently in settings, temporarily on the dash. I like it. The other thing I like is the cab fan slows speed when your on the phone.In the last 23 months I’ve put 62,000 on a 17 and just hit 70,000 on an 18 with my F-150 Limited glorified grocery haulers. Although they do pull MacDon headers occassionly.
Both had the left license plate light fail, gravel rash, the 18 added an electronic module for passenger seat massage control.
That’s it, all the warranty and trouble.
Not sure the 19 will show by Christmas, it’s serialed, be interesting how the 450 hp/510 torque Raptor engined Limited performs.
Guess that says I buy another, doesn’t help when daughter works at a dealer.
First world issues but here is what I’d program different:
ALL normal night lights on all the time when driving
Setting for driving mode be remembered on power cycle
Eliminate cruise on/off switch
Be able to program your own tire pressure alarms
Rear door handles also be touch sensitive unlock
And...permanent elimination of that incredibly fucking annoying auto engine shutoff at stop lights!
My favorite feature is adaptive cruise down to zero.
Lol, my girlfriend Laura often says that, I point out driving her insane isn’t much much of a drive.That would drive me insane. How long do you have to be stopped for it to shut down and is there any lag when going from shut down to on throttle?
I have a hard time believing that it is good for an engine to turn on/off constantly instead of idling.